“I really only love God as much as I love the person I love the least” (attributed to Dorothy Day… Read more Exploring the Reaches of Love with Saint La Salle
A leading Vatican official, in a recent interview, warned against using the Catholic Church’s pro-life teaching as a political weapon… Read more Catholics and Elections
The Cummins Institute is happy to forward a recent essay by Saint Mary’s College faculty colleague, Mary Volmer, MFA, written… Read more What Does It Mean to Love One’s Neighbor?
“Justice and peace will kiss,” psalm 85:11 Saint Clare Today is the memorial of Saint Clare of Assisi, the first… Read more John Lewis in the Footsteps: ‘Good Trouble’ & Non-Violence
At Tarragona in Spain, saint Jaime Hilario (Manuel) Barbal Cosán, religious of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, martyr, who,… Read more Speaking Truth to Power: The Witness of Saint Jaime Hilario Barbal, F.S.C.
“O God, who desired the Virgin Saint Kateri Tekakwitha to flower among Native Americans in a life of innocence, grant,… Read more Indigenous Holiness
Editor’s introduction: The author of today’s blog, a 2020 graduate of Saint Mary’s College who majored in kinesiology, recounts a… Read more Leadership for Change
This week is the Octave of the Feast of Corpus Christi, a liturgical celebration instituted in 1264, after the Miracle… Read more The Black Body of Christ
Today’s blog, which celebrates the birth of Christian community, is dedicated to the memory of George Floyd, who was a… Read more Spirit and Fire – Pentecost for Us
By Professor Edward Porcella, Saint Mary’s College In the little guide book distributed at his canonization in Rome… Read more Saint John Henry Newman – Man and Portrait