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Abortion Isn’t Complicated 

​Yesterday was  the 44th annual March for Life, marking 44 years since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in the United States. It has been a rather somber week for me. The internet is ablaze juxtaposing last weekend’s Women’s March and the March for Life. I have prolife friends who are angry that the Women’s March in… Continue reading Abortion Isn’t Complicated 

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31 Days: Why I am Catholic  {The Sacrament of Reconciliation}

The first three Sacraments: Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist, are Sacraments of Initiation. They usher in a new life in Christ. However, because of the fall, this new life is damaged by sin. Both original and personal. Jesus heals us just as He healed those during His public ministry, through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.  Also… Continue reading 31 Days: Why I am Catholic  {The Sacrament of Reconciliation}

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31 Days: Why I am Catholic {The Eucharist}

When I was converting, this certainly was not the deciding factor, but only because I didn’t really know. Now that I am Catholic, this is the thing I am most thankful for.  The Eucharist, the source and summit of the Catholic faith. All we do as Catholics point towards our Lord, fully present in the… Continue reading 31 Days: Why I am Catholic {The Eucharist}