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“Sacred Heart of Jesus, Full of Love for Us”

The month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart. Read “Never underestimate the power of prayer that appeals directly to the Sacred Heart” a comment & blog written by Mary O’Regan, published by The Catholic Herald.

Holy Apostles Appoints Two New Chairs

  Holy Apostles Appoints Two New Chairs Holy Apostles College & Seminary is proud to announce the appointments of Prof. Charles Rex, as the Chair in Music History and Violin and Prof. Joseph Pearce, as the Tolkien and Lewis Chair in Literary Studies. Meet Our New Chairs! Violinist Charles Rex, the former Associate Concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, who has recently retired, will […] Read More

Duc in Altum by Fr. Joseph Henchey w/ Lisa Fortini-Campbell

Where do we get the energy to persevere in our voyage into the spiritual deep? In this reflection, Fr. Henchey shows how baptism changes our essential character, bringing us new life and making us more open to the grace that will transform us as we ever so gradually work to become more Christ-like during our […] Read More

From the Pope: Teamwork & Fair Play

TO THE DELEGATION OF THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE (NFL) – See more at: http://www.news.va/en/news/to-a-delegation-of-the-national-football-league-nf#sthash.YqS2Yoyy.dpuf “Our world, and especially our young people, need models, persons who show us how to bring out the best in ourselves, to use our God-given gifts and talents, and, in so doing, to point the way to a better future for […] Read More

God’s Power

Read  “Pope at Mass: God’s Power Saves us from Weakness and Sins“ from Vatican Radio published by news.va   “All of us are vulnerable, fragile, weak, and we need to be healed,” the Pope said.  But recognizing our vulnerability is one of the most difficult things of life.  At times, we try to cover this […] Read More

Moral Imagination

Read  “Awakening the Moral Imagination” written by Vigen Guroian published by The Imaginative Conservative. “The American writer Flannery O’Connor spoke a simple but profound truth when she said that ‘a story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way…. You tell a story because a statement would be inadequate.’ The great […] Read More

Catholic art after the Reformation

Artemisia Gentileschi’s “Judith Slaying Holofernes” (1620-21). (Credit: Catholic News Agency.) Art historian Elizabeth Lev explains how Artemisia Gentileschi, a post-reformation painter, expressed her childhood trauma, her constant battle with sin and the teachings of the Church though her art. Through a careful examination of her most famous works we learn how Artemisia is a true […] Read More