The New (& the Old) Evangelization

The Church in Exile

By Joe Tremblay

"I have loved justice and hated iniquity; therefore I die in exile." -Pope St. Gregory VII T.S. Eliot once said, “When the Christian is... (Read more)
If anyone’s vocation deserved to be free from the hardships it was St. Joseph’s. After all, he was given the exalted task of... (Read more)
In his Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius of Loyola has us meditate on the Crib of Christ during Advent. And to help explain these spiritual... (Read more)
If you ever watched the History or Discovery Channel you may have come across progressive theologians or historians who dismiss out of hand... (Read more)
The entertainment industry does exceptionally well in highlighting the advantages and thrills of falling in love. What it doesn’t do so well... (Read more)
“Ten Republicans joined with all Democrats in a 64-32 vote to pass the proposed Employment Non-Discrimination Act, known as ENDA. Ten... (Read more)
“To avoid the confrontation with death is a refusal to live life to its fullest.” Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete goes on to say, in his article,... (Read more)
According to a recent Pew Research study entitled, “U.S. Religious Landscape Survey,” less than half of Catholic parishioners believe that... (Read more)
Frederick Nietzsche, a 19th century atheistic philosopher from Germany, broke new ground in his day by boasting that “God is dead.” Still... (Read more)
Crescendo is a short film based on the diary of Maria Beethoven, mother of Ludwig van Beethoven. Pattie Mallette, mother of pop artist,... (Read more)

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