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Of Hogs and Brothers in Christ: An Exodus Reflection

Some years ago, before my wife and I converted to Roman Catholicism, I was a young pastor of a small, rural Pentecostal church in north central Indiana. My congregation was almost entirely comprised of farmers, mill workers, and their families. My most prominent parishioner was a somewhat gregarious old hog farmer by the name of Ben Wagner. In Ben...

12 14 2018

Reflections on Christmas from A Convert’s Perspective

G.K. Chesterton once said, “There is no more dangerous or disgusting habit than that of celebrating Christmas before it comes... It is the very essence of a festival that it breaks upon one brilliantly and abruptly, that at one moment the great day is not and the next moment the great day is.” As a convert to The One True Faith from American...

01 05 2018

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