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Fathers on filmJaymie Stuart Wolfe

Twenty or 30 years ago, the media seemed intent on portraying dads as uninvolved and stupid. Now, it rarely bothers to portray them at all. That's only one of the countless ways women have been encouraged ...

In every age Jaymie Stuart Wolfe

Time flies, whether you're having fun or not. I seem to notice it most when someone close to me reaches a milestone anniversary or birthday, not so much when I do. This week, my mom turns 90, and ...

Following the routeJaymie Stuart Wolfe

The Catholic internet has been very busy lately, mostly debating and dissecting one fervent young man's commencement speech at a small Catholic college in Kansas. But while endless hash and rehash ...

Ascended into heaven Jaymie Stuart Wolfe

There are feasts, and then there are Feasts-with-a-capital-F. Everyone puts Christmas and Easter into the high holy days category, and practically nobody puts the Ascension there. But they should. Whenever ...

The kingdom of ChristJaymie Stuart Wolfe

Easter is high season for the sacraments. First Communions, Confirmations, weddings, and Ordinations fill our spring calendars. And there's good reason for that. The Resurrection of Jesus signals ...

Wounds, not scars Jaymie Stuart Wolfe

The deep and mysterious truth we celebrate at Easter is overwhelming. So much so, that we won't spend just the next 50 days unpacking it, but the rest of our lives, indeed whatever remains of human ...

Confronting the crossJaymie Stuart Wolfe

Holy Week is just around the corner, which means the biblical descriptions of Christ's Passion are, too. Whips, nails, a crown of thorns: the Gospel accounts are so familiar that it can be difficult ...

Spring does come Jaymie Stuart Wolfe

Winter is long, especially if you live in a place where "cold" means temperatures below freezing -- and not just at night or for a day or two. That's why the etymology of the word "Lent" used to make ...