The distribution of wealth is something which raises a good many hackles. I was on the radio recently about the …
The Holy Fathers have spoken of the need to make education available to the poor. It is one of the liberating tools of society, and makes possible solidarity and participation in culture. So is good education social justice? YES!!!
Henri de Lubac is just one of the coolest people who ever lived. Paradoxes of Faith is a collection of his short thoughts on various subjects. I want to present some of his thoughts in the chapter “Socialization.”
One of the disappointments that I feel over the reform of the Roman calendar is the loss of some of the saints from whom we could learn so much. I’m thinking today of St. Thomas Villanova.
The Western story behind this feast day is fascinating, but the true point is the meaning of the Cross. Cardinal Newman offers us his insight.
The wonder of the lives of the saints is that they are tangible bolts of blinding light coming from the simplicity of the incarnate Word. St. Omer, pray for us.
Caryll Houselander ought to be a household name. That she isn’t as much is a testament to her eccentricity and her love for the woman who pondered all these things in the her heart.