Scorsese is saying that it is possible to deny Christ, to spend one’s life in public acts of betrayal, and yet to really still have a loving relationship with God in our private hearts. Sorry, Marty. You have to lose the apostasy or the cross. You can’t have both.Read More
Fortunately, recent years have brought a renaissance in sacred architecture, with architects such as Duncan Stroik and James McCrery designing a collection of beautifully-designed, traditional churches. That trend is also manifest in the growing number of traditional renovations recently, a number of which can be seen below.Read More
Beneath the fair Moon’s watch tonight,
Her mantle’s warmth enfolds my walks.
Still shivers from a chill not right,
Shrill malice from the shadow stalks.
The cardinals have taken a necessary and courageous step in an effort to protect the holiness of the Church, its faithfulness to the teachings of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, and its faithfulness to the Church’s traditional teachings on faith and morals that have Our Lord’s teachings through Scripture and tradition as a foundation.Read More
I am filled with hope because I believe Mr. Trump and his administration will listen to and work for all Americans during his presidency.Read More
Cardinal Bernardin pointed out that there is a hierarchy among the issues. “The fundamental human right is to life – from the moment of conception until death. It is the source of all other rights, including the right to health care.”Read More
I suggest that we have allowed Trump’s incidents of sexual objectification of women to distract us and silence us from fighting a far more total, far more lethal form of objectification, Hillary’s. Are we as women of faith holding Donald Trump to an unattainable, unrealistic standard, an ideal that has no female corollary?Read More
The humble Maximos the Hutburner, thought by some to be a holy fool because he would burn his home and move whenever other monks came to live near him, constantly prayed to the Mother of God.Read More