Sir Pieter-Paul Rubens; Assumption of the Divine and Holy Virgin Mary In August we unofficially celebrate the devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary in the Catholic Church, her burning love for God and her maternal love for all humanity. This Thursday (August 15th) we will be celebrating arguably the biggest Marian feast: the Assumption … Continue reading The Assumption of Mary and the Rosary
Lent, the preparation for the passion and resurrection of our Lord, is starting this Wednesday. In a similar manner, we are called to die to ourselves and rise again with Him. “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” (1 Cor 15:55) With this in mind, for this Lent and Easter I decided … Continue reading You were made for greatness
I was 9 years old when my father took me to the movies to watch 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring'. I had the pleasure of sharing my first watch just with him, which became one of the most precious memories of my childhood. It is probably the most impacting movie … Continue reading The Call to Adventure
We are drawing closer and closer to celebrating Christmas, the day that Christ came into the Earth. Many use this date as an excuse to get together and eat, drink and be merry, which in and of itself is not wrong. However it is easy to miss what is the true source of joy on … Continue reading A foolish Christmas
Welcome! I'm a philosophy student, a practicing Catholic active in youth ministry, who is looking to grow in his faith and understanding. This blog will be composed of short reflections on various topics (with a Slovene and Spanish translation in each post), from Bible readings to the occasional longer philosophical review on different movies, books … Continue reading The quest begins!