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That so many are still drawn by the fullness of the truth in the Catholic Church...
That so many are still drawn by the fullness of the truth in the Catholic Church despite the present crisis is witness to her identity as “the one true fold” of Christ, and a book like John Beaumont’s offers encouragement and inspiration both to thos...[Read More]
“So put your mind to it…” January 31, 2023 by Amy Welborn I’d like to you consider a 16th century woman from the Low Countries. No, don’t run. Give me a minute. If you take a look at what I’ve got below, you might see a couple of things: First, to in...[Read More]
A scene from Pope Francis’ Mass in Kinshasa, DRC, on Feb. 1, 2023, attended by an estimated more than 1 million people. Elias Turk/CNA Violence in eastern DRC has created a severe humanitarian crisis with more than 5.5 million people displaced ...[Read More]
Hey everybody, Today is the feast of St. John Bosco, and you’re reading The Tuesday Pillar Post. First things first — It’s Catholic Schools Week, and Ed and I are heading back to school, to make two live episodes of The Pillar Podcast, at the Univers...[Read More]
Friends, I have long been interested in exploring The Catechism of The Council of Trent on lionandox. Inspired by the popular Fr. Mike Schmitz and his podcasts The Bible in a Year, and now The Catechism in a Year, it seemed to me (as imitation is the...[Read More]
The evangelist St. John the Baptist introduces us to the drama that affects every human being when he reminds both Jews and Gentiles to repent and believe in the Gospel. The battle of good and evil we inherit at birth reveals the Baptist’s initial me...[Read More]