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Defining the Relationship… As Friends When I was in college I lived in a Catholic guy’s house for...
By Nick  •  July 26th, 2022
Defining the Relationship… As Friends
By Nick  •  July 26th, 2022

Defining the Relationship… As Friends When I was in college I lived in a Catholic guy’s house for the men of my campus ministry. We lived not just as roommates who shared the faith, but truly strived to live in an intentional community. We had a rule of life for our house which involved prayer,…

Boundaries for Guy-Girl Friendships
By Caroline A.  •  June 2nd, 2022

Once as I was walking to a college class with a guy friend, we ran into my very best friend on campus. As I was introducing them, he said “Hi! I’m Caroline’s boyfriend!” …Um, hello? He definitely wasn’t–especially because I had an actual boyfriend in a different city at that time. What about our friendship…

From Our Desire to be Loved… Deliver us, Jesus
By Alanis  •  May 31st, 2022

I recently treaded through very dangerous waters as I made the brave decision to pray the Litany of Humility. If this is the first time you’re hearing of this prayer, it basically involves a repeated petition for several desires/fears that we ask deliverance from in order to become… well, more humble. (i.e. from the fear…

How to Have a Good Conversation and Why it Matters
By Amber Charles  •  March 31st, 2022

In a recent study of 20,000 adults in the U.S. 46% said that they sometimes or always felt alone, 43% felt like their relationships were not meaningful, 20% said they rarely felt close to others, and out of the young adults surveyed, 40% said they experienced significant loneliness.  In a period of time when we…

How to Tackle the Issue of Same-Sex Attraction
By Cam B.  •  March 29th, 2022

Our culture has been confused about same-sex attraction for some time, and never more so than right now. For the past few decades, we’ve seen our foundational understanding of marriage evaporate before our very eyes to the point where most people are wholly unequipped to even define it. If you’d asked just about anybody from…

The Importance of Community
By Erick M.  •  June 10th, 2021

“As much as we love you and the work you do around here, you need more than we can offer. You need to take a leap of faith and go somewhere that can take you deeper.” At the time, those weren’t the words I wanted to hear. What I didn’t realize, however, was that God…

Practicals for Parents: Invest In the Relationship
By Erick M.  •  May 25th, 2021

Some may read the title and think, “well of course, I already do that.” If so, great! Nonetheless, I want to introduce another element to this that may be helpful. You see, investing in a relationship with your child can take many forms. Because you, as parents, play such a crucial role in their life,…

Book Study: Men, Women, and Mystery of Love.
By The Culture Project  •  July 28th, 2020

Take some time this summer to rest, reset, and read with the Culture Project! We’re revisiting an old favorite – Dr. Edward Sri’s highly practical book, Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love. This little book distills the wisdom of St. John Paul II’s seminal work, Love and Responsibility, into simple straightforward chapters with discussion…


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