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Finding His Eucharistic Love

“I don’t get it. I don’t understand. Why would He do this? Why would He humble Himself like that? What would cause Him to perform such an insane miracle for us? The kind of thing that makes so many of His followers today walk away in disbelief? Why? I’m not good at not understanding. I […]


A Lesson from Mother Teresa

“God has not called me to be successful. He has called me to be faithful.” – Mother Teresa In the space of these 15 words, Mother Teresa has done it again. This godly woman, known throughout the world for her sincerity of faith, love for the poorest of the poor, and acts of radical love in […]


Articulating the Atonement

Lately I’ve been looking into different views of the Atonement as they relate to Protestant-Catholic soteriological dialogue. What is fundamental in the different views of salvation, forgiveness and grace between Catholics and Protestants often comes down to theories on what Christ’s death accomplished, as well as how and why it did so. I want to […]


Religion vs. Relationship: Necessary Distinction or Needless Dichotomy?

“Let your religion be less of a theory and more of a love affair.” – G.K. Chesterton “Christianity is not a religion, it’s a relationship.” This one sentence accurately sums up the popular theological viewpoint of an increasing number of people in this generation who profess faith in Jesus Christ. The sentiment expressed here is […]

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