What Peter and Christ Teach Us about Dealing with Past Sins
by Fr. Damian Ference . December 1, 2020 .
For Too Many Catholics, “Jesus Was Just a Great Teacher…”
by Robert Mixa . September 28, 2020 .
Walking to Jerusalem with Jesus, and Putting Up With a Lot
by Elizabeth Scalia . August 21, 2020 .
Israel Is Chosen for the World
by Bishop Robert Barron . August 16, 2020 .
One of the most distinctive (and scandalous) qualities of ancient Israelite religion is the insistence that Israel is the specially chosen people of God. Now, especially today, we have a problem with this sort of language; we much prefer the attitude of inclusivity. Well, this tension is not just a…
Mary Magdalene: A Living Blueprint for Effective Evangelization
by Rachel Bulman . July 22, 2020 .
St. Kateri Tekakwitha and the Crucible of Sanctity
by Fr. Steve Grunow . July 14, 2020 .
Here’s How Christian Action Is Distinct from Mere Activism
by Fr. Blake Britton . July 9, 2020 .
Heart of Jesus, Holy Temple of God
by Bishop Robert Barron . June 19, 2020 .
I’ve been reading, recently, a good deal of the work of Dietrich von Hildebrand—perhaps not a household name, but in fact one of the greatest Catholic philosophers of the last century. An inspiration to both John Paul II and Benedict XVI, von Hildebrand was designated by the Nazis themselves as…