What St. Michael Teaches Us About the Body

What St. Michael Teaches Us About the Body

September 29 is the Feast of the Archangels, but this day has also traditionally been called “Michaelmas,” and has a long history of religious and harvest celebrations connected to it (start looking up those Goose recipes!). The traditional story of St. Michael as the...
The Body and Your Spiritual Life

The Body and Your Spiritual Life

If you’ve been a Catholic for longer than five minutes, you probably take for granted terms like the “spiritual life,” or “spirituality.” A close friend might have asked you recently: “How has your spiritual life been going?” And perhaps you have a “spiritual...
Receiving Knowledge of Christ

Receiving Knowledge of Christ

I’m slowly making my way through Fr. Mike Schmitz’s Bible in a Year podcast. Not his newest one, mind you—I’ve just passed the halfway mark for last year’s podcast. Sometimes I go weeks without listening, but I keep coming back because gosh darn it, at some point I...
Rejoicing In Boundaries

Rejoicing In Boundaries

“Catholic doctrine and discipline may be walls; but they are the walls of a playground.” – G.K. Chesterton People in our culture today—and I am by no means excluding Catholics from this observation—are both fascinated and repulsed by the idea of boundaries. We...
Roe No More

Roe No More

On June 24th, 2022 Roe V Wade was officially overturned by the Supreme Court of the United States. “Monica, pull over here. I want to buy something,” Norma McCorvey (“Roe” of Roe v. Wade) said to me as I was driving her back to Dallas after she had given an...