Bellator Scriptor

On Freedom

I have hope that, one day, the mention of freedom in this country will no longer be a reminder of a unjust system, our flag will no longer be a symbol of a broken struggle for equality, but something we will all be able to celebrate with joy and pride as we look back on the hard work and progress we made when we came together. 

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Amori Nauman

On Freedom

I have hope that, one day, the mention of freedom in this country will no longer be a reminder of a unjust system, our flag will no longer be a symbol of a broken struggle for equality, but something we will all be able to celebrate with joy and pride as we look back on the hard work and progress we made when we came together. 

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Jason Pohlmeier

For Freedom

His passion, death, resurrection, and ascension set us free not as a means to any other thing, but for freedom’s own sake.

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Kristi Bentley

The Apostolate of Family

When I really started forming an identity in my faith as an individual, there was a word that was often used that stuck with me from the very beginning.

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Anna Ostrom

Aspiring to Pray

Discovering that I didn’t have to be a daily communicant, or pray a rosary daily, or spend time in Adoration perfectly was so freeing.  I can practice the presence of God in my daily work even when feeling overwhelmed from the daily demands. 

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Elizabeth Jara

Pursuing Perfection

He took me to an authentic Persian restaurant in Los Angeles, and over dinner, he told me the story of the “Persian Flaw”.

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Angie Elser

Charity is Clarity

As one of the Theological virtues (along with faith and hope), charity can be done in everyday circumstances and at any time.

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Amy Schluterman

Take Up Your Cross

Never before have I considered that cross to be my own, waiting to be adorned with my suffering, my sacrifices.

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