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A Little Bit of Nothing

Love Casts Out Fear

Abba Anthony said, “I no longer fear God, but I love Him. For love casts out fear.’ ([1]John 4:18).[1] We do not know when St. Anthony the Great said this, but by the way it is referenced, it would seem to be something he learned after years of struggle by which he was to come [Read More...]

Labyrinthine Mind

Encountering Christ in the Mountains

Last week I spent a few days in the Georgia Mountains.  While driving through the town of Clayton, I saw a large sign that read “Welcome – Bienvenidos.”  It was the sign for Saint Helena Catholic Church.  I took a left turn down a beautifully landscaped road and after a few seconds, the parish stood [Read More...]

Good Letters

God Ponders the Heart

In Justin Kurzel’s Macbeth, the writers frame the story in such a way that the common motivations are nested within, or are born from, a new one: the story opens upon a Scottish heath—damp, cold, and windblown—where the Thane of Glamis (Michael Fassbender) and his Lady (Marion Cotillard) stand at the graveside of their young [Read More...]

Lisa Duffy: A Million Unheard Souls

5 Steps To End Unwanted Attention After a Bad Date

As Catholics, we are instructed to treat others charitably. Does that mean you have to just put up with unwanted attention?

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