The debate over prayer in school has been one of high contention for decades now, and with the dispute still making headlines it only makes me wonder if any real progress or headway has been ...

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In an opinion piece on January 3rd this year, Dr. Devin Brown takes on the question that many Lord of the Rings fans have been arguing back and forth for decades. Brown, an English professor ...

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The Renew LMU Coalition at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA is a group of alumni, parents, and donors who are working to strengthen LMU’s Catholic mission and identity. In recent months this group ...

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It’s been just over a year now since the January 6 Capitol attack and if a desirable endgame has been attained in your eyes, then please, by all means, shed some light for me. To ...

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The new podcast “The Turning: The Sisters Who Left” depicts the religious order Missionaries of Charity, formerly run by none other than Mother Teresa as a religious cult. The podcast Follows Mary Johnson who desires ...

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Consider what you’re asking people without housing to do before you give them advice. That’s the message one activist recently had during a discussion about giving money to people who ask for it on the ...

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What if, instead of singing about her latest make-up or break up, Taylor Swift sang about Jesus? The former teen country chart topper turned international pop megastar famously stated in her 2020 “Miss Americana” documentary, ...

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Do you want to make Jesus angry? Do you want to make the Virgin Mary cry? Aren’t you aware how your actions hurt everyone in your church family? Why are you questioning God’s appointed leadership? ...

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The chorus of Christian voices condemning Christian Nationalism has shown an unusual harmony across various denominational and theological commitments over the last few months. That chorus has reached a crescendo since the events of January ...

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Laughter can be a spiritual discipline — at least, so argues Jonathan Trotter in Relevant Magazine. His essay does not advocate a blind nor ignorant happiness, but happiness rooted in the Joy of Christ. Trotter ...

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