Legatus Magazine May 2019
Archives / March 2019
Oscar Romero’s appointment in February 1977 as Archbishop of the Archdiocese of San Salvador was seen as a victory for El Salvador’s right-wing mi MORE
Engaging the Faith
Our earthly life gives promise of what it does not accomplish. It promises immortality, yet it is mortal. It contains life in death and eternity in ti MORE
January’s Southern CA oceanside event hosted a record crowd, spotlighting exemplary leaders and pundits stressing dynamic perseverance
Dr. Schuchts, a marriage and family therapist, encourages us to turn our trials on their head by seeing them as something positive.
Culture of Life
As the push to legalize assisted suicide— euphemistically termed “medical aid in dying”— continues across the United States, it is helpful to MORE
Many beliefs about Jesus’ physical suffering have become firmly transfixed in our minds because of the numerous crucifixes we have seen, homilies we MORE
St. Thomas Aquinas’ writings on the virtues and gifts of the Holy Spirit can be daunting enough for most adults, let alone school kids.
5 Minutes With
Cameron is also president of Legatus’ San Juan Capistrano Chapter, which has developed a distinct missionary approach to seeking out and welcoming p MORE
I share this because our sanctuary renovation has been a powerful visual for me of the “renovation” that God desires to do in us personally.
It struck me that in a sense Lent is the spiritual equivalent of the State of the Union address for each of us and the state of our soul.