From the Perspective of Faith
The Church can only be truly understood from the perspective of faith, and the greater the earthly tumult, the more clearly her divinity shines through.
Clawing for Answers
What is technology? Is it a god? Is it a distraction? Without an answer, our brave new world has no destination.
The Growing Fault Lines
In the West, as competing visions of the world grow increasingly apart, we are forced to ask concerning some of the most controversial issues: is compromise even possible?
Something (Someone) More
Despite the empirical, materialist attitude taken by modern culture, a majority of Americans report believing in something for which science has not provided evidence: intelligent alien life.
Aware of past sins and grateful to God and the countless individuals who have sacrificed for the cause of liberty and justice, it is an honor to be part of the American experiment.
The weight of Christ's humility in choosing to enter into material Creation in the Incarnation and the Eucharist has ever been too much for mortal minds to bear.
Freed from Self-Invention
Not only is the current fixation on total self-invention based on an attempt to push aside laws of reality – it's also boring and exhausting.
A Chesterton Academy opens in Iraq; Nigeria suspends Twitter indefinitely; the Prime Minister is married in a Catholic church.
To the Next 200 Years
The Basilica of the Assumption in Baltimore presents the story of Catholicism in America in a way words alone never could.
Memorial Day, Catholic Style
As Christ himself taught that there is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one's friends, we remember the service rendered to us by those who gave all for our sake.