Sacred Art

Sacred Art

It was my first time in Rome, and I was overwhelmed by the beautiful marvels of the Italian culture. I wanted to drink in every drop of Italy’s timeless charm and rich history – the sites, the churches, the fountains and steps, the sacred art, relics and...
Advent Wreath and Jesse Tree

Advent Wreath and Jesse Tree

Heave a sigh all you weary people of God! Advent is the first moment of the new liturgical year, and it is a time to cast aside the worries of the world and to focus on what really matters – our eternal life! Luke records a very bleak and scary image of the end...
Podcast #7: The Abolition Of Woman

Podcast #7: The Abolition Of Woman

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadFiorella Nash is one of the leading modern Catholic feminist voices in the Church today. As I read through her recent book, The Abolition of Woman: How Radical Feminism is Betraying Women, I was overwhelmed by her mastery of the...
Podcast #3: Art of Dance – Body Images and Redemption

Podcast #3: Art of Dance – Body Images and Redemption

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWhen we hear the word “dance,” there may be a few (often unfavorable) images that come to mind. The first might be our own unskilled version. The second might be what we see happening on the dance floors of clubs and...
Abuse in the Church

Abuse in the Church

Moral Gravity To experience shock and scandal is always the appropriate response to disorder, particularly in the realm of sexual sin, and far greater when that sin is perpetually committed by representatives of Christ himself. As I read through the recent...