Our Dreams and Our Children: A Response to Michelle Williams’ Golden Globes Speech

Earlier this month, Michelle Williams made the very blatant suggestion that her access to abortion allowed her to pursue her dreams during her acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards. It was a provocative statement, made even more so by … Continue reading

A Pure Sacrifice from the Rising of the Sun to Its Setting: A Reflection on Mike Aquilina’s “The Eucharist Foretold: The Lost Prophecy of Malachi”

Author Mike Aquilina wasn’t kidding when he described the prophecy of Malachi as “lost.” When considering foreshadowings of Christ and Old Testament prophecies reaching fruition in the New, the three-chapter book of the Bible attributed to the minor prophet Malachi … Continue reading

The Catholic Church and the Abuse Crisis: Living in the “State of Permanent Dissatisfaction with the Church”

Recently, I’ve been reading Servant of God Dorothy Day’s autobiography, The Long Loneliness, and I came across a quote that I would consider very applicable to the current state of the Catholic Church. Reflecting on the hypocrisy found within the … Continue reading