It’s Time to Stop Complaining About the Friend Zone

I think, as Catholic men, we need to do away with the idea of a ‘friend zone,’ and here is why:

It disrespects our Christian sisters.

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I Am Not Depression.

I am not depression. I am the son of the King. Even in darkness, He carries me.

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Breaking the Silence: 5 Tips for Confessing Porn

Maybe it was the first time in a long time, maybe it was the 100th time this past month. You know what you need to do – you’ve got to get to confession.

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When To Lose Your Chill

Some of those were positive ways, but many of us deal with anger by just pushing it down inside of us or ignoring it.

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Feed Your Drama to a Llama

If you’ve ever found yourself saying, “I can’t wait until _____; I’m tired of all the drama of the people I’m around now,” or something like it – I have really earth-shattering news:

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Everything You Know About Christmas is Wrong (Kind of)

How well do you know the details of the Christmas story? Time to separate the fact from the fiction, the donkeys from the kings, the innkeepers from the… well, non-inn keepers.

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Hope in Darkness: The Tension of Jesus’ Birth in a Violent World

These events remind us how fragile life is and how vulnerable we are. They frighten us. They leave us asking, “What is going on, Lord? Can’t you come and make this right? Can’t you come and fix this now? What are you waiting for?”

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I Was a Christmas Brat

“You got me the wrong gift! That wasn’t what I wanted!” I cried.

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The Swing

Suddenly, a realization hit me: I’m pretty grumpy. I am really worried. I’m overwhelmed by anxiety right now.

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At the Foot of the Cross

The past becomes our present, and at Mass we look forward to the great wedding feast in heaven.

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