Quang Tran wonders whether we could learn a thing or two about catechetics from a popular comedy.
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Quang was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. He graduated from Fordham University after a year of studies in Beijing and completed his M.Div. at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley. Growing up Viet, Yat (Nawlinian), and Jesuit played no small part in his craze for cultures, languages and, above all, good food. Quang was ordained a priest in 2015.
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A New Lent, and a New (Lunar) New Year
Often, the Lunar New Year and the start of Lent overlap. This year is no different. Quang Tran considers the common ground that the two share.
Crossed by the Cross: Worth Reading
Is there shame in faith? Quang Tran explore the work of an author who thinks so – and still believes.
Jesus is Back! Now What?
Quang Tran learns about the perils of looking like – let alone being – the Son of Man.
Prophet or Freak
Quang Tran looks at some comments by a cast member of “Two and a Half Men” that leave him wondering about the line between prophecy and lunacy.
Praying #bittertweets with @Pontifex
@Pontifex won’t join the ranks of active twitterers until tomorrow, but he’s already received more than a few #bittertweets. Quang Tran says there’s little to do but pray them.
A N’walins Neighborhood Tribute to the Twinkie
Native New Orleanian Quang Tran eulogizes the Twinkie in Crescent City style.
Bieber: The Baddest Thing Since Michael Jackson?
The difference between Bieber and Taylor Swift is as wide as “never ever” and “Never Say Never.” Quang Tran explains why.
When Cakes Fly
Quang Tran has a look behind the headlines at the recent Timberlake/Biel nuptials