Caitlin Sica

Caitlin Sica
Caitlin Sica received her MA in Theology through Notre Dame’s Echo Graduate Service Program. She currently teaches theology at a Catholic high school in New Hampshire and worked in parish ministry as a youth minister from 2012-2019.

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St. Augustine's Analogy for Understanding the Trinity

Posted by Caitlin Sica on Jul 11, 2019 10:21:28 AM

“Do you have any questions I can answer for you before your Confirmation?” This is the standard question I ask my sophomores in high school to conclude their Confirmation interview. Typically, I get a quick “Nope, I don’t think so,” or “What time is rehearsal again?” But the young man sitting before me looked up seriously, “Well, yeah, actually, one small thing—Jesus is the Son of God, right? But he’s also God? I’m just a little confused by that whole thing.” 

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Topics: doctrine, Trinity, formation, Revelation, St. Augustine

Remembering our baptism in the sign of the cross

Posted by Caitlin Sica on Jul 4, 2019 7:00:00 AM

Whether we realize it or not, every time we bless ourselves “In the name of the Father and of the Son and of Holy Spirit” (or “in-name-of-father-son-holy-spirit-amen” if we’re trying to eat dinner quickly), we are not only making a prayer to God, but we are recalling our baptism.

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Topics: baptism, Sign of the Cross, sacraments, vocation

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