[class*="animate"] > * { opacity: 1; }
Your generosity today will spread truth, defeat lies, and contribute to the restoration of our culture.



Page 28 of 42
My Dad & Making Things New
By Josef Lang  •  September 14th, 2019

What do you want? What do you need? Almost twenty years ago I held in my hands a small wooden flute in the form of an elephant. It was my favorite toy that week, and it was broken. Lucky for me, we had something special in our house. This thing fascinated me. This thing was…

Unexpected Pregnancy: 7 Ways to Help
By Julia Pritchett  •  September 12th, 2019

I remember the day a close friend of mine told me she was pregnant. There I was, excited and nervous as I maneuvered around my college orientation. In just a few short weeks, I would be a freshman and living the life. So, when I received her text letting me know she was pregnant, I…

Let Yourself Be Loved
By admin  •  September 10th, 2019

People – I love people more than anything in the world and there is rarely a time when I will refuse someone their sincere request for my help. If you’ve ever seen The Princess Bride then you’d know what I mean when I say that, ‘As you Wish’, sometimes seems to be my life’s motto. …

Fall Training 2019 Week 1
By Koji de Ramos  •  September 8th, 2019

After a long time apart, we are back together for another time of training and formation. This time for six weeks in the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington New York. Long travel days tend to be exhausting on all levels. Our objective for Arrival Day was very simple: arrive. After settling in and…

A Strong Woman is a Joyful Woman
By Nathan Maurer  •  September 7th, 2019

First, allow me to lay a bit of a foundation: I am a man.  Because of this, I don’t have experiential knowledge of what I’m about to write about (as in, I’ve never been a woman).  However, I do have an outsider’s perspective from growing up with and interacting with incredible women my entire life.…

Body Insecurity
By Alyssa Sanchez  •  September 5th, 2019

The dressing rooms are the worst part. Turning around to look at yourself in the mirror and feeling less than pleased with the result stinks.  “Why doesn’t anything look good on me?” I would ask myself.  I’ve spent many shopping days grazing through the racks of clothing and picking out dozens of items. I’d take…

“Emotional Chastity” Makes No Sense
By Jimmy Duffy  •  September 3rd, 2019

Since joining The Culture Project, I have been part of numerous discussions regarding the concept of “emotional chastity.” The idea is simple: that the effects of what we say in conversation or the emotional motivations behind our actions (especially in the context of situations of flirting and conversations with the opposite sex) need to be…

Scientific Proof You’re Amazing
By Joel Feldpausch  •  August 24th, 2019

I am not a fan of science. Let’s get that out there now, so that nobody thinks I’m nerding out in this blog. I am also terrible at science. Mr. Byers, Mr. Acre, and Mr. Bright can attest to that thanks to my grades in chemistry, biology, and physics. This is not a blog revealing…


Subscribe

Get encouraging articles and resources from The Culture Project and stay up to date on the pulse of what is affecting teens today.

Join 30,342 others