Josh Hinchie

Josh is a senior at the University of Tulsa, majoring in Philosophy.

St. Ignatius’s Rules for the Internet

At the very beginning of his famous Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius of Loyola includes the following “Presupposition”. Though brief, its message is radical: “Any good...

Guess Who’s Catholic: 20 Unlikely American Converts

On January 4, it’ll be the feast day of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first native-born American citizen to be canonized a saint. Elizabeth,...

Church Doctors: Curing Your Heresy, Not Your Flu

Who are the Doctors of the Church? Are they some weird Catholic medical society that gets called in when the priest’s homily puts someone...

God Mend Thine Every Flaw: Chesterton on Patriotism

Is it possible to be both Christian and patriotic? In the United States, we run into a lot of Christians whose patriotism is so...

St. Augustine: Patron Saint of Poor Life Choices

1643 years ago, a poor North African farm boy left his hometown for the big city to study rhetoric and chase women. Like many...

What is Religious Life? A Quick Introduction

What is Religious Life? Religious life: if you’re reading this article, you’re probably not living it. Neither are most of the people you know. Huh? Wait,...