Bellator Scriptor

Molly Koop

A Window to the Divine

“We view art as inherently transcendent–a window to the Divine and to the innermost reality of the human person and the world.”

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Tommy Humphries

The Pope Who Loved

Fr. Tribou told us that he was somehow able to rest in that love, knowing he was convicted of sin, but loved in order to be better. Tribou, in turn, dedicated his life to loving us not because we were already worthy, but in order that we might become deserving.

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Erin Bayard

Taking Up the Cross Again

He wants us to use the bad to create more good. He wants us to pick up the crosses we have to bear and TAKE THEM WITH US while we follow Him.

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Jason Pohlmeier

Isaac Jogues, First American Martyr

Do you know what Isaac Jogues loved more than his fingers? Jesus, and Jesus’ people whom he was sent to serve. The very people who ate his fingers. Do you know what Isaac Jogues loved more than his own life? Jesus, and Jesus’ people whom he was sent to serve. The very people who put a tomahawk to his head.

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Franchelle Jaeger

The Martyrs and the Macabre

Absolutely anywhere and in any era we have endeavored to present Jesus to the world, we have been killed for it. It is the stuff of historical record and the seedbed of the Church.

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