Spent 2 hours driving around with a friend who just went through a bad break up then spent another hour or so skyping my best friend Patrick. I really do love my friends.

It’s going to be a good day. I’m wearing a new (to me) sweater from my TOR friend, I don’t have lab, and the STEELERS PLAYED BEAUTIFULLY LAST NIGHT. Not that I could see since I don’t have a TV, but I had the game on the radio and I swear football is almost more fun when you listen instead of watch.



Ok but can we talk about Catholics in the wizarding community? BEcause I think about Catholics in the wizarding community A LOT.

  • muggle-born Catholics who get visited not only by Dumbledore, but also by a bishop appointed to explain the Church’s stance on magic (it is neutral, and like all…

I’m glad other people worry about the Catholic students at Hogwarts.

(via uncloudedjoy)



Too liberal for the Trad/Conservative Catholics. Too trad/conservative for the Liberal Catholics. 

too universal for the Catholics…wait what

(via a-franciscan-spirit)

That moment when you pay the $200 for the GRE and the fact that you’re applying to grad schools for next year really begins to hit you in the face.

I think I’m going to mail a letter to my TOR Candidate friend at the end of every month. It’s already insanely long. Gosh, I cannot wait to see her.

I’m turning in my application for the Rome pilgrimage on Monday. Right now I’m going through and googling the places in the itinerary. I AM SO EXCITED. 

@gracefulstorm reblogged your photo and added:

*whistles and claps from the back of the class*…

Hehehe, thank you!

Since today the Scottish have voted to remain with Great Britain, I think we should ask for the intercession of Saint Margaret of Scotland. May the peace continue in Scotland over the results.

Catholic College Perks:

1. Professor in your class on medieval women being totally cool with you doing your research paper on your Confirmation saint.

2. Doing a thesis on anti-popery in the American colonies and your school just happens to have a collection of 17th century English pamphlets on the evils of the “Romanish church.”