Posts Tagged ‘As It Was’
The Joy-Filled World of Dude Perfect
If you have spent anytime on the internet in the last few years you have almost definitely seen a video by Dude Perfect! The group has spent years mastering the impossible, draining world-record breaking trick shots and entertaining the world in the process.
In this episode Bridget and Darnell talk about Dude Perfect, their contagious joy, and how seeking joy while serving God can lead to some unexpected results!
Failing at New Year’s Resolutions
After completely failing to begin any semblance of New Year's Resolutions, Darnell decided to finally sit down to figure it out. With the help of St. Augustine, and quick trip deep down the rabbit hole of our experience of time, he develops less of a structured set of resolutions and more of a guiding philosophy for the New Year.
Art and the Common Good
Art is powerful. It challenges us to see things from new perspectives and can transform our hearts and minds. We talk to a Houston native GONZO247, a graffiti artist and muralist whose own life was transformed by art, about the importance of art, community and the intersection of the two. He talks about start, influences and the breadth of his impressive career.
Letter of His Holiness Pope John Paul II to Artists
Protest is Prayer
The cry for justice heard through protests and demonstrations across the country are not new, they are echoes of the psalms. Darnell Miller identifies the parallels and shares resources so as a Church we work towards affirming the dignity of all people.
Seeing the Silver Lining
The past month has been strange, but in the midst of all the stress and anxiety brought about by coronavirus there has been a silver lining — the turn to social media to support and continue building community.
Find Your Saint Posse
What originally started as a project to look at Saints whose lives we could use as examples of how to seek God through this COVID-19 pandemic quickly turned into an exercise to identify Saints that could become part of your posse - that is Saints you can grow with.
Fr. Tom Rafferty, Pastor of St. Anthony of Padua