In yesterday’s post, we considered the twelve steps of pride set forth by St. Bernard of Clairvaux. In escalating ways, the twelve steps draw us to an increasingly mountainous and enslaving pride
Washington D.C., Feb 16, 2020 / 06:55 pm (CNA).- The longest serving Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus died Saturday at 89.
Virgil Dechant was Supreme Knight from 1977 to 2000. He died in his sleep Feb. 15.
“God has called home a good man and one of the Knights’ great leaders,” Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said in a Feb. 16 statement.
There are a lot of fancy terms being used to describe today’s changing political landscape. There’s Eatwell and Goodwin’s ‘national populism,’ Dueck’s ’conservative nationalism,’ and the ‘populist nationalism’ of Steve Bannon. And then there’s ‘national […]
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From the standpoint of those of us concerned about questions of nationality, sovereignty, and rootedness, it is only logical to find that the most resolute upholders of Catholic tradition should also be among the most […]
Was there a good point made in the sermon you heard at the Mass that fulfilled your Sunday Obligation? What was it?
There are a lot of people who don’t get many good points in the sermons they must endure.
For my part, I spoke about preparing the soil of the mind and heart to receive what God wants to sow in us in the sacred liturgy.
(s.m.) Ricevo e pubblico. L’autore, già docente di sociologia della religione all’Università di Firenze e alla Facoltà teologica dell’Italia centrale, filosofo e storico di formazione, è da anni ben conosciuto e apprezzato dai lettori di Settimo Cielo.