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“Three to Tango”

“Three to Tango” by Katrina J. Zeno, MTS I love to tango. As a good, Catholic girl, my love for tango hasn’t always been easy to reconcile with my faith. Argentine tango has a steamy reputation, known for its intimacy and passion. But there’s another side to tango – the hidden, mystical side. And it’s this side that has transformed... Read More

“Theology of the Body and Humanae Vitae”

“Theology of the Body and Humanae Vitae” by Katrina J. Zeno, MTS Want to ruin your next Thanksgiving dinner? Try dropping this line in the midst of the conversation: “Did you know John Paul II said the conjugal act artificially deprived of its procreative capacity also ceases to be an act of love? Pass the potatoes please…” This is... Read More

“When the Script of Life Changes”

“When the Script of Life Changes” by Katrina J. Zeno, MTS Have you ever noticed that nobody gets the life they signed up for? I’ve talked to hundreds of women who enviously look at other women and think these women have the life they signed up for – they have the “perfect” marriage, job situation, or family mix; they never feel... Read More

“Catholicism Returns to Slovakia”

“Catholicism Returns to Slovakia” by Katrina J. Zeno, MTS Despite years of religious oppression, the faith of this Catholic country couldn’t be ripped out. The Slovak flag tells it all. *** April 13 and 14, 1951, changed the course of Catholicism in Slovakia. Without warning, the communist government invaded monasteries and cloisters,... Read More

  • "Man...cannot fully find himself except through a sincere gift of himself." (GS 24)