Archives / September 2014
In his highly engaging style, Fr. Gaitley has penned A Practical Guide to Mercy in Action, which just happens to be his book’s subtitle. He explains MORE
Prior to joining Legatus as its executive director, I enjoyed a career in banking. Community banking, actually. That career path was not accidental, a MORE
I recently heard a story about a businessman who had lost his sense of interior joy. He was struggling to find meaning in his life. Work had taken ove MORE
Father Robert A. Sirico received his Master of Divinity degree from The Catholic University of America. During his studies and early ministry, he grew MORE
A Canadian nun and mystic, Dina Belanger’s brief life was accompanied by a dazzling musical score that, at her beatification, led St. John Paul II t MORE
Engaging the Faith
The Church recognizes many types of law, but all are related. All legitimate law ultimately finds its source and justification in the moral character MORE
Culture of Life
Pro-lifers and religious liberty lovers cheered the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 30 Hobby Lobby ruling, which confirmed that religious people don’t h MORE
In his latest, subtitled A Mission Manual for the New Evangelization, Scott Hahn says you can’t keep the faith unless you give it away. That jives s MORE
I’m a Capuchin Franciscan, and I’ve often found that people think of Francis of Assisi as a kind of 13th-century flower child.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput knows well what a papal visit can do for the local church.