Interruptor

+ Only where we do anything ‘from the heart’ are we doing it with our whole being. This is the case because man essentially has been created, not for thought, but for loving. In love alone, which includes the right kind of thinking, is man wholly himself. In love – whether of the right or…

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The Inevitable End & Our Secret Fear

Religion has always been my forte, and it is somehow intuitive for me in ways few others seem to experience. Even so, I have developed more questions in the scrutinization of faith than answers. The biggest question looms over me every now and then: What happens when we die? In the same article I referenced in the a…

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Girl Things

A friend of mine from my University of Portland undergrad days, Emma Harrison, is selling hair clips she makes by hand. Two stores have picked up her creations, and hopefully more to come! Check out her new website. Congrats, Em!

A Ranking That Supersedes Mine

Peter Kreeft, theologian extraordinaire (probably the top pop-culture Catholic theologian alive today), just finished a book about what advice he would like to pass on to his kids before he dies. In a column about the book, he took the time to rank his allegiances, as I did a few weeks ago. Of course his…

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TED, Kinda.

P.C. patrol: + Darkness increases dishonesty, who woulda thunk?: In several experiments, researchers found that light levels influence selfish behavior. People who were placed in a dimly lit room were significantly more likely to cheat than people placed in a well-lit room. Likewise, people who were asked to wear sunglasses were less generous in a…

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A Final Post…

for the holiday! Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here is his prayer, one of the most manly prayers ever written (he was, after all, a pirate at one time) and of course, my favorite: I arise todayThrough a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity,Through a belief in the Threeness,Through confession of the Oneness Of the…

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