We have all seen the latest Gallup poll. . . .
In his biblical interpretation, Jordan Peterson re-presents in powerful and fresh ways the stories that have animated Western culture.
My title explains itself. But it is misleading.
A difficult time of day for artists to depict is what in French is called crepuscule: the tenuous light that quivers like mercury just before dawn and like old gold as shadows lengthen.
Convivium editor in chief Father Raymond J. de Souza returns to Cardinal Sarah's address from earlier this month to examine how the law of love can shape our Holy Week.
The second Sunday of Easter is observed in the Church as Sunday of Divine Mercy.
The Eucharist, looked at in deep faith, gives birth to the best priestly vocations.
A Catholic does not go walking on the glaciers.
The Lord would not only love his creation as a Father, but he would enter into his creation, emptying himself, hiding himself, as if he were not God but a creature.
When a human being turns his attention and gaze upon the Lamb of God present in the consecrated bread, part of the evil contained in him is carried into that perfect purity and undergoes destruction....