• Everyday Catholicism
    Día de Los Muertos

    By Jessica Camacho Rivera Dia de los Muertos—the Day of the Dead—is a …

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  • Devotionals
    St. Peter: The Imperfect Model

    By Ilana Blattner Cephas A best friend and a followerAn apostle and a martyrOh, how …

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  • Everyday Catholicism
    Loving One’s Queerness

    by Eliora Rios When coming to love one’s queerness in the church a terrifying …

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  • Social Justice
    Changed for the Better: Standing Rock

    by McLean Casey The Evangeletes is my new community, that I gained this summer after …

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    The Rich Man and Jesus; Reflecting on Mark 10: 17-30

    The Rich Man and Jesus; …

    By Adam Stubitsch Scripture: As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his…

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    Oscar Romero: Planting Seeds That One Day May Grow

    Oscar Romero: Planting Seeds That …

    By Joshua Smyser-DeLeon In the 1970s, El Salvador was a divided country. A small number of people held a majority…

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    A Romantic Creation

    A Romantic Creation

    By Alex Haraus Discussing Creation in faith circles often leads the conversation into a historical pitfall, limiting the beauty and…

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    Living with Mental Illness

    Living with Mental Illness

    By Alex Cavalier Being diagnosed with a mental illness is not a death sentence. It does not define a person,…

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    Strength in Our Weakness

    Strength in Our Weakness

    By Solana Oliver We find it difficult to talk about mental illness because we, as a society, considered it as…

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