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      Corpus Christ: A Feast for the Ages

      A blessed and grace-filled solemnity of Corpus Christi to one and all, a feast that has a long and varied history dating back to...

      All that matters

      What matters to you? Or—perhaps more accurately—what should matter to you? I’m new to the Catholic Insight blog, and want to introduce myself by...

      Remembering the Martyrs of Compiegne

      From 1789 to 1799, France was deep in the throes of revolution with forces of change advocating for democratic reforms. With the downfall of...

      A Meditation for Good Friday

      Cardinal Newman, now Blessed John Henry Newman, was a towering figure of nineteenth-century Catholicism who is almost universally admired. I say “almost” because not...

      The Presence-Prayers of Children

      There’s been quite a bit of media coverage lately about kiddies at Mass. One parish’s idea had made the Facebook rounds a while back:...

      Corpus Christi: The gift of the Holy Eucharist

       Christ is the mediator of a new covenant, so that those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance. (Heb 9:14)As we celebrate the...

      A Peterson Apologia, non-Anonymous

      We  have received some critical feedback on the recent anonymous article on Dr. Jordan Peterson, so a bit of clarity and an apologia, if...

      Conversionary Compassion: Pope Francis and the Engaged Church

      Conservative Catholics have expressed suspicion that Pope Francis is importing the values of a culture influenced by secular humanism into Church theology. He has...

      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...

      Defeating the poverty of indifference

      On a wet, chilly Saturday morning in October, something wonderful but odd happened at my parish. Wonderful because it was during the Mass in...