We are Problem Solvers

Mattias A. Caro

No matter what we achieve, the perfect and ideal is still outside of our grasp.

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Piety at the Parish

Stephen Adubato

At the root of devotional practices is the devotees’ deep awareness of their need for the Mystery of God’s infinite love

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Review: Aesthetics by Detrich von Hildebrand

Anthony M. Barr

Hildebrand is deeply invested in helping us see that beauty is objective, external, and disinterested.

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A Reflection on Commencement 2019

Michael D'Emic

The unspoken commencement address we should hear each year. 

Christ Delights in Me

Mattias A. Caro

God delights in us. It's a strange concept really.

Fostering a Stay Against Political Absolutism

Bart Price

It’s hard to become political absolutists when we share community with others of unlike mind.

Do we suck at prayer?

Bo Bonner

Don’t make a half-assed nod at prayer and then say it can’t change anything.

Losing Two Giants of the Faith

Casey Chalk

Remember the legacy of two great professors of theology in the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

Let's Not Do Men's Stuff

David Mills

"Pep talks and rallies don’t make a man feel like a man. At most, I think, they make men feel like they’re feeling like men."

Lent is for Remorse

Anthony M. Barr

The remorse we strive for in Lent builds the anticipation of the Gloria of Easter. 

On Starting Lent

Kyle Herrington

Lent should not be a “over and done with” season, but should be a time of forming a virtuous life in Christ.