Posted on 06/2/2023 09:00 AM ()
Intimacy with the Lord is the one path that will enable us to know both what it means and how to actually be charitable and virtuous.
Posted on 06/1/2023 09:00 AM ()
St. Justin Martyr wrote one of the earliest descriptions of the Mass with a simplified version of Catholic theology in his "First Apology."
Posted on 05/31/2023 09:00 AM ()
Brielle Stewart and her mother Tobi defy the boundaries of nonspeaking autism. Theirs is an incredible story of love and determination.
Posted on 05/30/2023 09:00 AM ()
This is the largely untapped superpower of writers today: to appreciate the works that precede us, the stories on which modern culture was founded, and to embrace intertextuality as a hallmark of our work.
Posted on 05/29/2023 09:00 AM ()
This piece is an excerpt from "The Gardens of God" by Cardinal Arthur Roche (Word on Fire Publishing), highlighting a section from pp. 1-7.
Posted on 05/26/2023 09:00 AM ()
What enabled Tolkien to integrate this joyfulness into his complex adult personality, despite the sorrows of his childhood and youth? A good case can be made that the spirituality of St. Philip Neri helped him to do so.
Posted on 05/25/2023 09:00 AM ()
Thou art a scholar; speak to it, Horatio. He would learn that wisdom is intelligence purified through humility and wonder before the unknowable, the unpredictable, and the ineffable.
Posted on 05/24/2023 09:00 AM ()
In a culture increasingly fascinated with the demonic, Catholics should boldly proclaim Christ’s victory over Satan as it continues to play out today.
Posted on 05/23/2023 09:00 AM ()
"Mrs. Davis" is a prophetic warning about artificial intelligence and the pervasiveness of the internet. Idols we construct inevitably turn on us.
Posted on 05/22/2023 09:00 AM ()
This poem by James Matthew Wilson was featured in the "Creativity" issue of the Word on Fire Institute's "Evangelization & Culture" journal.