About This Blog

It started out last year as a sort of apologetics blog, because for a while I had doubts about what the Church taught about Christ. At first glance, the Jesus of the Bible felt inferior to God the Father, and I just didn’t see how Catholicism taught what it did about Him. So I did research, read up on Trinitarian and Christological theology, and read irrefutable arguments, from Scripture, that Jesus is the Almighty. Inspired by this reassurance of belief, I made a ton of writings defending the Catholic doctrine of Christ (which you can read by going to the category “Christology”). I also wrote about the Trinity, Mary, the Bible, and whatever else.

Eventually, I started to take an interest in the liturgy since, quite frankly, it’s rarely celebrated these days in accordance with the Church’s official norms. Well, one thing led to another, and I became more and more traditional in my liturgical outlook, so now I write and read about that a lot.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope you find something you like.

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5 thoughts on “About This Blog”

  1. This is a brilliant blog. I do not know why we have not collide earlier. Keep up the good work.

    Btw: The head image “Be still and know I am God” is classic. I could not figure out if it was part of a sword or crown. I would have love to see it in full.

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  2. I’m glad you consider it brilliant. What the picture is is the Holy Eucharist contained in a monstrance for Adoration. And on that note, I should perhaps warn you (since you say you hold to reformed theology) that there have been and will be many a very Catholic post here. But yes, you’re most welcome to read what I write and contribute your thoughts. You can find the original picture, in full, at the bottom of this page here: http://www.americaneedsfatima.org/wallpaper-downloads.html

    I have it cropped not to show the America Needs Fatima website because I don’t want people to think that this blog is somehow related to them or endorsed by them. I’ve simply taken their picture, hoping that they won’t mind. ;)

    God bless, until I post next.

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    1. I *am* well, thank you! I’m just rather busy right now, what with the academic year starting up again and other, related commitments. So I haven’t had much free writing time recently. :( I do have 2 or 3 posts “on ice” right now, including Part 3 of that series on lay readers I was doing . . . but I haven’t gotten around to actually *posting* them yet. :)

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