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What Yes Means to Me #GraceofYesDay

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Today is Grace of Yes Day, in which we celebrate the generosity that comes from saying Yes to God. I’ve learned what Yes looks like from the wonderful people I work with and live with and am related to. Today, I’d like to reflect on the...
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Gay and Catholic: A Great Book You Need to Read

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There’s a certain catch-22 in writing about celibate gay life. If you write about the joy you find in fidelity to Christ and the Church, you may sound Pollyannish, defensive, or callous toward others’ suffering. If you write about the difficulties, you can be accused...
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Who Wrote the Book on Love?

Who Wrote the Book on Love
Today, it’s my honor to host Britt Leigh as she stops by as part of the Back-to-School Blog Tour celebrating her new book, The Ten Commandments of Kissing Gloria Jean. Who Wrote the Book on Love? By Britt Leigh I’ll be humble: it wasn’t me. Oh, sure,...
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St. Nicholas of Tolentino, pray for us!

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On the afternoon of September 10, a friend of our family went to the hospital for some bleeding she was having. A bit of background: she was pregnant with twins, 26.5 weeks pregnant, to be exact. Yesterday, I found out that the twins were born....
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The Pitter Patter of Many Cuts #LawnChairCatechism

The Pitter Patter of Many Cuts #LawnChairCatechism
Sometimes, people who know me pretty well are amused to be reminded (or to find out for the first time) that, in my undergrad years, I minored in Production Agriculture. This means that I took, among other classes, Small Engines, Welding, and Concrete. (I think...
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Broken and Blessed #LawnChairCatechism

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Being a sinner sure isn’t easy. Wait. Yes it is. It comes all too naturally to me. I no sooner walk out of confession, clean as a whistle, than I’m back at it, somehow. But the worst thing is the recurring sins, the habits that...
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Welded into a Lifelong Embrace #LawnChairCatechism

Welded into a Lifelong Embrace
“You were an ag major?” “Not only that,” I replied with a smile, wondering why I seem so unlikely to have been an ag student, “but a production ag minor.” Which means, to those of you who are trying to figure out if ag is an acronym,...
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