Pier Giorgio Frassati: Party Hats and a Love for the Poor
by Elizabeth Scalia . July 4, 2019 .
by Bishop Robert Barron . December 16, 2018 .
Like most of the prophets, Zephaniah trades in a fair amount of doom and gloom—but he also dreams of the great day of victory and vindication. The Apostle Paul—the former rabbi Shaul, who had studied the prophets and their works under the great teacher Gamaliel—came to see that in the Paschal Mystery, in the dying and rising of Jesus, the totality of Zephaniah’s message was realized. The destruction that Zephaniah and the others foresaw came massively true in the destruction of Christ’s body on the cross. However, having gone all the way down, God in Christ brought the human race all the way up. Therefore, rejoice!
Saint G.K. Chesterton? An Interview with Dale Ahlquist
by Brandon Vogt . June 25, 2018 .
The High Priestly Prayer
by Bishop Robert Barron . May 13, 2018 .
As the Easter season draws to a close, we hear from one of the most magnificent passages in the Gospel of John—namely, the high priestly prayer of Jesus the night of the Last Supper. It is by far the longest discourse by Jesus anywhere in the New Testament, and it contains the seeds of Christian spirituality in its entirety.