Anybody who goes to the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology

…is okay by me.

Reader Nicholas Senz has started a new blog:


Here’s a sample of a few posts: on liturgical music;

how “love your enemies” includes the guy who cuts you off in traffic;

on people who end up being “religious but not spiritual”;

distinguishing celibacy, chastity, and continence;

a reminder to pray for the dead at funerals;

on holding hands (or not) during the Our Father;

an ode to St. Lawrence the Deacon, one of my patrons;

how angels can be “at my side,” according to St. Thomas;

defining what a sacrament is;

women’s intuition and Aristotle on why tired babies cry;

fun tidbits from my Christian Iconography class.

Check out it out!

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