Thoughts on going off to college

Maddi Cave

Guest column / By Maddi Cave EDITOR’S NOTE: The author is a 2021 graduate of Peoria Notre Dame High School. The daughter of Joseph and Misti Cave and a member of St. Patrick Parish in Washington, Maddi will soon begin studies as a journalism major at Drake University in Des Moines. — When I was […]

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Lindsey Weishar: ‘Discovering the gift only you can give’ at the GIVEN Forum

Young women take part in a previous year's GIVEN Forum n this screen grab from the Institute's website. (CNS)

My Vocation is Love / Lindsey Weishar From June 9-13, I attended the GIVEN Forum 2021 in Washington D.C. GIVEN exists to “[activate] the gifts of young adult women {ages 21-30] for the Catholic Church and the world.” In applying for this conference, each participant submitted an action plan that will be carried out within […]

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Paul Moore: Becoming “spotty” — a reality check on aging, but I’m going somewhere

"This pretty much describes the situation as I am experiencing it," write Paul Moore of this illustration by his artist sister-in-law Dawna Gallagher of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

In My Father’s House / Paul Thomas Moore “I do not like green eggs and ham! I do not like them, Sam-I-Am!” No, this isn’t a rant about cancel culture (which is itself a bit of a rant by times). I would simply like to borrow Dr. Seuss’ attitude — and rhyme scheme — for […]

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Lindsey Weishar: Embracing solidarity in a deeply divided world

My Vocation is Love / By Lindsey Weishar At the end of September 2020, I participated in The Culture Project’s Restore Culture Virtual Workshops. I was particularly struck by Chenele Shaw’s talk, titled “Why Racism is a Pro-Life Issue.” Her call was to reframe our language when talking about issues in the context of our […]

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