What We Want to See versus Reality
The uproar around the Alabama Supreme Court decision handed down earlier this month, which defined human embryos as human beings, is only getting louder.
Utopias and the "Wisdom" of the World
Love, Sanctity, and Satisfaction
On Valentine's Day, soulmates, vocation, and human freedom.
Ritual and Renewal
The Super Bowl (and the morning after) serve as a reminder of the human urge to live according to the rhythms of the cosmos.
Remember the Sabbath
The habits invited by the Christian faith are not meant to be mainly burdensome - so why do we often view the Sabbath as a burden and a restriction?
A Culture of Life
For too long, believers have been cowed into silence by the insinuation that religion is a ‘private’ matter. Nonsense.
Truth, Power, and Justice
Martin Luther King's legacy is tied up in his conviction on the importance of natural law - a conviction that is often overlooked by activists in the present day.
SEEK and Taking Stock
The convergence of 24,000 young people in St. Louis, Missouri, for FOCUS's SEEK Conference says a lot about the future of the Church.
Relocating Misplaced Hopes
One resolution we may make this new year is to relocate any of our misplaced hopes amidst a politically charged world, steadying ourselves with each new day in the epic reality our faith gives us.
The Brutality of the Feast of the Holy Innocents
The Feast of the Holy Innocents seems to be a brutal intrusion on the festivity and cheer of the Christmas season. How can we allow it to inform our faith?