Do you ever wonder what the saints would write about if they lived in the age of the internet and had a blog?
People think being a blogger is easy: you roll out of bed at whatever-thirty, crack open your laptop upon your pajama clad knees and hammer out whatever’s on your mind in between binge-watching BoJack and eating Nutella with a spoon. I mean, I’m not saying this isn’t accurate, but it’s far from easy. Here’s a little
Did you click for the puppies or for Simcha? Be honest. Simcha Fisher is a phenomenal writer. With her natural love for telling others about the trials and triumphs of daily life as a Catholic, to her fecund ability to make us spit out our food while wondering how her mind comes up with what
Mark Shea is a blogger, book author, Catholic speaker and a self-proclaimed ‘double jump convert’ – first from an agnostic pagan to non-denominational Evangelical, and then to the Catholic Church. Many of us were converted from his wonderful apologetics work from Ignatius Press, By What Authority: An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition. Mark Shea
I’ve been a writer and scribbler since forever. In high school, I wrote a column for the school paper called “Teetering on the Brink”. Later, I was an English major and cranked out papers like there was no tomorrow. After that, I became a Catholic and the Holy Spirit, like, instantly started driving me to