How Do We Accept the Holiness of the Church Amidst the Sins of Her Members?
by Robert Mixa . December 2, 2020 .
Clear a Path
by Bishop Robert Barron . December 6, 2020 .
In our magnificent first reading from the prophet Isaiah, which is echoed in the words of John the Baptist in today's Gospel, a voice cries out: “Every valley shall be filled in, every mountain and hill shall be made low.” Advent is a great time for us to clear the ground, to make level the path, so as to facilitate what God, with all his heart, wants to do.
Doing Some Real Advent Spiritual Work
by Bishop Robert Barron . December 1, 2020 .
We will never be adequately prepared for the coming of the Savior unless and until we feel in our bones that there is something we need to be saved from. If we don’t require salvation, then Jesus devolves, very quickly, into one wise man among many, one more spiritual teacher…
What Peter and Christ Teach Us about Dealing with Past Sins
by Fr. Damian Ference . December 1, 2020 .
Wonder and Beauty: 5 Christmas Gift Suggestions for 2020
by Dr. Holly Ordway . November 26, 2020 .
Longing for the Savior
by Bishop Robert Barron . November 30, 2020 .
Advent, like Lent, is properly a penitential season. To enter into Advent, to prepare for the coming of the Savior, is to enter into our need for a Savior. How wonderful that on the First Sunday of Advent, the Church gives us a beautiful reading from the sixty-third chapter of…
“The War of the Worlds”: The 1950’s Sci-Fi Classic is Faith-Friendly
by Thomas J. Salerno . November 25, 2020 .