The Power of Silence

I was on my computer watching one of the most remarkable… to be honest… I don’t even know. Film, documentary? DocumFilm? Movie? Called Into the Silence. Totally free, and I highly recommend it. It’s a film that looks at a small Catholic monostatic order called the Carthusian Order. I immediately fell in love with it.Continue reading “The Power of Silence”

How did I find God: Part 1

I grew up a cradle Catholic. I grew up going through Sunday School. I went to Confession, and I went to Holy Communion. Yet, I didn’t find God.  Of course, I believed that God was in the Catholic Church. Jesus was our Eucharistic Lord who hid under the appearance of bread and wine. I absolutelyContinue reading “How did I find God: Part 1”

Anxiety: A Personal Reflection

The cover image is St. Dymphna, the patron saint of those struggling with depression and anxiety. Last post, I spoke about anxiety, and yet, I feel my heart is still troubled. I am currently in the middle of a job transitioning to a much more fulfilling job, but the pay is less, much less. OnContinue reading “Anxiety: A Personal Reflection”

Anxiety and the Christian Response

Anxiety is a part of the human condition.   So what is the response to this primary human response and emotion? We’re all human. We all have fears and concerns down the road.  I think that’s part of the human condition, to be honest.  We want to know what is coming down.  One reason could beContinue reading “Anxiety and the Christian Response”

The Rosary

I want to talk about one of the most potent weapons that man has ever encountered.   The rosary. What is the Rosary? The Rosary is a meditative prayer that takes anywhere from fifteen minutes to an hour to pray.  It combines the use of physical and spiritual contemplation.  It combines a list of verbal prayersContinue reading “The Rosary”

The Saints

Have you ever wondered what life will be like after this life?  If you’re atheist, well… maybe for you, that isn’t necessarily a concern to you. But, if you’re interested in learning about the Saints, please stick around! We would love to have you! Maybe you’re from a different faith or a different denomination, andContinue reading “The Saints”

How to be Holy

How to be good and holy “Always remember that if I love you, it is because you are little, not because you are good.”   Imagine God telling you that. You are just sitting in church, walking along the road, and you hear a voice that tells you this. How would you react? What would youContinue reading “How to be Holy”