About Grace Schneider


Grace is a junior English major at the University of South Carolina. She's a reader, a poet, and she'll try any activity that is physical and/or outdoors. Most of all, she loves getting to know Jesus and falling deeper in love with Him as time goes on.

Posts by Grace Schneider:


Interview with Brian and Courtney Kissinger (LifeTeen bloggers)

I turned twenty this year, but as a former teen, I can tell you that LifeTeen.com is responsible for a good amount of my formation as a young Catholic woman. LifeTeen, a Catholic organization for teens, puts on camps, conferences, retreats, and missions all the time, and its website might seem to be “just a resource” […]


Lessons from St. John

You know those Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John? Yeah, that John, also known as St. John the Apostle, the Evangelist, and the Beloved–he was a major player in the Gospels, but especially during Christ’s Passion, when he was the only apostle still with Jesus at the Crucifixion. During this Holy Week, we can learn […]


Be Transformed

“And just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.” Transformation. I still always think of butterflies when I hear that word, and because God is so awesome, He seamlessly weaves little facts of life about bugs into His greater love story with humanity. Transformation. A total turn-around. A double-take, a plot […]


To Change the World

The question that always burns: why do bad things, evil things happen? Well, we’re in a world where people make bad, evil choices, and where other people do nothing about it. This is a truth. Yet, we’re also in a world where people deny themselves to love others every single day. That is the truth. This […]


The Flowers are Saints?

“A man knows when he has found his vocation when he stops thinking about how to live and begins to live.” – Thomas Merton, Trappist monk Coming back from the South Carolina Statewide Winter Retreat, I am filled with a simple zeal:  to “live and let God.” The weekend followed a theme of vocation. Wait, […]