It’s Time to Silence the Gossip

When I compare my high school experience to the movies about high school, the two have drastic differences except for one thing; gossip is still alive and well.

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Advice for Casting your First Votes

Voting is described as “morally obligatory” – that’s pretty serious.

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What God Showed Me Through My Summer Job

God showed me His glory in unexpected ways through my summer job. If I didn’t pay attention or surrender my work to Him, I would’ve missed it.

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You Are More Beautiful Than Your Selfie: How to Overcome Vanity

One afternoon, my younger brother took a picture of the two of us. When I saw it I asked him to delete it because I looked “fat.”

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Here’s What You Can Do When Someone Asks You for Money: 8 Practical Tips

I knew he was asking for money, but I said “No, I’m sorry” and kept walking.

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The Lion is Not Safe

He is not safe… but he is good. The way those words encapsulate the mystery of God’s love is so powerful to me.

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You’re Probably Not Called to be Catholic Famous

In my time of being surrounded by enthusiastic, holy, faithful, young Catholics I’ve observed that many of us have this desire to be famous in our Catholic world.

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3 Benefits of Being Vulnerable

Still, it can be difficult to see why being vulnerable is a good idea. Sometimes, it seems downright foolish. But it isn’t for nothing; it’s for love.

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Sometimes You’re Not the Smartest Person in the Room

If you had asked high school me to describe herself, I can guarantee you she would not have said disobedient.

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The Dilemma of Dating While Discerning

With a religious vocation so heavy on your heart and mind, how could you give either discernment the attention it needs or deserves?

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