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Articles from the Most Recent Issue

Whatever Happens, We are Awaited by Love
By Dr. James Pauley
Free “It is a peculiarity of man that he can only live by looking to the future. And this is his salvation in the most difficult moments of his existence, although he sometimes has to force his mind to the task.” [i] So concluded Auschwitz survivor and renowned psychiatrist Viktor Frankl in his marvelous book Man’s Search for Meaning, written soon... Read more
Inspiring Hope: Encountering Christ in Church Architecture
By Dr. Denis McNamara
Catechesis is usually understood as a gift given from mouth to ear in teaching and preaching. But catechesis can also proceed according to the sense of sight, by way of church architecture. Such a visual catechesis can immediately impact adults and children alike. So many of us know what we “like” in church architecture, but a catechetical view of... Read more
From the Shepherds: A Great Sign of Hope
By Bishop Peter J. Elliott
Free There can be no greater sign of hope than the expectant mother. She is the “one who waits” for the pain and joy of childbirth. She affirms the strength of womanhood, cherishing the living hope slowly taking form in her womb, or “beneath her heart” as St. John Paul II put it in Evangelium Vitae. Therefore, the Church sets a unique pregnant woman... Read more

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