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God Became Man

As Catholics, we profess our belief in the Incarnation in the Nicene Creed: Jesus Christ “came down from heaven, and by the Holy Spirit was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man.” The Incarnation is a unique and singular…

The Risk of Faith

We were heading home from church when our twelve-year-old daughter complained, “Why do we have to listen to all that boring music at church? I hate that stuff!” My wife jumped in to correct her. “You can’t say that! You apologize for…

Confession

For those of us who want to become saints, the Church tells us to “frequent the sacraments.” What does this really mean, though? There are, after all, seven. Should we become regular “wedding crashers”? No. “Frequent the…

Faith Meets Politics

Fred Glidden understands the awesome privilege and responsibility that come with voting. The proud father and grandfather fought in the Korean War, put himself through college, and worked long hours as a pharmacist to support his family. He…