Letters to the Editor: December 2019
Don’t Give Up on the Death Struggle... A Feckless Response to Recurring Crises... A Thwarter of Honest Confrontation... God’s Plan... Disputable “Facts”... moreREAD ARTICLE
The News You May Have Missed: December 2019
Full of eGrace... Worker Bots... Love in the Air... Spongy Tool of Imperialism... Secret Assignment... Saving Your Skin... Tree-mendous Patience... and moreREAD ARTICLE
The Ideology at the Root of Our Moral Disorder
In the sociological imagination, it is man who creates God. Once he frees himself from God, anything is possible, or at least appears to be.READ ARTICLE
A Peek into Papal Priorities
Here’s your Pope: When pagan idols are removed from a sacred space, he apologizes; when his belief in the divinity of Christ is questioned, he’s silent.READ ARTICLE
Conservatism: The God That Failed
Conservatism claims to respect the Church, to have regard for God, but it reduces the Church and remolds God as a supporting figure.READ ARTICLE
“Markheim.” By Robert Louis Stevenson.
Markheim is confronted at the scene of his crime by a mysterious “visitant” who seems to be giving him advice on how best to escape being caught.READ ARTICLE
O Death, Where Is Thy…Tickle?
Everything in the old Requiem Mass forced us to consider death and God’s judgment, Christ’s mercy and our complacency.READ ARTICLE
Making Sense of Our Liturgical Morass
We need a clearer understanding of the Church’s relationship with her past and her tradition that will help guide us along the uncharted road ahead.READ ARTICLE
We’re Meant to Remember
Varden offers meditations on six biblical commands to remember, from “Remember that you are dust” to “Do this in memory of Me.”READ ARTICLE
Briefly Reviewed: December 2019
Ideas of equality and non-discrimination originate in Christian, particularly Catholic, teaching.READ ARTICLE
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