The Parable of the Marriage Feast, as the Ignatius Study Bible reminds us, is an “allegory of salvation history culminating” in the Lord Jesus. The king in the parable is God, who prepares a wedding feast for his beloved son.
Archives for August 2020
Léonie Martin was really the first disciple of the Little Way. Léonie illustrates that each and every single one of us is called to sainthood.
The first thing I want my children to know is being a virgin does not dictate if they are a good person, a worthy person, or not.
How is the virtue of justice and voting connected? What does it mean to vote as a Catholic in the context of today’s frequently anti-life and pro-abortion candidates? Can a Catholic safely vote for the Biden-Harris presidential ticket?
The Assumption of Mary is important for Christians because it is true; it is a matter of divine revelation and the history of God’s people. As such, it is the belief of the Church. Further, it is important because the Church, as well as all other Christians who die in the friendship of God, is destined to follow Mary’s path of assumption into the heavenly realm.