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When There Are No Human Answers to Our Measures of Pain

In a place of utter desolation, sometimes all we can do is be silent with a suffering friend.

The Tightrope of Technology

Walking the tightrope toward fruitful technological advancement isn’t an easy feat.

The Mass as Cross and Re-presentation

Is the Mass the repeated sacrifice that leading Reformed pastors say it is?

Saint G.K. Chesterton? An Interview with Dale Ahlquist

“In an age of confusion, depression, and unbelief, he’s a writer of clarity, joy, and faith, which is exactly what we need.”

St. John the Baptist and the Birth of a New Era

The birth of a child always represents both an end and a beginning.

The Rosary and the Crying Out of Flesh and Blood

Fulfillment lies in surrender.

Road Trips and the Journey of the Mass

The liturgy is not a task to be done, an appointment to be checked off, but a rejuvenating spiritual journey.

The Anthropology of Grief

Grief raises the mundane to the sacred.

Gloom in the Time of Oculus

Why, in the age of amazing technology like iPhones and virtual reality, do people feel so hopeless and sad?

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