May 16, 2016

Things I love: Babies, Facebook posts explaining legal decisions, my Alma Mater Thomas Aquinas College (and of course the Little Sisters of the Poor) still being able to provide health care for their faculty and staff without violating their morals, and Supreme Court rulings. Hey look, these things all happened today! As I am not well-versed in legalese, I will be unashamedly quoting from my fellow Thomas Aquinas College Alumn James Layne’s super-lucid Facebook explanation. So what officially was handed… Read more

May 12, 2016

I once had a professor, or a tutor as my college named them, who made a rather shocking statement at the beginning of a sophomore seminar. Now, professors at colleges tend to be infamous for their shocking statements, but I can honestly say I have only rarely ever heard someone say something quite surprising as when Mr. Paietta said I pride myself on having never had an original thought in my life. At the time, this struck me as odd…. Read more

May 9, 2016

A few days ago, I received a Snapchat from one of my good friends who lives in a different state. I was pretty excited since she has two of the most adorable children I’ve ever seen, and that always makes the day better. This time, however, it was to tell me her oldest child was sick, with what she would likely suppose was either the worst digestion-track bug ever or with listeria. What that entails can be found in a… Read more

May 3, 2016

Material existence is weird. I says this, because I have just enough Thomistitelian (Thomistic Aristotelian) training to know the importance of a good beginning, for as St. Thomas says, a small error in the beginning when driving means you end up in the Atlantic Ocean if you’re not careful. Or something of the like. Nevertheless, at the beginning of this blog, I intend to begin well, and so I will say, material existence is weird, and this I know from… Read more

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