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Simcha Fisher is a speaker, freelance writer and author of The Sinner's Guide to Natural Family Planning. She blogs daily at simchafisher.com and weekly at The Catholic Weekly. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and 10 kids.
FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
All my life, I’ve been waiting for Roe v. Wade to be overturned. Now it looks like it’s going to happen, and it does not feel great.
FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
But don't make a big show of it either. There is a fine line between being a witness and being a weirdo.
FaithLent Reflections
Simcha Fisher
A Reflection for the Saturday of the First Week of Lent, by Simcha Fisher.
A young boy has chocolate smeared on his face after eating dessert.
FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
A good rule of thumb for Lent: Be childlike, not childish.
FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
I have more or less settled on the idea that we’re meant to speak to God in our native tongues, and if that means humor, then that’s legitimate. But it’s important for there to be a line.
FaithFeatures
Simcha Fisher
What does the church really teach about this widely misunderstood process, and how does it play out in the lives of ordinary Catholics?
FaithAdvent Reflections
Simcha Fisher
A Reflection for the Tuesday of the Second Week of Advent
Death is there from the very beginning of ‘The Sopranos,’ and it’s telling you something (photo: Alamy).
Arts & CultureTelevision
Simcha Fisher
‘The Sopranos’ is ultimately about the day when Tony Soprano will not wake up.
FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
The Buttigieg discourse is about sexuality, class, money, work, fatherhood, legislation. But do you know what has not been talked about at all? The mother.
FaithFaith in Focus
Simcha Fisher
Surrendering bodily vanity is only the beginning of what happens to you when you become a mother.