Easter Wings

Embed from Getty Images My article for Imaginative Conservative this week is a meditation on two poems for Easter: I was college student afflicted with a serious case of Anglophilia when I discovered George Herbert and his poetry. The discovery made my affliction worse. When I found that he forsook the allure of Cambridge and [Read More…]

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The King is Asleep

All powerful and ever-living God Your only Son went down among the dead And rose again in glory. In your goodness Raise up your faithful people buried with him in baptism to be one with him in the eternal life of heaven where he lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit One God, [Read More…]

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Why is Christianity is the Best Religion?

I know. I know. This is not really politically correct. You’re supposed to pretend that all religions are equal. The comparative religions professor (who has comparatively no religion) teaches that all religions are human inventions based on interesting and unique historical circumstances and cultures. The theory is that religions developed from animism when cavemen grunted [Read More…]

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The Resurrection and the Death of Atheism

This week’s article for Aleteia gives a brief outline of the arguments for the resurrection of Jesus Christ and why that is the best evidence for the existence of God. Atheists like to say, “Where is the evidence for the existence of God?,” and philosophical arguments aren’t really evidence as such. They work well enough, [Read More…]

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Nuns in Washington: Who’s Not There?

Embed from Getty Images I don’t know, so I’m simply asking. I’ve seen pictures of various Catholic religious women in Washington standing up for The Little Sisters of the Poor. All the pictures I’ve seen are women in religious habits. As you may know, the Catholic women religious in the United States are divided into [Read More…]

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Tonight I Will Kiss Feet

Tonight’s liturgy is the most poignant and tender of the year. We gather to commemorate the Lord’s Supper, and at the heart of the liturgy is the solemn ceremony of washing feet. The ceremony adds weight to the Chrism Mass earlier in the day when the priestly ministry is re-affirmed because the twelve men whose [Read More…]

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