Reflecting on Work in the Month and Year of St. Joseph

Reflection by Troy Timmerman For the past several years, I spent my summers doing concrete and masonry work. We worked hard; we were exposed to the elements; we created things from our work – foundations, basement walls, garage slabs, and floors. One striking part of our work was the somewhat scornful way the men on … Continue reading Reflecting on Work in the Month and Year of St. Joseph

Relationships – from the beginning

Do you know why a woman with many cats is called crazy? No matter how many cats a person might own, it will never be complementary to the human heart’s deepest longing. Our culture has blurred the lines and decreased the value of beauty in the differences between man and woman. We have substituted this … Continue reading Relationships – from the beginning

Patriotism

With looming political unrest, the election, and undoubtedly the largest organized worldwide shut down, justified or not, many whose spirits who might have been otherwise high, have found unrest and despair in a world unrecognizable from months previous... How do we combat unwanted bias in our lives, and replace it with a Catholic perspective? How does one reconcile a love of country when the country is in such a dismal state?

Jesus, School, and Family amidst this global pandemic

By Faith Hapka - President of CHEA Club School is back in session, covid cases are increasing, and autumn is just around the corner. Ithas been about six months since going to class in a physical classroom was allowed. Even now,some professors are choosing to remain online-only for various reasons as their family isimmunocompromised in … Continue reading Jesus, School, and Family amidst this global pandemic