Saturday, February 17, 2018

Theological Notions Simplified for Children

William Lane Craig, a world renowned Christian philosopher, theologian and apologist has written many works at the scholarly level. He has tackled deep issues...

Calum and Tina’s Childless Choice: A Reflection on Parenthood

The headlines proclaimed it, in a his and her perspective, on why a young-ish, urbanite couple plan never and, they mean never, never, never...

Argumentative Starting Points

Jesus provides us with a motive for acting, viz., the love of God, which in practical terms produces a love of our neighbours. The...

Holy, or False, Innocence?

Marc Bauerlein has an insightful essay on false innocence in the recent issue of First Things, describing those who feign an innocence that, perhaps...

Reformation and the Immaculate Conception

The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is one of the most unique of all Catholic dogmas, not only theologically and historically, but...

How to Receive Gifts, by František Nepil

(translated by Peter Hala) So you see, it’s Christmas again, as if one painted it. Above all, you are smarter and wiser. Now you know...

True Love, Post Holiday, Beyond Emotion

Each year between January and March, my family moves out into the wide world. Some of us go to college, others go to work,...

Oprah vs Trump

Oprah Winfrey’s epic speech at the Golden Globe Awards is already old news but her star power is not. The question remains: will she run...

Maundy Thursday, and the Washing of Feet

Will you let me be your servant, let me be as Christ to you? Pray that I might have the grace to let you be...

A Reflection on Populism and Popularity

As we journeyed through the darkness of Holy Week to the great solemnity of Easter, with the acclamations given to Christ before his humiliating...