The New (& the Old) Evangelization

In his Second Letter to the Corinthians, St. Paul made reference to the Spirit being given to us as the first installment. In fact, he said, “But... (Read more)
Have you ever asked why was St. John the Evangelist was the only Apostle to stand at the foot of the Cross with the Blessed Mother and other... (Read more)
“Ecce Homo!” Pilate said to the crowd. That is, “Behold the man!” Behold the man, the Christ, who stands alone and rejected by his people.To... (Read more)
Leaders like Alexander the Great, Mohammad and Napoleon rode their horses with armed men to triumph their enemies. But Our Lord, on Palm... (Read more)
When Christ died on the Cross, Mary lost a Son and John lost a friend. For them, the Passion of our Lord was more than a religious drama.... (Read more)
In 1859, just a few miles north of Green Bay, the Blessed Virgin appeared to a young woman named Adele Brice.  As if to anticipate the spiritual... (Read more)
What Mental Prayer is Not:Unlike yoga or other Eastern spiritual practices, meditation, in a Catholic context, cannot be reduced to a... (Read more)
The Screwtape Letters is a book authored by C.S. Lewis. Released in 1942, Lewis incorporates his spiritual and theological insights into a... (Read more)

Death Smiles At Us All

By Joe Tremblay

“Death smiles at us all, but all a man can do is smile back.” These were the words of the Roman Emperor and philosopher, Marcus Aurelius in the... (Read more)
If God were to stop listening to our prayers, he would be just in doing so; our sins against him would be sufficient to merit such a response.... (Read more)