Celebrating joyfully the First Sunday of the Word of God

0
On January 26, the Church will celebrate for the first time an important new annual feast, the Sunday of the Word of God, which...

Hunting the shoals of herring

0
“With our nets and gear we’re faring on the wild and wasteful ocean. “It’s there that we hunt and earn our bread as we hunt...

It’s all Greek to me

0
Back in the middle of the last century when I first started my college education, Walter Kroy had a room in the dormitory, just...

He had the whole world in his hands

0
I must admit that far too often I hear the Gospel reading at Mass and think to myself, “I know what the message is here....

Repairers of a House Divided

It is a providential occurrence that the inauguration of Joseph Biden as the 46th President of the United States is taking place during the...

Pitching our tents

0
You may have heard the one about the detective who, on being interviewed by a friend, was asked why he stayed in a tent....

The Trinity: Love and mystery

0
The recently celebrated feast of the Holy Trinity is often accompanied by sermons that can be challenging to give and even harder to understand....

Challenging the establishment on childhood gender transitions

0
A 23-year-old woman named Keira Bell recently brought a pivotal lawsuit against the National Health Services Gender Identity Development Clinic in London, better known as...

Preparing for an atypical Holy Week

This Lent has been one few of us will ever forget. On Ash Wednesday, we were marked with ashes and reminded that we are dust and unto dust we shall...

The power of small courtesies

0
In 1982, sociologists James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling introduced the “broken window theory” in The Atlantic Monthly magazine, suggesting that when small acts of...

Articles