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Growing in Virtue - Fr Augustine H.T. Tran

When you enter into the Basilica of St Peter in Vatican City, one of the first works of art that you notice off to the right is that of Michelangelo's famous Pietà, his depiction of the Blessed Mother holding our Lord after He has been taken down from the Cross. This sculpture was the only work of art that Michelangelo signed, and here's why.  Email This Article

Guardian Angels - CHRISTINE J. MURRAY

The guardian angel simply has one task that has many facets — to lead the human to the Passion and Cross. Embracing the cross is the only way human beings reach heaven. He does this mainly through pricking our conscience so we can follow the will of God.  Email This Article

Hallowed Be Thy Name - Scott Hahn

Whenever we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we acknowledge God’s name as “hallowed” — that is, as holy or sanctified. But what do we mean by this? Do we mean what Jesus meant?  Email This Article

Handling Issues of Conscience in the Academy - J. Budziszewski

One doesn’t become confused about wrong and therefore start committing it; rather one commits wrong, knows it is wrong, and therefore finds a way to confuse and reassure himself about it. My personal conviction is that half of the issues of conscience in the Academy have their origin right here.  Email This Article

Hearts Uplifted - Anthony Esolen

Or, How to Sing Your Way Out of Hell.  Email This Article

Hinduism - Fr. John Hardon, S.J.

Hinduism can better be described than defined. It is less a religion than a religious culture, and less creedal than ethical or racial.  Email This Article

Homily of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI - Pope Benedict XVI

As we listen to this Gospel passage, it is worth going a little deeper, not only to understand Jesus and Mary better, but also to learn from Mary the right way to pray. Mary does not really ask something of Jesus: she simply says to him: They have no wine (Jn 2:3).  Email This Article

Hope that saves - Rev. Raymond J. de Souza

Pope Benedict XVI yesterday released his second encyclical, Spe Salvi (Saved By Hope), continuing his emphasis on the basic truths of the Christian life.  Email This Article

Hospitality - Donald DeMarco

Hospitality, for most of us, is something that belongs to the domain of etiquette. We usually do not think of it as a moral virtue. But when hospitality is animated by a genuine concern for others and is mixed with a generous dollop of social justice, there can be little doubt not only that hospitality can be a moral virtue, but that its embodiment in human behavior can be an inspiration.  Email This Article

How are We Saved? - JEFFREY MIRUS

How are we saved? The best way to know is to look at the teaching of the Church, which Christ instituted to safeguard the doctrine that He gave to the apostles, and which was completed through the revelation of the Holy Spirit to the apostles after Jesus’ ascension. We cannot pick and choose what we believe about faith and salvation.  Email This Article

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