Legatus Magazine November 2018
Archives / February 2015
By the time this review lands in your mailbox, you’ll likely have seen dozens of print, television and online ads for the movie version of the b MORE
Scott Turicchi confesses he was a little skeptical when he was asked to meet a fellow Legate named Doug Sherman who wanted to bring Catholic radio to MORE
Mark Pierce thought Catholics were going to hell.
Laura Haslam found them stiff and unwelcoming.
Kurt Meyer was uncomfortable with the way Catholics s MORE
Father Stephen Parkes grew up with two older brothers and became one of two priests in his family. His brother, Gregory Parkes, serves as bishop of Pe MORE
Ken Hackett is not a career diplomat, but he is a career humanitarian. The West Roxbury, Mass., native worked for Catholic Relief Services for 40 year MORE
Culture of Life
The late Fr. Richard Neuhaus famously said: “Thousands of medical ethicists and bioethicists, as they are called, professionally guide the unthinkab MORE
The New Year is looking brighter than ever for Legatus after finishing 2014 on a high note. By all accounts, it was a record year for the organization MORE
Ethics matter, just as the title of this column presumes. This is an axiom, not an option. But that reality can’t be separated from the hearts of th MORE
In his latest book, Atlanta Legate Randy Hain shares creative ways Catholics can live their faith and pass it on to others — often with extraordinar MORE
Blaise, who studied philosophy in his youth, became a physician in Sebastea, Armenia (modern-day Sivas, Turkey), where he was born. He exercised his p MORE