About Alejandro Teran-Somohano

Alejandro is a PhD student in Industrial and Systems Engineering at Auburn University. Having been born and raised in Mexico and, hence, having come from a Catholic culture, he is constantly thinking about what it means to think and see the world as a Catholic. How should a Catholic approach economics, politics, science, art, etc.? His main influences are G.K. Chesterton and St. Thomas Aquinas.

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Book Review: Joseph Pearce’s “Candles in the Dark”

“At some point, the life of a Christian can’t just be abstract, it has to be incarnate. It needs to become a concrete reality. The poor are the concrete reality by which our faith becomes incarnate.” -Joseph Pearce Our good friends at St. Benedict Press were kind enough to send me a review copy of […]

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