Legatus Magazine March 2019
Archives / December 2018
Christmas scenes — by the old masters and by modern advertisers — decorate the walls of museums, billboards on the roadside, and cards in the mail MORE
According to the Church norms, advent — which derives from a Latin term meaning “coming” — is about more than just the birth of Christ. Instea MORE
In a time when the Arian heresy was rampant in the Roman world, St. Ambrose of Milan rose up to defend Catholic truth.
5 Minutes With
“Every time we come, there are always new things to discover and new things to learn,” Ray, 60, a well-known Catholic apologist, speaker, author, MORE
Two major coastal cities are home to the newest Legatus chapters, as a fresh wave of faith enthusiasm swells far and wide.
Those who glaze over at the very mention of ballet may find Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms an upgrade over their expectations.
As we head into the season of resolutions, I think it is a good time to recap 2018 for Legatus and share some of our accomplishments, shortcomings, an MORE
Culture of Life
The most accurate word to describe Christmas is “Nativity.” More than anything else, Christmas is about a birth, the birth of Christ. While this s MORE
Engaging the Faith
He made it easy for Catholics to be proud of their faith and others to envy it. The Jesuit magazine America called him “the greatest evangelist in t MORE
In these days of turmoil within the Roman Catholic Church – on whether longtime doctrine should stand, or priests should remain celibate, or obedien MORE