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Here are some practical and prayerful guidelines to helping slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
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The reason Christians do not go to outrageous extremes over high medical statistics of miscarriage is simple really. We embrace life because we do not fear death.
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They may not realize it, but if modern catechumens loved and prayed Psalm 23 as children or adults, they were already preparing to become Catholic in the ancient tradition of the Church.
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Biological evolution will never fully account for humanity because we are persons, made in the image and likeness of God. It is not unreasonable to assume humanity began with a miracle.
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This entire, magnificent orchestration swirling in our universe is incredibly fine-tuned.
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Perhaps what will count at the hour of death is the journey, the way our whole life became our unceasing prayer — because through it all, year after year, day after day, we never gave up and never stopped trying to do better.
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Your prayers tell God that you choose to love, to know, and to serve Him. You have to pray often and you have to never stop trying, but you can rest assured that you are protected when you pray.
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Your prayers tell God that you choose to love, to know, and to serve Him. You have to pray often and you have to never stop trying, but you can rest assured that you are protected when you pray.
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Gaze out at the entire world. For all that is around you, all that you cannot see with your eyes, all that happened before, all that is to come, thank God for creating it—theistic EVERYTHING.
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Stacy Trasancos

Stacy Trasancos is the Executive Director of Bishop Strickland’s St. Philip Institute in Tyler, Texas. She has a doctorate in chemistry, a master’s in dogmatic theology, and seven children. She worked as a chemist for DuPont before converting to Catholicism and radically restructuring her life. She left her career to stay home with her kids, from there becoming a writer, speaker, and educator. She also teaches online theology courses for Seton Hall University and is a Fellow of the Word on Fire Institute. She is the author of Science Was Born of Christianity: The Teaching of Fr. Stanley L. Jaki and Particles of Faith: A Catholic Guide to Navigating Science (Ave Maria Press), which has also been published as a textbook for Catholic high schools and colleges. Dr. Trasancos lives with her family in Hideaway, Texas. With over three decades of scholarly pursuit and parenting experience, she is passionate about leading souls to Christ while keeping it real.