JULIANA PETTIS

Juliana Pettis grew up bouncing between the East Coast and Midwest in an Air Force family. Traveling from the time she was six months old, she learned that everyone and every area has a story to tell. Catholicism remained her anchor throughout her formative years fortifying that although life constantly changes, God is always faithful.

Juliana graduated from Seton Home Study School in 2017 and earned her B.A. in English, M.I.N. in History, and Professional Writing Certificate from University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2020. Her goal is to use history and writing to promote truth and beauty. Presently, she is pursuing a Masters in History from Liberty University.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

SINCE HE IS BREAD, WE MUST BE BREAD

Adam Bernard Chmielowski was born in the village of Igołomia in Poland on August 20th, 1845. Despite beginning his studies in Puławy at the...

CAMPION’S BRAG

December 1st marks the feast of a beloved, but not well-known saint. His name is St. Edmund Campion, SJ.  In 1540, Edmund was born to...

CONTEMPLATING HEAVEN

“And first behold the beauty of the place / Where all the saints with Christ in glory reign; / Where honor is not mixed...

BEGGING FOR GRACE

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CAUSE OF OUR JOY

From September 8th to September 15th, the Catholic Church traditionally celebrates the octave of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This devotion begins on the Feast...

A HOLY DUO

On July 26th, Holy Mother Church celebrated the feast of Sts. Joachim and Anne, the parents of Our Blessed Mother. Devotion to this duo...