Category Archives: philosophy

The Theology classroom

Part of the Alumni Discernment & Volunteer Program is the opportunity for us young alums to get our feet wet in areas we’d like to get involved with in the future. As I’ve mentioned before, my desire is to teach … Continue reading

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The most badass commencement address I’ve ever heard

Two weekends ago, my brother Jeff graduated from St. Vincent College (congrats again, dude. Hope you read my blog – a Facebook comment, or lack thereof, on this post will be telling). Apparently a few years ago, St. Vincent landed … Continue reading

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BXVI’s letter on communications

The World Day of Social Communications is still over 5 months away, but Papa Benedetto gets prepped for these things early. Here’s his letter on social media, published today on the memorial of St. Francis de Sales, patron of communicators. … Continue reading

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BXVI on conversions

BXVI’s Christmas address to the Curia: http://www.zenit.org/rssenglish-31289 What I found most interesting was the concluding section, on Newman. BXVI outlines Newman’s threefold conversion: intellectual, moral and religious. The key to his intellectual conversion was the realization that what is “most” … Continue reading

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O HUvB

One of the joys of Christmas break is that I gain ample time to read (or attempt to read) all the things I actually want to read. I just finished HH BXVI’s latest interview with Peter Seewald last night (recommended … Continue reading

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