An essay by G.K. Chesterton Abridged from the original One of the crises… was the shilly-shallying and sham liberality of the famous Lambeth report on what is quaintly called Birth Control. It is in fact, of course, a … Continue reading →
Every four years arrives both a great opportunity to participate in the democratic process and a brutal marathon of attack ads and speechifying that can exhaust all but the most partisan of voters. Presidential election years seem to combine the … Continue reading →
Not all of the news from the Middle East is bad. Scenes from Pope Benedict’s visit to Lebanon, Spet. 14 – 16.
Father, you sent the Holy Spirit to enlighten the hearts of men; hear us as we pray: – Enlighten your people, Lord. Blessed are you, O God, our light, you have given us a new day resplendent with your glory. … Continue reading →