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From Drudgery to Joy: Work in Its Proper Context

Stress about work is common among men.  Whether it be from anxiety about providing for our families, a lack of personal fulfillment and a sense of meaning, or the everyday interpersonal difficulties that work often entails, it is a simple fact that our work puts a lot of pressure on us.  This is understandable.  We are, after all, creatures made...

11 14 2017

Why Men Love the Work of the Latin Mass

Work is the blessing and curse of man. Work is the vocation of man even before the Fall, as God placed Adam in the Garden to till and keep it. Work became a burden as a punishment for sin, but man works out his salvation toiling at his labor. Men are made for work and find fulfillment in it. Liturgy is a central expression of man’s vocation to...

09 14 2017

Do I Need to Work for the Church to Serve God?

I get asked fairly regularly by students and friends about working for the Church or becoming a theology professor. Sometimes it’s motivated by a desire to get out of dead end job or to do something more meaningful. Often it’s also motivated by a desire to do more for God, to give Him more of one’s time and talent. The Second Vatican Counc...

09 04 2017

Dear Millenials, Your First Job Won’t Be in the C-Suite & That’s Okay

In this article, I will discuss a common problem today among young people, the “millennials.” In it I will be tough on them; however, this is because I care about them and want them to succeed as strong and virtuous young men. So, fasten your seatbelts! Trigger warning: Snowflakes will be offended. Tom is a recent college graduate. After col...

08 28 2017

How Consumerism Emasculates Men and How to Stop It

Wendell Berry’s novel Hannah Coulter watches the breakdown of an agrarian culture through the novel’s namesake.  Hannah Coulter knows waves of life take us where we weren’t expecting, yet she knows too that as man drifts from life sustained on the land to life sustained by specialization and mechanization he drifts away from something he nee...

08 07 2017

Scrupulous? Be Obedient.

As one who has struggled intensely with scrupulosity, I can attest to the fact that it is a dreadful experience.  Any seriously scrupulous person, I think, would admit that preoccupation with fear of sin, questioning whether this or that act was a sin, feeling at practically every moment a need for confession, etc., so engrosses him as to deprive ...

05 19 2017

Socialism Is Wrong for Men

One of the strangest things about the 2016 presidential campaign is the revival of socialism as a mainstream political ideology. Socialism is not something widely understood in America today, in part because we’ve been remarkably shielded from most of its effects. Ask one segment of the population what socialism is and they are likely to reply wi...

09 05 2016

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