"Everyone who belongs to the Truth hears my voice…" (John 18:37)

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7 Sneaky Ways to Evangelize

If there’s one word that strikes fear into the hearts of Catholics, it’s this: evangelization. And if not “fear,” it’s at least good for a little eye rolling. For the idea of knocking on doors, handing out pamphlets, and discussing our faith with total strangers is both intimidating and unappealing to most of us –… Read More ›


Selfie or Selfless? Raising the Next Generation

One of the ways that social media has impacted our culture is to place a lot of emphasis on the self. This new term that’s recently come into our lexicon, “selfie,” really says it all. Rather than looking toward others and the vast world in which we live, we’ve turned the camera around, focusing more… Read More ›


“Christians Are Countercultural” – Talk by Fr. Nathan

Ever since the first Christians walked through the gates of Rome, their message has always been “to be in the world, but not of the world”. This talk was offered to young adults to help them explore how to proclaim the Gospel in the ordinary moments of daily life, to see the challenges in talking… Read More ›