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What Serving for the Pope and Trees Have in Common

Who…Me? After nine prayerful, awe-inspiring, and frankly, exhausting days in the Holy Land with my twenty-six fellow pilgrims, I had expected that my six days in Rome would be fairly laid back and less overwhelming. Boy, was I was wrong! When it first became official that my brother seminarians and I were going to be […] Read More


Refuting the Argument from Scale

Frequently, when I’m having a conversation with someone who is either an unbeliever or just having doubts, they will make an objection to religious belief that goes something like this: “Once you understand how unimaginably large the universe is, it makes you realize how insignificant we are. We humans think we’re so important, but really, […] Read More

A Door Locked from the Inside

“I can’t believe that a loving God would send people to hell.” “Why did God create some people if He knew they would reject Him and go to hell?” “If God is all-powerful and all-good, then why doesn’t He just destroy Satan and hell?” “As long as you’re a decent person then there’s no way […] Read More