First the Son of God took on flesh and was born to the Blessed Virgin. Then his coming and his true identity had to be made known to the world.
Author Archives: Michael Ruszala
The year was 1925. The “Great War” had left Europe in shambles and the governments that emerged from the rubble were increasingly secular.
Jesus has continued to provide miracles now and then to show that faith in the Eucharist is defendable.
Harmony with reason is an important element of Catholic Scripture study. . . . God has given us two “books”: the book of Scripture and the book of creation.
George Washington saw the American fight for independence in light of what God had done for the Children of Israel.
During the Paschal Triduum, it can be helpful to contemplate throughout the day on what Jesus would have been going through at that time of day about 2,000 years ago. The Last Supper The Synoptic Gospels present the Last Supper as a Passover…
From the first page to the last, the Gospel of Mark immerses us into the immediacy of Christ’s war against the forces of evil.