Theresa Zoe Williams

"I have become all things to all, to save at least some" (1 Cor. 9:22) basically describes her life as writer, homemaker, friend and sister, wife, and mother of 3 spunky children, all for the sake of Gospel joy. She received her BA in Theology, Catechetics/Youth Ministry, and English Writing from Franciscan University of Steubenvile. Her life mottos are Ad Majoram Dei Gloriam and "Without complaint, everything shall I suffer for in the love of God, nothing have I to fear" (St. Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart). She is Pennsylvanian by birth, Californian by heart, and in Colorado for the time being. She blogs at www.PrincipessaMeetsWorld.com and yinz can find her on Twitter @TheresaZoe.

Theresa Zoe Williams

Before you get on the Nike-Madonna Buder bandwagon, read this

If you haven’t seen it by now, there’s a great Nike commercial going around featuring Madonna Buder, nicknamed the “Iron Nun”. Check it out: In typical Nike fashion, the video is well executed and inspirational, but I love that it features an athlete that isn’t one of the typical, beautiful, young, we-already-know-how-good-they-are, Nike athletes. No, …

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4 Eloquent and Effective Politicians Who Became Saints

Often we think of politicians as corrupt people who lack virtue and while this can certainly be true, some politicians throughout the ages have displayed great virtue, character, and faith, and some of them have even become saints!   1. St. Thomas More St. Thomas More was a noted lawyer and statesman and served as …

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Blunt and Rational Advice on Dialogue with Catholics and the LGBT Community from a Gay Catholic

This week, our country faced a horrible tragedy, a tragic loss of life, and now faces more threats. The loss of life in the Orlando shooting of innocent members of the LGBT community at the gay bar named Pulse is a huge blow to America, and most especially to the LGBT community. To be specifically …

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