Hi! Welcome! My name is Andrea Quinn. I am a young woman, beloved of God, striving to live out my Catholic Christian faith in the world, and share the love and mercy of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible. I graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in 2017, and recently completed my Masters of Architecture. Originally from Ontario, Canada, I am passionate about many, many things. I love books, languages, handwritten letters, forests, singing and long, deep conversations. You can often find me reading or spending time immersed in nature. Honesty and compassion are two traits I highly value, and one of my favourite things in life is getting a glimpse of the life experience and beautiful uniqueness of individual people. It is my firm belief that the best stories are not fictional.

A short disclaimer… please do keep in mind that I am only one of over 1 billion Catholics worldwide, and the more I learn, the more I realize how little I really know and understand. If you disagree with any theology presented in my posts, please seek out further information yourself. Don’t take my word for it. There are thousands of years worth of scholars who have dedicated their lives to interpreting and understanding Christian teachings, presenting many different perspectives. As Canadian theologian Bernard Lonergan would say, we are each responsible for being attentive, intelligent, reasonable and responsible human beings. These personal writings are part of my own efforts to be a seeker of truth, beauty and goodness in the world.

Thank you for visiting!

andreaquinn94 [at] gmail.com



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