Thomas Griffin

Thomas Griffin teaches in the religion department at a Catholic high school, and lives on Long Island with his wife and son. He has a master’s degree in theology and is currently a masters candidate in philosophy. He is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Empty Tomb Project: The Magazine. Follow his latest content at EmptyTombProject.org

Articles By Thomas Griffin

Paul’s Conversion: Let Zeal Consume

“Change and revival come through a worthy cause being fought for by virtuous men and women; men and women who see their mission as life or death. They choose to be zealous like Paul, but Paul after Damascus, not before it.” – Thomas Griffin

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In the Name of Benedict

“This is what the name Benedict means for us: profound knowledge of a person who is alive today. To have deep faith and trust that Christ is closer to us than we think. Not just as a figment of our imagination, but as the real thing.” – Thomas Griffin 

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The Way of St. Andrew

“The way of St. Andrew is the way of humility and abandonment. It comes with knowing that when we set out to accomplish what God has asked of us, we do not need to worry about the accolades.” – Thomas Griffin

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John Paul II: The Light Always Wins

“For John Paul II, the beginning and the end were similar in that they were defined by difficulty and trial. In the midst of so much hardship and pain, he was looked upon as a beacon of hope.” – Thomas Griffin

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Angel Guardians and God’s Fatherhood

The word “angel” literally means “messenger of God.” Today we celebrate the feast day of Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and the archangels. Many people might think this feast is one of the more abstract ones, understandably so. But the angels truly have concrete impacts on the lives of disciples every single day. Investigating the impact each

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A Prayer for Teachers

“Teachers are critical leaders for our children and their ability to portray Christian virtues is what they are most remembered for. Let us pray for them, abundantly, as school begins again.” – Thomas Griffin

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Jesus’ Place in the Assumption

“Her Assumption reveals a key aspect of what it means to be Christian. We do not follow Christ because he is a great moral philosopher, but because being attached to him makes us who we were made to be.” – Thomas Griffin

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