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Simcha Fisher: In which we obtain culture

A trip to the museum was almost worth the confusing freeway exits and tick-infested car Gather 'round, friends, and I'll tell you the story of...

Simcha Fisher: Sweet suffering Anna Jarvis

What would the founder of Mother's Day think of it today? Does Mother's Day play out in Australia like it does in the US? Maybe...

Simcha Fisher: It’s ok to say I just don’t know

My friend Nora said, "If this past year wasn't the year you learned to say 'I don't know' and 'the data isn't clear yet'...

Simcha Fisher: Death is always close, but so is the One...

After my mother’s funeral, I drove home and took off my wet, muddy clothes, and found that I could barely move. My flesh had turned...

Simcha Fisher: Milo and other real humans

Celebrities may be fascinating, but we can't objectify them Against my better judgement, I read the LifeSiteNews interview with Milo Yiannopoulos, the professionally degenerate political...

Simcha Fisher: Maybe you don’t have to do anything

Sometimes just nothing, or something simple, is best Some of the best advice I've gotten in my life didn't sound like advice at all, at...

Simcha Fisher: 10 ways to let the pandemic shape your Lent

Didn't we just have Lent? Aren't we going through it still? It comes as a shock every year when I look at the calendar and...

Simcha Fisher: How to clean up, according to my kids

My kids feel very strongly about housework We have a small house, by American standards. It's about 1500 square feet, and 11 people live and...

Simcha Fisher: Hell is paved with the skulls of online Catholics

Living life and faith online is a double-edged sword "It's not real life; it's just online." This is something I've heard a lot over the last...

Simcha Fisher: T-shirts and other heavy burdens

Let me tell you a story about old t-shirts, and I promise I have a point. Several weeks ago, I had a spurt of energy...
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