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Simcha Fisher: Have you heard the Maasai Creed?

Some weeks ago, I wrote on the question of whether, as an Episcopal priest asserted, the creed disrupts our flow of worship. It sounded pretty...

Simcha Fisher: Catholicism without Christ

More and more secular women are discovering that they can use technology to track their natural biomarkers, helping them make informed choices about their...

Simcha Fisher: Slavery vs sacrifice

Lately, I've been thinking about the idea of slavery to sin, what it means, what it does. Anyone who's read the Old or New Testament,...

Simcha Fisher: Savour some beauty for yourself; don’t put it all...

It's mid-summer, shading into late summer, where I live. This is the year I threw myself into planting flowers carefully, feeding and cultivating them,...

Why your kids should go to Mass with you

What if our children don't want to go to Mass? Should we insist? Isn't there a danger that forcing the issue will make them...

Simcha Fisher: The emerald ash borer and the priest

The emerald ash borer is beautiful metallic green beetle that's been making its way from state to state; and it is hungry. It lays...

Simcha Fisher: A fake baptism and the real presence

Effects of an invalid Baptism The other week, Catholic Twitter was in a tizzy over the story of an unfortunate priest who discovered, fifteen years...

Simcha Fisher: One size fits most

Occasionally, people ask me how I manage to come up with fresh, new topics to write about every week. This is a dangerous question,...

How to live with other humans (and find your missing shoe)

The other day, I got mad enough to finally pick up the muffin tin. It had been on the kitchen floor for . ....

The Kingdom of God on Twitter

When you join Twitter, the first thing you'll notice is a slow but steady trickle of tweets bitterly complaining about how terrible Twitter is....
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