It’s a constant temptation to manufacture an experience of our Catholic faith, to elevate the end result over the process of being or becoming faithful.Read more
On the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, three popes reflect on the mystery of the priesthood, and the Petrine ministry.
It’s arguable that Francis exercises his post immodestly. But, on the other hand, there might be some necessary excess he’s dealing with. Take time to consider that.
Let your yes mean yes and your no mean no. For whatever is more than these is from the evil one.
Acknowledging one’s sexual identity can be a catalyst for genuine humility, writes Timothy Kirchoff, but there is a point at which LGBT pride clearly constitutes what Aquinas would call sinful pride.
There is no more generous, other-centered person than my Grandfather, writes Charles Camosy.
A feminist conference should be uniting all women over issues everyone can agree on or building compromises on issues that are divisive, writes Joseph Jablonski.
If the Benedict Option is a call for retreat, then it is atomizing, writes Shaun Kenney. If it is a call for a mere collective of like-minded souls, then it is contrary to its own purpose.
Each of us can help Christians who are suffering persecution and genocide in the Middle East. Ian Speir outlines three ways you and your church can get involved.
In the second of the “Mentors and Heroes” series, New Testament theologian Wesley Hill praises his hedgehog professor, who explained what Scripture means, not just what it says.