Free From Fear: Reacting to Global Violence

As a Catholic, how should I respond? How can I help see good in this? How can I help be good in this?

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Faith on the Field: Interview with Vanderbilt Kicker Tommy Openshaw

Look for Tommy Openshaw on a Saturday night, and you’ll find him under stadium lights, kicking for Vanderbilt’s football team. Check again on Sunday, however, and you’ll find him at Benton Chapel, joining Vanderbilt’s Catholic community for Mass.

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When I am Weak, Then I am Strong

When I was a kid, I once took my RipStik out for a cruise around the neighborhood. I was feeling brazen, so I headed down a hill quite confidently…until I hit a rock and went flying. If only I had learned my lesson then. But instead…this summer I got into […]

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How Can We Not Talk About Family?

Every Catholic that has ever lived — today or thousands of years ago, here or across the globe — is connected to us.

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Modern Day Sainthood

God doesn’t want you to ditch your love for rapping, or skateboarding, or dancing, or whatever it is that brings you joy.

He wants to use it.

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Worship: An Extraordinary Affair

Anywhere with the Body of Christ is a heavenly dwelling place, a face-to-face encounter with our love. My Church, our faith is something extraordinary. Let us never make it ordinary.

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See You in the Eucharist… No, Really.

For that hour of worship, the Church celebrates as one family. We stand eternally united and infinitely treasured, closer than ever before.

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Keeping Faith During Finals Week

“God will still love me, even if I fail this test.” I’ve said these words often, especially every time a Chemistry test comes my way.

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Translating God’s Love

God reveals His love for us in incredible ways. Sometimes, it’s through the words we hear: a homily at Mass that makes us feel like God Himself has taken over the mic to speak individually to us, or a talk that says exactly what we need to hear, exactly when […]

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Lent: 40 Mini-Crucifixions

Lent is a time to remember Jesus’ 40 days of temptation in the desert, to place ourselves in His shoes, and to realize that each temptation we face over these next 40 days is a dying to oneself. Each temptation is a mini crucifixion that, although painful, leads us one step closer to the glory of Resurrection.

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