Why is the Church Unwilling to Change?

Thomas Griffin 1/31/23 Follow My Blog Read “Empty Tomb Project: The Magazine” “The Church is too traditional and old-fashioned,” remarks the masses on social media and major news outlets. “Why doesn’t the Church get with the times on so many issues?” asks countless Catholics who have decided to leave the Church and no longer practiceContinue reading “Why is the Church Unwilling to Change?”

Paul’s Conversion: Let Zeal Consume

Thomas Griffin 1/25/23 (For SpiritualDirection.com) Follow My Blog Read “Empty Tomb Project: The Magazine” EXCERPT: “Zeal for persecuting Christians turned into zeal for speaking Christ’s name after Paul’s road trip to Damascus. However, his knife turned into preaching and towards his pen. He would do anything to bring Jesus to the ears of those whoContinue reading “Paul’s Conversion: Let Zeal Consume”

There Are No Lepers: Keep Marching for Life

Thomas Griffin 1/19/23 Follow My Blog Read “Empty Tomb Project: The Magazine” Reflection Begins at 20 Minutes Thomas Griffin is the chairperson of the religion department at a Catholic high school on Long Island where he lives with his wife and two sons. He has a masters degree in theology and is the Founder andContinue reading “There Are No Lepers: Keep Marching for Life”

Remembering Pope Benedict XVI: Encounter and Truth

Thomas Griffin 1/3/23 (For The Federalist) Follow My Blog Read “Empty Tomb Project: The Magazine” Excerpt: “In his encyclical (formal letter written by a pope) called Deus Caritas Est (“God is Love,” in English), Benedict noted, “Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person,Continue reading “Remembering Pope Benedict XVI: Encounter and Truth”

Bishop Barron’s Words on President Biden

Thomas Griffin 12/2/22 Follow My Blog Read “Empty Tomb Project: The Magazine” As abortion laws continue to drive headlines across America, Bishop Robert Barron (a renowned Catholic speaker, writer, founder of Word on Fire Ministries and recently installed bishop of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester in southern Minnesota) published one of the few written critiques byContinue reading “Bishop Barron’s Words on President Biden”