Here’s a little more about the blog. I started it because I’m young and I’m forming a lot of opinions, so I wanted a place to write them down. Also, I like talking about this stuff. It’s interesting. And I have a big mouth, and I like getting my two cents in. So there you go.
This blog will contain what I think is important or interesting, but eventually it will always loop back around to the Common Good-a term used by the brilliant St. Thomas Aquinas. Boiled down to its bare essentials, it basically means everything is acting the way it should. For a much better definition check out this article: http://www.aquinasonline.com/Questions/relatvsm.html
I’ll deviate occasionally and post stuff I think is cool or fun now and then too. It’s also important to note that this will all come from a Catholic perspective. However, I will not be using this blog to debate with Protestants. I once read that now, Rohan and Gondor are on the same side. That’s how it’s going to be on this blog.
The Patron Saint of the blog is St. John the Baptist. He was the “Voice of one crying out in the wilderness, ‘Prepare ye the way of the Lord'”. Hopefully this blog will humbly follow in his footsteps.
I hope you get some enjoyment out of it.
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