Theology

November 18, 2016

‘The Face of Mercy’: A New Film Explores Sister Faustina’s Vision for Us All

Mercy and forbearance. In this post-election season, as too many people are losing their collective minds and acting like terrified children instead of rational adults, the
November 24, 2016

Black Friday Pictures and Pope Francis Quotes

Pope Francis has been a leading critic of consumerism. Black Friday shows why. Here are a collection of quotes by Pope Francis with pictures of the
November 30, 2016

Advent and the Politics of Hope

Advent is upon us—a season of hope, of expectation, and traditionally of penance as we turn toward the savior to be born of the Virgin in
January 16, 2017

Break Your Silence: Speak About Amoris Laetitia!

It has been 600 days since I last composed a blog post, but this is so important I am breaking my hiatus. Almost exactly 1600 years
May 9, 2017

Why Catholics should read new book “Littlest Suffering Souls”

If your only hope is in this fragile, fraught life, then suffering of any sort is an affront. Atheist understanding of life is so narrowed by
June 2, 2017

Book Review: “The Lion of Münster” by Fr. Daniel Utrecht

Blessed Clemens August Graf von Galen is a name that deserves to be better known in the United States. Fr. Daniel Utrecht of the Oratory’s faith-filled
July 15, 2017

Updated: Pope Benedict’s Dramatic Telegram to a Dubia Cardinal (Original Translation + Commentary)

Cardinal Joachim Meisner’s funeral was celebrated today. Cardinal Meisner was one of the four Cardinals to submit a dubia to Pope Francis asking the pope to