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  • Should the Latin Mass Be Celebrated?

    Should the Latin Mass Be Celebrated?

    What is the Latin Mass? What is its place and purpose today, in a post Vatican II age? In light of the recent controversies, two friends come to discuss their respective ways of celebrating the mass and whether the traditional Latin rite should continue.  

  • Merry Christmas From Morning Walk

    Merry Christmas From Morning Walk

    When deepest darkness hides the soul, that only knows to mourn A far off light Isaiah holds, a child is to be born To shepherds, mother and a priest, the angels first proclaim The glory of his majesties, and “Do not be afraid”   A silence of four hundred years, the people did endure Past…

  • Perspectives Podcast, Episode 1

    Check out our recent podcast episode discussing how we communicate and understand the world through symbols. We meander through what this means in math, friendship, and our understanding of God.

  • Addressing the Allowance of Evil

    Addressing the Allowance of Evil

    How can a good God allow evil? Here is a place where philosophy shifts its focus to the practical. How do we make sense of the suffering all around us, and is the suffering consistent with the existence of a good God? The problem of evil is that if God is all-knowing, all-powerful and all…

  • Small Graces for Great Glory

    Small Graces for Great Glory

    Something I have been learning about is the magic of ordinary days. God has a way of making small things, things we see as mundane, quite beautiful. He has been teaching me how important it is to live in holiness and happiness in every small moment of our lives. As we thank him for our…

  • On God’s Hiddenness

    On God’s Hiddenness

    The existence of God is not obvious. We often feel that we ought to encounter God himself—or at least tangible, overt evidence—if he truly exists. Many ask why God does not make himself more clearly known. Could he not write a message in the sky, or speak as an answer to prayer, or come like…

  • A Subhuman Creature

    A Subhuman Creature

    “The subhuman is a biological creature, crafted by nature, which has hands, legs, eyes and mouth, even the semblance of a brain. Nevertheless, this terrible creature is only a partial human being. Although it has features similar to a human, the subhuman is lower on the spiritual and psychological scale than any animal.” [1] Such…

  • Humility and Humiliation

    Humility and Humiliation

    Nothing in my hand I bring, simply to the cross I cling; naked, come to thee for dress; helpless, look to thee for grace; foul, I to the fountain fly; wash me, Savior, or I die. The words of the hymn Rock of Ages characterize a humility born from an awareness of sin, who we…