Crucifixion in the Philippines

John Ergon Golpe ’24 Contributor The Philippines, known as the most fervently Catholic country in Southeast Asia, holds the decades-long … More

Prominent Black Saints

Baljot Rai ’24 February is Black History Month, a time to be aware of societal and cultural contributions of the … More

The Mormon Temple

Nathan Poklar ’24 Contributor Driving down Kenaston Boulevard near Bridgewater, you might notice a great brick building, decorated with stained … More

Solidarity in a COVID-19 World

Baljot Rai ’24 Contributor “Solidarity” is defined as unity or agreement, especially amongst people with similar interests. However, over the … More

A Guide to Hinduism

Yash Varma ’24  Contributor  Hinduism is the oldest and the third most practiced religion in the world, the predominant religion … More

Sinner Get Ready Review 

Alec Compton  ’22  Arts & Culture Editor  Faith is a complicated concept that means many things to many people. As much … More

The Three Gifts of Tomorrow

Myles Cesario ’21 Religion Editor In the Catholic Church there are three theological virtues that are interconnected and ultimately define … More