A National Examination of Conscience in a Divisive Time
by Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble . January 11, 2021 .
Balthazar’s Gift Is a Sophisticated, Complex Proclamation
by Mario Valdes . January 7, 2021 .
The God Who Enters Our Muddy Waters
by Bishop Robert Barron . January 10, 2021 .
The Gospel writers compel us, as it were, to pass through John the Baptist to get to Jesus; all four Gospels give us a version of Jesus’ baptism by John. But this baptism was embarrassing to the early Church, because it was interested in presenting Jesus as the…
“Love in the Ruins”: Walker Percy’s End of the World as We Know It
by Ellyn von Huben . January 5, 2021 .
Why We Need a Distribution of Power
by Bishop Robert Barron . January 5, 2021 .
A crucially important feature of Catholic social teaching, but one frequently underemphasized or misunderstood, is a clear animus against the concentration of power within a society. This perilous agglomeration can happen economically, politically, or culturally. By a basic and healthy instinct, Catholic social teaching wants power, as much as possible,…