A theological post which explores the relationship between truth, fact, existence, and reality. The conclusion reached is truth is not merely “facts.”
A beautiful reflection entitled, “The Person of Jesus Unites Himself with the Unborn,” provides insight to the biblical story of Jesus and the Children.
The Disney Channel’s “Good Luck Charlie” has a new episode where a lesbian couple show up with their daughter for a play day. Surprise! Taylor has two moms!
A selection of quotations from Thomas Aquinas lesser known works, including: The Bread of Life, The Perfection of the Spiritual Life, and some homilies.
Rev Ana Levy-Lyons wants religious liberalism to be taken seriously and not seen as “a joke.” In this post, I examine her recent HuffPo article.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was recently interviewed by Bill Moyers to discuss the possibility of reconciling of religion and science. He says, “no.”
Pope Francis dedicated the catechesis of his Wednesday’ general audience to the Prayer Week for Christian Unity. This is copy of the VIS press release.
Preview of the article, Looking at Islam through Catholic Eyes; Wm Kilpatrick offers a theory behind Pope Francis’ recent comments about the Koran and Islam
A section of Cardinal Turkson’s speech entitled, The Education of Catholics Engaged in Politics. I think it provides a good glimpse into Catholic politics.
An exegesis and reflection on Mark’s story of Jesus and the Leper. I look at Mark’s “messianic secret” and reflect on how Jesus trades places with sinners.
Video of Father Robert Barron of Word on Fire exploring if God and Morality need to go together or if they can be exclusive of one another.
In this post I look at the idea of homosexuality and natural law coming together to allow the Catholic Church to change its teachings on homosexuality.
The statement in this post has been composed by group of Catholic Academics in preparation for the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family and Marriage
This post features the beginning of the article Checking the Calendar, which invites readers to orientate their lives to the Church’s Liturgical Calendar.
Have you ever wondered what the purpose of Catholic and Anglican “dialogue” is? I have. In this post, I look at proposed dialogue concerning gay marriage.
Pope Francis began a new series of Catecheses on the sacraments, beginning with the Sacrament of Baptism. He encourages us to know the day of our baptism.
I examine the claim that the Pope Pius IX reversed the Catholic Church’s stance on abortion in 1869 to its current pro-life position.
Why is it every time a Republican thinks something, says something, or does something, it’s automatically a “war on women?” The rhetoric is past being old!