Legatus Magazine December 2017

Archives / December 2017

Ethics

Conor Gallagher
A statement I really hate is “I’m just doing my job.” People use this either as a humblebrag, or to evade moral responsibility… MORE
Dec 04, 2017
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Featured

Gerald Korson
Dr. Scott Hahn has told the story of his conversion to Catholicism countless times, but he is always happy to do it again… MORE
Dec 04, 2017
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Columns

Dr. Paul Kengor
Guest Editorial
It was 30 years ago, December 1987. Speaking from St. Peter’s Square, Pope John Paul II urged Catholics to seek God’s will with the talents we’v MORE
Dec 04, 2017
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Faith Matters

Father Shenan Boquet
In order to authentically redirect society from its perilous direction and transform it into a Culture of Life and Civilization of Love, hearts must b MORE
Dec 04, 2017
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Books

What does it mean to be human? Are we just another animal, more intellectually advanced, as science might suggest? Or is there something more to us, s MORE
Dec 04, 2017
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Chaplains

Father Gordon Kalil
Father Gordon Kalil was a retired fashion executive in his mid-30s trying to find himself in the Bay Area. One day, he walked into St. Dominic’s Ch MORE
Dec 03, 2017
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5 Minutes With

Brian Fraga
Catholics today may recognize Fr. Donald Calloway as a Marian priest who is a prolific author, speaker and pilgrimage guide… MORE
Dec 03, 2017
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Columns

John Folse
Feeding the Foodie
Le Réveillon, or the awakening (the morning feast following Midnight Mass on Christmas or New Year’s Eve) is an age-old custom inherited by the Lou MORE
Dec 03, 2017
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Your Health

Dr. Michael Parker
An unintended consequence of modern technology and all that it allows us to accomplish is the “burnout syndrome.” MORE
Dec 03, 2017
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Movies

Scripture makes no mention of animals being present at Christ’s birth, not even a donkey. Yet, it’s more than plausible: Jesus was born in a stabl MORE
Dec 02, 2017
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