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Awakening the Catholic
Receiving the Promise
The standard by which we as Christians judge what is important or to be considered failure is not the standard the world uses: our standard is the Cross.
Traditionalist, Progressive: Sorting Out the Catholic Tradition
During the last many decades, Catholic life has been dominated by the question of tradition: what it is, whether and how it is important, and how it should take its place in the life of faith.
This Week: It has been said that God writes straight with crooked lines. The origins of the Basilica of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows might provide an example of that kind of oblique writing.
This recognition that there is something deeper to life than trivialities calls people to stand for something, and hopefully such conviction could eventually rise to the level of being willing to die for something. Until you are willing to die for something, life is not worth living.
Friendship and the University (and the Ocean)Learn more about Friendship and the University (and the Ocean)
The Uniqueness of the Church
The Church is unique among human institutions and organizations: it is not only a human thing, but like Christ himself is both human and divine, a continuation of the Incarnation.