Believers in the Middle Ages

From Introduction to Christianity by Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Benedict XVI) which is admittedly dense but is also simply terrific. One of the things that I love most about this book is the way that Benedict will casually admit a truth that many believers would like to ignore. He does it time and again and [Read More...]

They were attacking reason

This link is bookish related in that it is an interview with an author.  The author in this case is SF writer  John C. Wright. The interview was done for a Spanish site, but is available in English.  It starts off covering his conversion story from Atheism to first Protestantism and then later to the [Read More...]

Part 5: The Wedding at Cana and the Passion of Christ

Duccio di Buoninsegna. Maestà (back, predella): The Wedding at Cana. 1308-11. The final part of Fulton Sheen’s reflections on the wedding at Cana and Christ’s Passion, death and resurrection. The Cross is everywhere. When a man stretches out his arms in relaxation, he unconsciously forms the image of the reason for the Son of Man’s [Read More...]


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