Lent is for Remorse

Anthony M. Barr

The remorse we strive for in Lent builds the anticipation of the Gloria of Easter. 

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On Starting Lent

Kyle Herrington

Lent should not be a “over and done with” season, but should be a time of forming a virtuous life in Christ.

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Lead Us Not Into Temptation

Mattias A. Caro

Nothing in the faith is self-evidently understandable. We require the community of the Church to grow in the gift of faith. 

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Accompanying the Betrotheds

Vitus Ntube

Betrotheds need accompaniment so as to make that vocational leap of faith that turns their relationship into a sacrament. 

Gold Within the Mud

Stephen Adubato

Are the sins of His shepherds enough to oust Christ from the institution He entrusted to Peter on the shore of the Sea of Galilee all those years ago?

Catholic Schools in Slovakia

Jan Banas

The most important decision for any Catholic parent: can the school be trusted to hand on the faith?

Persuading Democrats to Stop Defending Late-Term Abortion

Nicholas Frankovich

"Even I have trouble explaining to my family that we are not about killing babies."

The Catholic Homeschool Co-op

Laura Burke

The solidarity found in a Catholic homeschool co-op is an important cornerstone to providing Catholic education for all families, in an affordable and quality manner.

Living the Arts in Catholic Education

Daniel Collins

It is beholden on Catholic schools to recognize their role as, very likely, the only true community that their students will belong to. 

What Makes an Education Catholic

Shane Ayers

Classical education is certainly against the mainstream, but as Chesterton once wrote, only a living thing can swim against the tide.

Community in the Renewal of Catholic Education

Simone Rizkallah

The business of educating is humiliating. It might as well be the anointed sort of humiliation. Sometimes friendship is consoling and merciful and other times it is uncomfortable and corrective.