This recent election season was just one more in a long line of cultural case studies illustrating how politics and government can bring out the worst in the people ... Read More
“Whoever knows well how to distinguish the Gospel from the Law should give thanks to God and know that he is a real theologian.”
—Martin ... Read More
It is easy to experience disequilibrium at Cambridge.
The first event during my recent visit to the University of Cambridge was dinner. When I sat down, I ... Read More
Sitting adjacent to me was my dear and beloved friend Amy, the friend that was popular with all our classmates. The one with perfectly placed hair, a charming ... Read More
“You shall therefore lay up these words of mine in your heart and in your soul, and you shall bind them as a sign on your ... Read More
(Written by Veritas third grade teacher, Mrs. Katie Zappitella)
The dreaded question…... Read More
Ding. Buzz. Vibrate. Flash. Click. Tap. Swipe.
There are days the constant noise I hear coming from my phone overwhelms me. There are times late in the ... Read More
I don’t know about you, but my family likes to do something. We’re not big fans of sitting still. And I wouldn’t expect it any other way in these beautiful ... Read More