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7 Things (Other Than Pumpkin Spice) Catholics Can Look Forward to This Fall

Ah fall. Cooler temperatures, changing leaves, harvest moons, and pumpkin spice lattes. There is so much goodness and richness to look forward to each fall–– it’s no wonder it’s so many people’s favorite time of year! But there are also so many amazing Catholic things to look forward to in the fall! Here are 7 of …

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Thoughts and Emotions Every Catholic Introvert Has When Attending a New Parish

Going to a new parish isn’t easy. You know all know what I mean. Whether you’re “church hopping” (trying to find the right parish community for you) or just visiting, we’ve all been the “new kid” at one point or another. Every parish has their own community dynamics; their own way of doing things. Stepping …

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A Catholic Scientist Explains How God Made Earth Our Home

We are told in the beginning God created everything out of nothing. For thousands of years of the creation story being handed down, retold and finally written by Moses, the people accepted that God created everything. Then, people started questioning and studying the how everything was created. Science thought they had the more scientific answer …

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Buy a Priest a Beer Day is September 9th—Here’s How to Celebrate

Thank God for beer and burgundy by not drinking too much of them. – G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy With International Buy a Priest a Beer Day quickly approaching (September 9th), I’ve been thinking about the Catholic art of drinking. There’s no formal rules to drinking doctrinally found, but St. Paul does tell us to avoid “drinking …

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