Legatus Magazine November 2018
Archives / March 2016
In the News
On Wednesday the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell, a landmark case challenging the Department of Health MORE
Miracles from Heaven is a rare gem that sparkles in a sea of mediocre secular films in theaters this spring.
This film takes a unique approach to telling Christ’s story, beginning at the age of seven when his parents decide to leave Egypt for Nazareth
Golden State Catholics are committed to fighting a new doctor-assisted suicide law
Phoenix Bishop Thomas Olmsted’s new initiative seeks to restore the true meaning of Christian manhood
Culture of Life
The journal Science named “CRISPR” the “breakthrough of the year” for 2015. What is CRISPR, and what challenges could it pose to building a Cu MORE
Bishop Roger Gries awoke one morning last August realizing that a tendon in one of the fingers on his left hand had ruptured.
Every Catholic conscious of a mortal sin must go to Confession at least once a year.
One of Fr. Jeffrey Starkovich’s earliest memories is his desire to be a priest, leading him to joke that he had a “kindergarten vocation.”
Most of my readers will be familiar with the corporal and spiritual works of mercy. I will focus on the former