Our culture needs the gospel now more than ever. Catholics can’t let their religion remain just a personal matter
Author Archives: David Kilby
Sometimes when I’m at Mass or doing something out of charity, I still feel this emptiness inside.
Every year around mid December I find myself in the middle of a discussion involving the question, “When and how do you explain to your children that Santa isn’t real.”
The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It rolls off the tongue so naturally that we hardly give it a second thought. But as common as it may be for us to make the sign of the cross, the tradition only hints at the mystery — perhaps the greatest of mysteries.
I can feel the world changing and see the dawning of new life. The Son is risen! If it’s really true we’ve the world to tell. By this joy, meaning is given to all our unanswered strife. My spirit rings…
The dogma of Mary as Mother of God has its roots in Scripture. It is founded on the mystical union between Christ and his Church and Mary, the mother of the Church.