Days of Silent Stillness: Like Chesterton, You Are Allowed Two
by Elizabeth Scalia . December 26, 2019 .
Bishop Barron on Advent: Dreaming Big
by Bishop Robert Barron . December 19, 2019 .
The first reading and Gospel for the fourth Sunday of Advent remind us that religion is not about sufficiently impressing a reluctant God, but rather opening our hearts and minds to the great things God wants to do for us.
A Mass of Comfortable Familiarity and Ardent Longing
by Elizabeth Scalia . November 7, 2019 .
Making a Holy Hour? Here Are Some Reading Recommendations for Adoration
by Elizabeth Scalia . October 24, 2019 .
Persistence in Prayer
by Bishop Robert Barron . October 20, 2019 .
The Bible and the great Tradition are massively interested in prayer, especially the prayer of petition. There are many types of prayer—meditation, contemplation, adoration, etc.—but the most basic and most practiced form of prayer is the prayer of petition, of asking God for something. Studies have shown that everyone prays,…
Jesus May Not “Need” Our Adoration, But He Asked for It
by Elizabeth Scalia . October 10, 2019 .