Catholic Living

The Joy of the Habsburg Legacy

Archduke Eduard Habsburg of Austria could have seen his family legacy as a burden, but instead his family’s past and present give him great joy.

The Need for Anselm

St. Anselm (1033-1109) has much to teach our modern world about human nature and about the search for God.

The Book of Acts Does Not Support Communism

The fact that certain passages of Scripture express forms of communalism certainly does not mean they were practicing the 19th-century militantly atheistic ideology known as communism. 

Cherishing the Masculinity of Boys

American culture has lost an appreciation for the manliness of men, and mothers especially are left unequipped to raise their sons as men. We try to tame them, feminize them, and teach our boys to be gentle and soft.

The Attack on Adoration

Leftist Catholics such as Cardinal Cupich have shown an increasing disdain for Eucharistic adoration. What is the origin of their contempt, and what is the proper Catholic understanding of adoration?

Rousing the Realm of the Dead

In the life of Christ, there is an event tucked away between Friday’s death and Sunday’s rising about which we know very little. Yet it contains the hidden key on which the whole story turns.

A Time for Renaissance Men

We need to go beyond simply deleting apps from our smartphones. We need to go further as to ensure that our hands are not becoming precariously idle. We need to become Renaissance men.

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