Voices — the latest columns and blog posts
This weekend, a group of friends and I trekked to the Catskills for our annual winter getaway. It’s the fourth year that my group of college…
“Hope of a Lifetime” by the magnificent acoustic duo The Milk Carton Kids has been speaking to me a lot lately. I’ve been especially drawn…
*Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t watched the season finale of Parks and Recreation, stop reading now and go watch it. Then read this: …
My memories of Sunday school from grades second through eighth are vague. I went for exactly two reasons: one, my mother made me, and two, the free…
Maybe you read part 1 of this blog. If you did, you’ll recall that I was struck by the motif—and brevity—of Mark’s Gospel this past Sunday…
Column and blog pages
Busted Halo contributors look at the intersection of faith and politics and examine the role of the Catholic Church in contemporary society.
Andy and Sarah share their thoughts and feelings about the joys, challenges and new discoveries of their first year of marriage.
Caitlin Kennell Kim, seminary grad, baby wrangler, ordinary radical, writes about the life of a convert in the Catholic Church and explores how faith and everyday life intersect.
Busted Halo contributors reflect on the spiritual moments they’ve experienced on vacation — finding God in all sorts of destinations.
Mike Hayes and guest authors give insight into the surprises of Pope Francis’ papacy, shedding light on how and why this pope is doing things a bit differently.
Megan Fincher shares her passion for the environment and simple living and contemplates how she can focus on God by re-focusing her choices.
Busted Halo contributors examine the spiritual themes of your favorite movies. Join us for a unique look at the intersection of faith and Hollywood.
Our writers invite you along on their journeys through Lent. Follow the play-by-play of their personal spiritual practices and share your own.
Vanessa Gonzalez Kraft tries to balance her traditional Mexican-American cultural heritage and Catholic identity, personified by her grandmother La Lupe, with her roles as a young wife and mother.
Rebecca Gallo is trying to put into practice the lessons she learned while walking The Camino. Follow along as she continues her spiritual journey — whatever that might mean.