Thomas Griffin teaches in the Religion Department at a Catholic high school and lives on Long Island with his wife and son. He has a master’s degree in theology and is currently a masters candidate in philosophy. Follow his latest content at EmptyTombProject.org
In-person worship is essential and necessary. If you can go to the grocery store, work, and school, you can certainly go to church. And you should.
The day in between Jesus’ death and resurrection stands at a pivotal juncture between despair and hope, fear and courage, death and new life.
This St. Patrick’s Day, we must not just reflect on Irish culture, but the need to trust God for everything, letting His love inspire us to live for others.
The physical contact created with God through worship is vital to following him and cannot be met through virtual means. For those who are not at high risk from COVID, it’s time.
Political operatives are now attempting to flip the script on what it means to be a follower of Christ and are moving to disqualify morality right along with it.
The actions of Joseph teach men how to be virtuous and women and children that they deserve to be protected, trusted, and cared for.
‘Kneeling or wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt didn’t go hand in hand with supporting black lives,’ Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac said. ‘Everyone is made in the image of God.’
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