As November ends but Advent begins, Monsignor Pope asks us to remember the four last things.
Msgr. Charles Pope
Should we aim to be “nice”? Monsignor Pope on why there are far better adjectives for a follower of Christ.
A story about the prophet Elisha can give us peace in the storms — even political ones.
Monsignor Pope takes up the topic of humility in prayer as St. Teresa of Avila presents it in her treatise The Way of Perfection.
On this Feast Day of St. Matthew, we must acknowledge a great mercy in Jesus’ call. As a tax collector, Matthew was considered a great sinner. In fact, the term “tax collector” was a biblical euphemism for great sinner. Yet despite this, Jesus called him to be an Apostle. In our times, many set mercy
Monsignor Pope explains that most people today link hedonism with sexual excess and perhaps drinking. But Hedonism is a far wider notion and it is why St. Paul said: We preach Christ crucified: a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Gentiles (1 For 1:23).
Monsignor Charles Pope takes a look at some “hard truths that will set us free.”