Author: Will Sipling

Before my current work and studies at the University of St. Thomas Catholic Studies department, I wrote my thesis at Dallas Theological Seminary on "mere" sacramental theology, focusing on the Eucharist and the robustness of ancient Christian practices. My current research interests are within the subjects of social theory, psychology of religion, church history, sacramental theology, and liturgical theology. You can read more at

Summa 365 – Reading Aquinas in a Year

If you’re looking to learn more about the Church’s theology and philosophy, there are hardly better sources than the Angelic Doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas. Enroute offers a convenient way to get a daily dose of St. Thomas’ influential work, Summa Theologica. They have a daily newsletter that, for 365 days, will send you a bite-sized […]

The Cradle of Prayer

The Cradle of Prayer is a website which houses recordings of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer Morning and Evening Daily Office. Each of the weekly prayers is recorded by a lector and a cantor, meaning you can hear all the call-and-response parts of the Office. Go to The Cradle of Prayer