Review: The Unholy Trinity

Regardless of how you take his straightforward writing style, Walsh's thesis is clear: The religion of liberalism has become the new, sandy foundation of our society, and we Christians let it happen.

Christ and Culture: Thoughts on the song “Show Yourself”

Finding the Gospel and missing the mark in culture.

How St. Nick became the Patron Saint of Christmas

Saint Nicholas, or Nikolaos, was born around 280 in Patara, Lycia (in modern-day Turkey) to Christian parents who raised him in the faith. When he was still young, he lost his parents and was sent to live with his uncle, a Bishop, who continued his education in the Church. Eventually, Nicholas was ordained as a …

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Comments on the “Paradiso”

I will begin by saying that I do not have any great insight to provide into the Paradiso. In all honestly, so much has been said on Dante's The Divine Comedy that not much more can be said. However, as I was reading it I found a few things interesting in the text and I thought …

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St. Patrick and the Great Commission

https://youtu.be/fg5ejLGEnZk Though the above video was written with children in mind, it summarizes Patrick's life fairly well. Some information is glossed over: Patrick was the son of a Roman Citizen and Deacon, his conversion to Christianity occurred during his enslavement, and it was through him that God worked to convert nearly all of Ireland to …

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