The Easter Rising: Dublin Fires Plant Irish Flowers?

Whatever thoughts you may have regarding this event of the 1916 Easter Rising started 100 years ago today. The English sending inexperienced troopers to Dublin, Ireland to keep Ireland under control might have been a big mistake on their part. Ending in an extensive amount of damage, destruction and death on both sides. Mostly consisting of … More The Easter Rising: Dublin Fires Plant Irish Flowers?

Anyone Can Be A Saint

It is practically the missionary slogan that is held by every single baptized person in the Catholic Church that strives for sainthood. We can appreciate then the difficulty that follows us as we enter into the midterm of Lent. This challenge that we face is to see whether or not we’ve made any spiritual progress. … More Anyone Can Be A Saint

Death of a Great Man, Birth of the Great Doctor Communis

  “The Study of philosophy is not that we may know what men have thought, but what the truth of things is. ” ―  St. Thomas Aquinas Today, March 7th, is the anniversary of the day that St. Thomas Aquinas took his final rest and met the Lord. Taking a class on Summa Theologiae has … More Death of a Great Man, Birth of the Great Doctor Communis

The Forty Days of Lent: A Prepatory Guide for the Spirit

So Lent is here, and some people may still not be sure as to what they might want to do as they prepare. So I thought of a little guide that might help you in the upcoming Lenten Season. It will provide an outline that will present key ingredients to aid you in creating plans, prayers, … More The Forty Days of Lent: A Prepatory Guide for the Spirit