4 Steps to Understand the Crisis of Modernity

4 Steps to Understand the Crisis of Modernity

Though each modern philosopher worked toward their own end, they all contributed to the grand project of modernity - the emancipation of the human will from all externalities. It is not God, nature, or history that grants this life value. It is the human will.
The 12 Step Biblical Guide to the Pope and Infallibility

The 12 Step Biblical Guide to the Pope and Infallibility

The pope leads the King's people according to the King's laws and at times must clarify those laws so the people may continue to live in full adherence to the King.
6 Lessons from Pope Francis' First Holy Week 2013

6 Lessons from Pope Francis’ First Holy Week 2013

"Help one another. This is what Jesus teaches us. This is what I do. And I do it with my heart. I do this with my heart because it is my duty, as a priest and bishop I must be at your service."
7 Facts: Holy Week and the Early Church

7 Facts: Holy Week and the Early Church

"Great crowds, including even children too young to walk, assembled on the Mount of Olives and after suitable hymns, and antiphons, and readings, they returned in procession to Jerusalem, escorting the bishop, and bearing palms and branches of olives before him."
The 3 Basics of Ash Wednesday

The 3 Basics of Ash Wednesday

"For dust thou art, and into dust thou shalt return."
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A Catholic Student's 4 Ways to Evangelize a College Campus

A Catholic Student’s 4 Ways to Evangelize a College Campus

Listers, college students are not only searching for jobs. Underneath all of the career recruitment and empty promises of radical individualism and liberation, there is a restlessness that resides in their hearts. Speak to many who live and work on college campuses across the country, and they will tell you that there is an uneasy...
The Real Presence: 13 Memes on the Holy Eucharist

The Real Presence: 13 Memes on the Holy Eucharist

Then Jesus said to them: Amen, amen I say unto you: Except you eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, you shall not have life in you. He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath everlasting life: and I will raise him up in the last day.
The Queen of Sin: 10 Things Catholics Need to Know

The Queen of Sin: 10 Things Catholics Need to Know

For when the Queen of Sins has fully possessed a conquered heart, she surrenders it immediately to seven principal sins, as if to some of her generals, to lay it waste.
15 Quotes from Cardinal Ratzinger's Letter to the Bishops on Homosexuality

15 Quotes from Cardinal Ratzinger’s Letter to the Bishops on Homosexuality

"The Church, in rejecting erroneous opinions regarding homosexuality, does not limit but rather defends personal freedom and dignity realistically and authentically understood."
4 Facts about the Catholic Saint who Fought the Loch Ness Monster

4 Facts about the Catholic Saint who Fought the Loch Ness Monster

Then the blessed man observing this, raised his holy hand, while all the rest, brethren as well as strangers, were stupefied with terror, and, invoking the name of God, formed the saving sign of the cross in the air, and commanded the ferocious monster, saying, "Thou shalt go no further, nor touch the man; go...
The 6 Step Guide to Aquinas' Natural Law in a Modern World

The 6 Step Guide to Aquinas’ Natural Law in a Modern World

Aquinas teaches the three precepts of Natural Law are (1) self-preservation (2) procreation & education of offspring, and (3) natural inclination toward the good, God.
3 Steps to Understand How Humanity Participates in Natural Law

3 Steps to Understand How Humanity Participates in Natural Law

The vehicle by which man knows Natural Law is reason and understanding. Here, Aquinas makes a second important distinction – some men will understand more, some less. Aquinas is not promoting an egalitarian view of reason. All men may know, but all men will not know equally.
In Dust and Ashes: 21 Images from the Book of Job

In Dust and Ashes: 21 Images from the Book of Job

Listers, the following is the entire gallery of William Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of Job. The gallery displayed is known as the Linell Set (AD 1821) and contains 21 watercolor pieces. There is also an earlier watercolor gallery known as the Butts set (1806). Later, Blake went on to recreate the images on engraved...
Facing God: 6 Memes on Celebrating the Mass Ad Orientem

Facing God: 6 Memes on Celebrating the Mass Ad Orientem

Catholic churches are traditionally built facing the East, because, as Cardinal Ratzinger taught, this direction reflects the "cosmic sign of the rising sun which symbolizes the universality of God."
Divine Government: 6 Questions by Aquinas on the Eternal Law

Divine Government: 6 Questions by Aquinas on the Eternal Law

The following list is taken from the Summa Theologica Prima Secundae question 93, entitled, The Eternal Law. A proper understanding of the Eternal Law of God, the Divine Government, serves as an excellent foundation to issues such as politics, natural law, divine providence, hell, and nature.