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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....

Simcha Fisher: Five Catholic books for littlest kids (and also their...

The books we read as young kids stay with us for a lifetime, so I'm always on the lookout for books that not only...

Simcha Fisher: Parents, look for things you’re doing right

Like many people who constantly dole out advice, I'm constantly eaten up with self-doubt. Absolutely eaten up. For every 800 reassuring words I write, I...

Simcha Fisher: Why I guard my word-hoard

I keep a thesaurus in my bathroom. When I'm writing under deadline, I'm far more likely to consult an online version than a print...

Simcha Fisher: Give God your radishes

The shepherd's prayer and the rabbi's prayer will both be received if they are offered sincerely, because of who God is.

Simcha Fisher: 17 ways to make confession easier for your kids

Adult converts sometimes sheepishly admit that confession scares them. What they may not know is cradle Catholics often feel the same way. Very often,...

Simcha Fisher: When mankind has a tantrum

Someone asked, once again, how we can believe God is good when there's so much evil in the world. There are lots of ways to...

Simcha Fisher: How to write a speech

Twelve months before the date: Book the gig. Feel slick and accomplished. Sign a contract. Stipulate that you do not want to sleep in...

Simcha Fisher: Is Christmas alive in your heart?

Yes, I know it's the middle of Lent. That's why I'm asking, "Are you keeping Christmas alive in your heart?" It was only a few...

Simcha Fisher: It’s our job to teach the Church’s doctrine, and...

Another day, another essay about the cruel, unjust, inflexible Church forcing innocent people to suffer. We hear, for instance, that the Church wants women to...
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