Repent, and believe in the good news. (Mark 1:15) This post makes two within two days, and I can’t promise this will be the new normal, but I wanted to talk about Lent and the preparation for Easter. Easter is the high point of our faith. Jesus died on the cross for our sins andContinue reading “The Preperation for Easter”
I will be one of the last people to deny that the Church isn’t political. It absolutely is, anything with a hierarchy and organizational struction has its own politics. However, Church politics is seperate and from secular politics, particularly here in the United States where we have a proffessed seperation between Church and State (aContinue reading “Faith and Politics”
Inspired by Bishop Robert Barron, Matthew Handley shares his take on why we must spread the Gospel to all nations.
Matthew Handley shares his experience from the 2018, 45th annual March for Life in Washington, DC.
Image from http://www.imif.us. When you start college, it is easy to get overwhelmed. Some of the thoughts that crossed my mind and I am sure might cross you in moments of sheer utter panic when you first start this new phase of life where: What am I even doing here? Am I smart enough for these classes?Continue reading “Reflections from College: Gloria DeMoura”
As we say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018, it is common here in the western world to make new years resolutions in an effort to better ourselves for the new year. Why don’t we use this to better our faith life?
This is something I mentioned in the last post I made. We’ve noticed that lots of people read our blog and listen to our podcast, but very few people subscribe to our blog by email or follow us on Facebook or Instagram. We would very much appreciate it if you were to do so. SinceContinue reading “Advent Reflections – Week 2”
Before I get on with the post, I wanted to mention something. We’ve noticed that lots of people read our blog and listen to our podcast, but very few people subscribe to our blog by email or follow us on Facebook or Instagram. I would very much appreciate it if you were to do so. Continue reading “Advent Reflections – Week 1”
Its a common critique among young Catholics and often used as an excuse for not going to mass. “It is boring.” Well that depends on why you’re there. I’ll be talking about that now on EPIC Radio’s blog. It is a common critique among Catholics, young Catholics especially. To a certain extent, I can understandContinue reading “The Mass isn’t Boring”
So this wasn’t what I had planned to write about this week. Similar to many priests and their homilies this past Sunday, I had to change at the last minute. This post is going to be on the First Baptist Church shooting in Texas yesterday morning. For a good synopsis on what happened, here isContinue reading “Why?”