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Chastity in Daily Life - Chelsea Santiago

When I was little I would take my Dad’s model cars and reassemble them. But there was this one car I couldn’t put back together so I hid it in fear of my dad getting angry. When confronted I was ashamed, but my Dad didn’t care he just smiled, and we reassembled it together.

Memories of Newman - Dr. Julie Wright

Nothing is more practical than finding God,

than falling in Love in a quite absolute, final way.

What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will affect everything.

It will decide what will get you out of bed in the morning, what you do with your evenings, how you spend your weekends,

The Relevance of St. Thomas Aquinas Today - Liam Farrer

The task to which I have been appointed is no easy one, to explain the relevance that St. Thomas Aquinas has for today’s Christian. The obvious temptation in such a situation is to resort to St. Thomas’ theology; however, I shall attempt to avoid this, insomuch as that is possible, given that it was not St. Thomas’ theology that made him a great saint, but, rather, his sanctity that made him a great theologian.

There are clearly many instances within the life of the Angelic Doctor that would serve to edify us, however for the purposes of this reflection, I would like to focus on a series of events which were inarguably the climax of St. Thomas’ earthly life, events which I believe are often misunderstood.

St Thérèse Drops a Rose at Newman

“I’d like it very much if you forgot about becoming a nun and fell madly in love with me, and we got married and had lots of children,” he confessed, getting straight to the point after the 12:15 Mass at Newman, where I’d promised to meet him that memorable day in March 2013. 

The Value of a Catholic Community - Dr. Peter Baltutis

The Value of a Catholic Community - By Peter Baltutis

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