Materialism, Manicheanism and the Matrix

matrix-neo

Do you remember that stylish film The Matrix? The hero, Neo Anderson, exists in a dull, conformist, monotone and monochrome world. Then he wakes up and is “born again” and enters the world of adventure and risk which is the real world. What I find curious about modern American Catholicism is that it is similarly monotone [Read More...]

Christ in Creation from Frank Viola’s Jesus: A Theography

Jesus

Instead of a simple book review I’m using Frank Viola and Leonard Sweet’s book Jesus: A Theography as a jumping off point for a couple of posts. First of all– a couple of reasons why I like this book and recommend it to you. First, the content is solid and scholarly, but Second, it’s written in [Read More...]

Vain Repetition Repetition?

pray to mary

How a former Evangelical came to love the Rosary. Here’s my latest article for Integrated Catholic Life. Please read and share! Read: Do Catholics Pray to Mary?; Do Catholics Honor Mary Too Much?; Do Catholics Worship Mary? [Read more...]

Immaculate Mary for a Protestant

maryHeart

OK, so I’m just a poor convert right, who even after sixteen years being a Catholic am still struggling to understand some things. I was prompted a week or so ago to begin my day as soon as I wake up to say the Morning Offering…which goes, “O Jesus, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary [Read More...]

Mary Mother of Sorrows

mother of sorrows

Earlier this year I wrote an extensive post on the relationship between Mother of Sorrows and Mary-Co-Redeemer. On this feast of Mary  Mother of Sorrows, go here for an explanation of this devotion and it’s relationship to the work of our Redeemer. [Read more...]

Michelangelo, Mother Teresa and Miracles

maryimage

Last week in New Jersey some of the faithful flocked to see something strange and wonderful–the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in a tree trunk. The story is reported here. Then there was the face of Mother Teresa in a bun in Tennessee. You can see that here along with an image of Jesus [Read More...]


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