Legatus Magazine November 2017

Archives / September 2016

Columns

Anne Hendershott
Guest Editorial
Faithful Catholics are rightfully concerned about how some Catholic colleges and universities have rejected their Catholic identities because so few C MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Columns

Patrick Novecosky
Editor’s Desk
Fidelity matters because nothing resonates in the human heart open to the truth like authentic Catholicism MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Books

Christianity has always had a difficult relationship with the world of money. Through developing sophisticated understandings of the wealth-creating c MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Columns

Stephen Henley
Executive Director
John Hunt has made right the way for me to follow, and I am humbled and confident as we move forward. MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Chaplains

Monsignor Curtis Mallet
Monsignor Curtis Mallet has served as a parish priest and in diocesan administrative roles since he was ordained in 1992. MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Apologetics

Mike Aquilina
Christians know that death is not the end of life but the real beginning. Freed from the imperfections of earthly existence, the dead are more alive t MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Your Health

Susan Locke
Statistics show that 80% of us will have at least one episode of low back pain during our lifetime. MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Faith Matters

Bishop Sam Jacobs
Our past relationship with Jesus is very important, but more important is how attentive we are in our current encounters with Jesus. MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Books

Mother Teresa was voted the most admired person of the 20th century. Still, she was not without her critics. MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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Saints

Feast Day: September 17
Born into a noble family, the “Sibyl of the Rhine” was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, musical composer, philosopher, mystic — and she’s MORE
Sep 03, 2016
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