Dr. Anthony Lilles reflects on the idea of a true liberal arts education and the idea of an authentic Catholic University according to St. John Henry Newman and from his own experiences.
Sometimes we want a saint for a cause, an intention, a miracle. But maybe we just need one for the journey, Claire Dwyer shares.
Waiting, when it is the will of God, is exactly where we are supposed to be – a lesson St. Elizabeth of the Trinity learned early. Claire Dwyer continues a series of reflections on this young saint.
St. Rita was “small in stature but great in holiness, who lived in humility and is now known throughout the world for her heroic Christian life as a wife, mother, widow and nun.” – Pope St. John Paul II
“It is not by suffering that a person is united with God, but by love.” With these words, Francis of Assisi was transformed and with him, the world.
St. Francis radically revolutionized the practice of prayer and spiritual life within the Church. David Torkington shares another segment of his series on prayer.
The birth of new religious orders breathed new life into the Church. David Torkington continues his history of the Mystical Tradition.
Claire Dwyer considers how St. Frances Xavier Cabrini teaches us to be obedient to God’s plans – and firm in our convictions.