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A chess board is set

Jesus Meant What He Said

As Christians engaged in the public square, we must be guided by a love of God and neighbor rather than a desire to see our own egos exalted and our enemies humiliated.

Jun 23, 2022
Money

Is It Just the Economy?

We tend to view the health of our nation and culture through the lens of the economy, captured by the 1992 Clinton campaign mantra, "It's the economy, stupid!" But man does not live by bread alone, and neither does a culture.

Jun 16, 2022
A chapel on an overcast day

Apocalypticism

As unsurprising as current examples of worldly demise should be, they must be interpreted in the context of the broader story of salvation history and through the lens of Christian hope.

Jun 9, 2022
A telescope at sunset

Perception and Providence

Just as telescopes and microscopes help us to see greater and deeper realities, faith and wisdom help us to encounter providence and the meaning in our lives.

Jun 2, 2022
A Catholic altar

The Communion Question

How are we to understand a bishop's decision to bar a politician from receiving Communion through a Catholic lens?

May 26, 2022
Shattered view

Missing Standards

Unless we can contextualize individual experience within the framework of reality, it cannot serve as the basis for debate or discourse.

May 19, 2022
Hong Kong

A Timely Letter to Mr. Diognetus

Amidst the headlines, it is right still for Christians to remember that they are first citizens of heaven, not of this earth or this country.

May 12, 2022
Justice statue

A Leak and an Earthquake

However this plays out, we will be living through an earthquake in American social and political life.

May 5, 2022
Greek columns

Classical Education and Priestly Formation

The classical education movement shows promise across the country, and the Vatican's approval of a new PPF will bring big changes to priestly formation.

Apr 28, 2022
A smart phone

Information Formation

Advances in entertainment and communications technology, when unmoored from human nature and the common good, can have disunifying effects.

Apr 21, 2022