God Help the Outcasts from Hunchback Of Notre Dame. I have always loved this song. It expresses the inner plead that I think that we all feel at some points in our lives. The doubt whether God is truly with us. The song is so selfless she is asking not for help for herself but rather those who are suffering around her, the beauty of giving even just a prayer. Not only this but it also reminds us that Christ was in a similar place as us he was view as an outcast at the end of his life here on earth. I think this song is beautiful and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
I am on the eboard (leaders of the group) of my pro life group at school. Just from having two or three meeting with the other heads of the group have just brought me that much closier to God. We share our highs and lows of the day and I can feel the sharing of God’s love without talking directly about him. This group of people inspire me so much! I am so thankful for students for life. Such a loving group!❤️
Today i was tragically informed that one of my sister close friends committed suicide. Please keep my sister and her friend (and the friend’s family) in your prayers. It saddens me to see this like this happening so often. I know for me personally i have had friends who have had suicidal thoughts or even attempts and it is scary. Pray for all those who are depressed and need to be shown God’s love in their lives! And please if you are having these thoughts contact this number
1 (800) 273-8255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
You are loved and needed!
Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.
A director at my old high school recently got fired. They have not released why at this time. Can everyone please keep him in your prayers.
Artists are known for their openness and sympathy towards others. This statement is dicey and not always true. Let me explain; I believe that most artists are the most charismatic people you will ever meet, but not as open to different views, as they appear to be. They are just like everyone else for the most part, open to their own beliefs, and if you don’t believe the same thing, you are being judgmental. In my personal experience, I have felt this judgment because I do not share the same views as the rest of the artistic community.
I am a actor, singer, and artist but, I am also a devoted Catholic. You may ask, what does this have to do with anything. There are things that I, as a Catholic firmly believe that is not accepted by most artists, such as the Catholic views on gay marriage, transgenders, sex/dating, usage of drugs/alcohol, and the Pro-Life movement. On this blog, I will share my own personal stories, struggles and testimonies about these subjects (and much more).