A Man of Both Conscience and Prudence

The Church, in Her wisdom, gives us many great Saints to venerate and imitate, spread throughout all times, places, vocations, and professions so that the omnipresence and catholicity of God’s salvation might be shown to the world. One great example of this marvelous diversity of the Saints is the man whose feast day we celebrate […]

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Finding His Eucharistic Love

“I don’t get it. I don’t understand. Why would He do this? Why would He humble Himself like that? What would cause Him to perform such an insane miracle for us? The kind of thing that makes so many of His followers today walk away in disbelief? Why? I’m not good at not understanding. I […]

And the Word Became Flesh

  The central and, one might add, foundational, mystery of Christianity is the mystery of the Incarnation. Christians believe that God became man, that the transcendent God entered into time and space and became one of us, that “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us” (Jn. 1: 14). God submitted himself to all the […]