By Jordan Hylden As vocations director in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, I talk with a lot of young people discerning a call to ordained ministry. Very often, they’re evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail, ... Read More...
The struggle to properly balance the contemplative and the active virtues is not new to modern American life. St. Gregory the Great discussed the need for both in his classic
The possibility of genuine politics begins with the first Christmas, with the Incarnation. It is finally and only here that we see there might actually be a peaceable Prince of all the world.
We say we are free, but more of us feel alone, afraid, angry, despised, and powerless.