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The Haiyan Effect: Our Call to Respond

Last week, as Super Typhoon Haiyan was unfolding, I blogged at the Register and kept myself as close as I could to the situation. And then my life hit. I haven’t really been keeping up with any news reports this week due to some other...
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Will You Join Me? #IStandWithThomasPeters

Tomorrow, we’re hosting Small Success Thursday at CatholicMom.com and I need that. But tomorrow’s also an important day for a young couple who many of us know and love: Thomas and Natalie Peters. So I’m jumping the gun here on the blog and sharing about it...
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Catholic App-a-holic Talks Nonstop

So I was on with Al Kresta today and I was totally outed that: 1. I do not have a smartphone. (And I don’t really want one.) 2. I don’t have a device right now, either. (Thank you, Destructoboy.) But yes, I am still an...
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At the Register: Cheering the Pro-Life Response

I wrote my latest piece at the Register right before I went to Mass for All Saints Day. As it happened, I was lector. The first reading, especially the last phrase, nearly got me to share my gift with everyone: He said to me, “These...
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Another Saint to “Light the Night”

A few weeks ago on Facebook, one of my friends shared that he entrusts cancer patients to Blessed Chiara Luce Badano. I already dedicated my “Light the Night” walk to St. Peregrine, who’s the official patron of cancer, but I couldn’t help but look up...
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