Sara Spitt

Sara is currently a graduate Theology student at the University of Notre Dame through the Echo program. She enjoys pizza, coffee, and arguing with her father about whether or not Jesus was Jewish (he was, for the record). If you know Cardinal Dolan, please contact Sara because she would love to be working for him come 2017.

Watch this Incredible Explanation of the Book of Job

Our friends at The Bible Project are constantly making connections between Scripture and real life, reading and explaining the Bible in a way that is still relevant centuries after it was written. If you haven’t before, GO CHECK IT OUT! This non-profit organization strives to explain overarching themes in Christian Scripture by walking through the …

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The truth Catholics need to know about Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine’s history on Abortion

We have already seen in the presidential and vice-presidential debates that a rocky election season awaits the Catholic voter. The candidates up for the top jobs in our country’s government do not necessarily hold the values and virtues we would like to see in our Commander-in-Chief. A variety of stances on issues critical to the …

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Here’s Why Panama City Should Definitely Be Your Next Vacation Destination

There are thousands of gorgeous places in world for the wandering vacationer to spend some time resting and relaxing. As you start budgeting our your next great adventure, you should consider Panama City as your destination – and here’s why:   1. It’s a modern city, but very historic Panama City is a modern Central American …

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The Vatican Has a New Spokesman from the U.S., and it Means BIG Things

On Monday, July 11th, Pope Francis named the new chief spokesman of the Vatican and director of the Vatican’s Press Office, Greg Burke. The seemingly normal appointment actually means big things for many different identities within Catholicism. By promoting Greg Burke, a veteran of the Vatican Press Office and journalism in Rome and around the world, Pope …

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The Book of Jeremiah was very difficult for me to read, until I saw THIS!

If you’ve never heard of or seen The Bible Project on YouTube, GO CHECK IT OUT! This non-profit organization strives to explain overarching themes in Christian Scripture by walking through the Bible book by book and focusing the literary structures used in the sacred writings. Their latest on Jeremiah gives us an idea of the …

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10 Things No Catechist Ever Misses During Summer Break, Ever

The joys and struggles of being a catechist are very similar to the joys and struggles of being a teacher, and therefore, I deduce that there are certain things catechists, like teachers, will not miss this summer. Here is a compilation of moments, events, and situations every catechist is happy to leave behind once CCE …

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