The Problem with Women is…

By John Mark Cayer *PSA* This article is not concerned with the dating culture specifically, although many of these issues are related to the faults of our dating culture, but is concerned with Franciscan masculine-feminine relations in general. *PSA*             I wish I were a simple man. I wish that I could look uncritically at…

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To All the Boys I’ve…

It is a truth universally acknowledged (by women) that a dichotomy of qualities in men is quite attractive. You need only recall the well-loved fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” to see proof of this: a strong and ferocious beast who becomes gentle, loving, and protective. It isn’t when Belle sees the Beast’s strength or…

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Creativity, Craftsmanship, and Catholicism

By Nicolas Larkins             The creation story culminates with the creation of man, as male and female, in the image and likeness of God. To be made in the image and likeness of God meant, as most of us are familiar with, that man has a spiritual soul and is capable of reason.  But there…

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That they might have Life

By: Maureen Goetz  I grew up in a city just outside of Omaha, Nebraska. I was raised Catholic, and my parents always taught me about the dignity of human life. Unfortunately, I learned about the horrors of abortion at a very young age. The Catholic grade school I attended happened to be right across the…

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