Post-graduation lessons from the plague year

man in cap and gown

It seems as if there are two kinds of graduation narratives for what happens after young collegians toast each other with one last Natty Light or hard seltzer, flip their tassels and head out to take on the world.


Jesus in Disguise

To be a Christian in the Roman Empire was to be an outlaw. From AD 64 to 313, Baptism could be a death sentence. 


COVID-19 and the virtue of prudence

Dominican sisters praying

As countries face the prospect of "reopening" life after COVID-19, many decisions about the "new normal" must be taken.


Let us Lectio: Preparing an Acceptable Offering

statue of Saint Junipero Serra

We are all beckoned to abandon our selfish ways. We are all called to accept the fullness of the Gospel which includes both justice and love inseparably united.


Let us Lectio: Faith of our Fathers

Today’s Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul is a rare one in the Church’s calendar for a few reasons. Namely, it is one of the few celebrations that are jointly commemorated.