Ed. Ariel Hobbs

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Editor of Liturgical Theology (Fall 2019-Current)
Theology Major, Class of 2022

The Catholic University of America
St. John Paul II Society, Spring 2019
Thomas Aquinas Cum Laude Award, Fall 2019
Writer Since Spring 2019

Ariel has always had a love of books, even claiming as a child that her favorite word was “bibliophilic.” Through her love of books, she developed a passion of writing, which helped draw her in to the opportunity of writing for Clarifying Catholicism. As a theology and psychology double major, she hopes to one day teach two subjects that are very dear to her or minister to the Church through her expertise in them. Though teaching is an aspiration of hers, she is open to wherever God calls her. Her favorite topic in theology is liturgical theology, as it is through the sacraments that she feels most drawn to Christ. She has much experience with practical liturgical work, in the sacristy and helping plan large-scale liturgies. Her favorite saints include Sts. Padre Pio, Monica, John Bosco and Our Lady of Fatima. 

Current Articles:

Who Cares About the Latin Mass?

Mary’s Grace Filled Assumption

A Defense of Masculinity

 

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