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Catholicism: Refuge for Rationality

Dr. Matthew Petrusek

Scene in Rome

As the secular world slips deeper into tragically predictable moral and political chaos, Catholicism can take heart remembering that its house is built on rock.

2023 - 01 - 06 USCCB Daily Mass Readings

2023 - 01 - 06 USCCB Daily Mass Readings by USCCB/NAB

2023 - 01 - 05 USCCB Daily Mass Readings

2023 - 01 - 05 USCCB Daily Mass Readings by USCCB/NAB

2023 - 01 - 04 USCCB Daily Mass Readings

2023 - 01 - 04 USCCB Daily Mass Readings by USCCB/NAB

2023 - 01 - 03 USCCB Daily Mass Readings

2023 - 01 - 03 USCCB Daily Mass Readings by USCCB/NAB

2023 - 01 - 02 USCCB Daily Mass Readings

2023 - 01 - 02 USCCB Daily Mass Readings by USCCB/NAB

2023 - 01 - 01 USCCB Daily Mass Readings

2023 - 01 - 01 USCCB Daily Mass Readings by USCCB/NAB

Friendship and the Intellectual Life

Dr. Christopher Kaczor

Finding intellectual interlocutors with whom you disagree is an important part of the vocation of the Catholic intellectual.

Our Lady of Guadalupe and True Human Nature

Fr. Steve Grunow

Today, we reflect on the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which reminds us that Christ’s mother continues to act on our behalf.

What the Immaculate Conception Means

Fr. Steve Grunow

Virgin Mary

The Immaculate Conception is an extraordinary gift by which God in Christ acted to save his Mother, and us, from sin and refusals to love.