A meditative poem told through the eyes of Jew who witnessed flowering of Palm Sunday, and then the growth of Golgotha. With the rending of the Temple veil, he is granted a vision of the Paradise angel who, in two strokes, shows him that Eden, Sinai, Tabor and Golgotha are chapters in the same story, and that Christ-God is now our Eucharist.
A kingdom is threatened by a sorcerous serpent, and only a heart free from evil can slay it. | A short story about the power of evil to masquerade as good.
Sung to ‘Memory’ from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Cats’, this poem celebrates the cruciality (is that a word?) of coffee, and its centrality to life.
This poem is meant to be sung to the Irish melody ‘Only Our Rivers Run Free’. It speaks to a resurrectionist hope that we are all called to have,
An epic infographic that covers how much the Church actually has, where it goes, and why it’s important to have it. A fantastic aid to your discussions!
How quickly things pass us by when we’re not paying attention. If we stopped and looked, we’d find a bouquet of reality rucked up under our wheels.
Fr John Trigilio makes this fascinating point about the origin of capitalism as an essentially Christian outgrowth from the guild system.
In the ‘Scapegoat’, It’s deeply satisfying to see a man step into an impossible situation, and turn everything around with kindness, attention & good will.
A review of ‘King of Devil’s Island’ as a phenomenal, gripping insight into the war between men and boys, between absent fathers and maturing youths.