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    • Fruits of the Spirit: Bearing Fruit and Building the Kingdom

      Growing up, I would sit at our cozy kitchen table, my eyes scanning the wallpaper, a smattering of grapes, apples and...

      Megan HjelmstadJune 14, 2019
    • America, the Beautiful

      E Pluribus Unum. Out of many, one. It’s a statement that defines us both as Americans and as Catholics. As Catholics,...

      Katie AlmonJune 7, 2019
    • The Wilderness

      What led King David to become a man described as “after God’s own heart?” What made him seek to glorify the...

      Mallory SmythMay 30, 2019
    • Embracing the Word of God with Lectio Divina

      Ten college students spread out as much as they could in our small one-bedroom apartment. The darkened room, illuminated only by...

      Carissa PlutaMay 30, 2019
    • A transforming beauty

      Philosophers and scientists have grappled over the centuries to define beauty. But in my experience, beauty is a transcendent quality that...

      Kelly HensonMay 20, 2019
    • Ephphatha and the Power of Listening

      I have often considered my introverted self a good listener. My silence, observance and desire to learn make me one who...

      Emma RestucciaMay 20, 2019
    • Dancing with Judgment

      Opinions rain down and collect at my feet The words that appear both bitter and sweet I bought an umbrella when...

      Francesca GodutiApril 5, 2019
    • Beauty so Ancient: My Semester in Rome

      “Late have I loved you, beauty so ancient and so new.” When reflecting on my semester studying abroad in Rome, Italy,...

      Mary Katherine JohnsonApril 5, 2019
    • The Road Less Traveled

      Choosing to live according to one’s faith is difficult. It’s instinctual to want to settle into what is comfortable and easy,...

      Lauren MontgomeryMarch 21, 2019
    • Seeing the Need Behind the Hurt

      “But to you who hear I say, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse...

      Megan HjelmstadMarch 7, 2019
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