Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Witness of a Reasonable Faith

By Guest Blogger Deacon Santiago Molina The Year of Grace has begun! Today, October 11th Pope Benedict XVI inaugurates the “Year of Faith.” 50 years to the day from the opening of the Second Vatican Council and 20 from the … Continue reading

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Faith and Same-Sex Marriage

By Guest Blogger Archbishop John J. Myers Marriage is as old as humankind. From the beginning, God created the human race in His own image and likeness. Sexual difference and complementarity have been present from the beginning as part of … Continue reading

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THE YEAR OF PISTIS: FAITH IN ST. PAUL

By Guest Blogger Nathan Eubank, PhD “Faith without works is dead” – so goes the famous protest of the Epistle of James against those who would claim that people are justified by faith alone. James’ counterargument is powerful, noting that Abraham … Continue reading

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Magnificent YOF Reasource

By Blogger Tom Neal, PhD I always recommend Magnificat to any and all Catholics looking to feast on the riches of the Scriptures, the Liturgy and the Great Tradition of the Catholic Church in bite-sized morsels. But now that I … Continue reading

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80,240,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles

Like the Scriptures, the Church Fathers and Doctors, whenever I look at the sky through the lens of faith I see a sacrament, a luminous, visible sign manifesting of the unseen immensity and boundless vastness of our God. And if we define … Continue reading

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FAITH AND BAPTISM

By Guest Blogger Rev. Deogratias O. Ekisa, S.T.D Faith and the sacrament of baptism are intimately linked in Catholic doctrine and practice.  This relationship is twofold: not only does faith lead to baptism (terminus ad quem), but faith also grows from … Continue reading

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The Little Faith of Thérèse

By Guest Blogger Pope Benedict XVI Dear Brothers and Sisters, Today I would like to talk to you about St Thérèse of Lisieux, Thérèse of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face, who lived in this world for only … Continue reading

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