Legatus Magazine December 2018

Archives / December 2018

Your Health

Martin M. Bednar
For the first time in history, non-infectious chronic diseases (cancer, heart disease, diabetes and dementia) have replaced infectious diseases in the MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Featured

Patti Armstrong
A side trip on their way to visit a Trappist monastery, however, became the detour of their very lives. That fateful trip resulted in Paul founding th MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Columns

Chef Neil Fusco
Feeding the Foodie
Nourishing our souls with the sacraments allows others to recognize the joy of Christmas within us, just as when the disciples recognized the resurrec MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Books

These meditations stretching from Advent through Epiphany are in this vein as they invite us to contemplate such themes as our need for truth, our dep MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Faith Matters

Father Shenan J. Boquet
Have you ever stopped to think about the deeper meaning of the Incarnation and Nativity of Jesus? His birth was the birth of the most unique Person in MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Books

In her compelling indictment, Morse identifies the Contraceptive Ideology, the Divorce Ideology, and the Gender Ideology as the three fronts that buil MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Chaplains

Bishop Peter Smith
As a naturalized citizen and member of the Brotherhood of the People of Praise, a small community of men committed to celibate life whose priest- memb MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Ethics

Robert Marshall
“Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s.” Following Christ’s command requires Catholic citizens MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Books

This collection of essays by the eminent Jesuit scholar reflects on the Church’s major observances, primarily Christmas and the seasons from Lent th MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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Featured

Brian Fraga
Two hours and 14 minutes before he died, John Wayne, “The Duke,” entered the Catholic Church. MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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