Catholicism is Universal, Part I: The End of the Mosaic Law

One of the most important defining traits of the Catholic religion is its universality.  In fact, the very word ‘catholic’ means ‘universal,’ so the Catholic Church is in fact the Universal Church.  Even Protestants profess belief in the ‘one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church.’  This is a significant consideration, in light of the fact that, … Continue reading Catholicism is Universal, Part I: The End of the Mosaic Law

The Concept of Religion and Christianity

Who are we?  Why are we here?  What is the purpose of our existence?  How do we achieve the purpose of our existence?  Why is the world what it is?  Whom are we indebted to for the world being what it is?  What do we owe o that being or beings for who we are … Continue reading The Concept of Religion and Christianity

Why This Isn’t Simply a ‘Mom Blog’: Striving for Holiness in Any State of Life

When I told a few family members and friends that I was planning to start a blog, a question that was asked was whether it was going to be about my life as a mom.  The answer was, and is, no.  This may seem surprising, considering how popular mothering is as a blog topic, and … Continue reading Why This Isn’t Simply a ‘Mom Blog’: Striving for Holiness in Any State of Life