Issue: November 2016
The present issue offers you an array of topics ranging from impenitence to Limbo and Purgatory, and from Halloween to Christian Hope and Heaven.
What does Dante's masterpiece The Divine Comedy have to teach us about hope and repentance?
Examining the doctrine of Purgatory from both Latin and Greek theological perspectives.
A traditional Catholic mom looks at the celebration of Halloween in the light of history and tradition.
What can an atheist philosopher teach us about hope?
Emily Dickenson, one of America's greatest poets, and the hope of Heaven.
A historical and liturgical meditation on the blessed season of Advent.
Extracts on hope from Pope St. Pius X's famous encylical E Supremi Apostolatu.
The life, thought, and legacy of Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, one of the 20th Century's greatest theologians.
A succinct history of the Dominican Order and its mission on the occasion of its 800th anniversary.
We have two choices in life: hope or despair -- and we must turn to God to avoid the latter.
Sacred art, tradition, and the teaching of the Seventh Ecumenical Council.
Our hope is in the name of the Lord alone, and the glorious union of Faith and Reason.
The tongue is a small member, but it can start a terrible fire! St. James tells us in his epistle that “if any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man.”
Eastern and Western Nativity traditions preserved by the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer.
Questions & Answers on Limbo, including its place in contemporary Catholic teaching.
- New Vatican Communications Director
- Earthquakes Near Norcia, Italy
- Pope Francis and the Roman Curia
- Burial Crypt Available in Old St. Patrick's Cathedral
- The Father Abbot and the Cardinal
45 theologians from all over the world provide a thorough critique of the exhortation Amoris Laetitia.
Only one thing is neccessary: Salvation.