Veronica Arntz

Veronica Arntz

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Veronica Arntz graduated from Wyoming Catholic College with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, which included courses in humanities, philosophy, theology, and Latin, among others, using the Great Books of Western thought. The title of her senior thesis was, “Communio Personarum Meets Communionis Sacramentum: The Cosmological Connection of Family and Liturgy.” She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology from the Augustine Institute.

Noble Beauty, Transcendent Holiness

Contemplating the Word and the Annunciation

Contemplating the Word and the Annunciation

The Faith of St. Thomas Aquinas

Ascending to the Divine During Advent: Avoiding the Spiritual Sin of Acedia

Ascending to the Divine During Advent: Avoiding the Spiritual Sin of Acedia

Clinging to the Tree of Jesus Christ: Looking at Hope through St. Augustine

Clinging to the Tree of Jesus Christ: Looking at Hope through St. Augustine

In Imitation of the Blessed Mother: Receiving the Word of God in Silence

In Imitation of the Blessed Mother: Receiving the Word of God in Silence

The Spirituality of Work: Perspectives from Pope St. John Paul II

Death is Overcome: The Power of the Resurrection

Bonaventure

St. Bonaventure: Centered on Christ

Why is Life Good?

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