Legatus Magazine January 2020
Archives / May 2019
San Diego Legate Owen Mossy thought he was signing up for an extended study of the book of Exodus when he agreed in January to take part in Exodus 90. MORE
It is a tragic irony that the so-called “women’s movement” has caused so much harm to women themselves. Lies of empowerment attainable through a MORE
5 Minutes With
As the President of CatholicVote.org and a married father to nine children, the youngest being a three-month-old, Brian Burch doesn’t have a lot of MORE
Engaging the Faith
All human beings, regardless of their religion, nationality, or circumstance, receive a sufficient amount of grace to be saved. God actively desires o MORE
Faced with insurmountable odds in the midst of a crisis, many people lose hope and give in to despair. Not Joyce Smith, whose adolescent son, John, su MORE
Surgeons removed a softball-sized tumor from her colon and smaller tumors from her right lung. When they performed a third surgery, they found the tum MORE
This charred iconic church, where faithful gathered under Mary’s patronage since the great Christian Renaissance, involved the toil of workers for c MORE
Summer camps are a time for friendships and fun, but Catholic camps offer experiences of faith that remain long after suntans have faded.
What percent of Catholic kids who never attended Catholic school will go to weekly Mass as adults? Only 5 percent.
If you’ve heard Lou Holtz speak at a public event anytime in the last couple of decades, you’ll recognize some of the entertaining stories and ane MORE