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

Articles By Thomas Griffin

Let the Fire Fall

“While our lives might not have such visible experiences of God’s Spirit we all have Pentecost moments.” – Thomas Griffin


Have Annunication Receptivity

“Our mission from God is found in the commitments we currently find ourselves in. Other attempts to try and figure out God’s will are simply a fight against receptivity.” – Thomas Griffin


Make Easter Last

“If I am honest, the peak of Holy Week is profound but once Easter Sunday ends I go back to normal. This year, I am attempting to make that different.” – Thomas Griffin


Guadalupe Should Change You

“It was not that I doubted the importance of the Mother of God on our faith; I simply never experienced her. That all changed when we arrived on the holy ground of this Marian apparition.” – Thomas Griffin

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