Only One Option

Name it what you will, but in the end, there is only one option for Christians in today's world. Rod Dreher's insightful recent work, The Benedict Option, is but one iteration of it. There are others espousing the Dominican Option, the Franciscan Option, even the Justin Martyr Option. But for as many feast days as there are on … Continue reading Only One Option

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Meeting God in the Upper Room (Msgr. Peter Vaghi)

It's an image that is familiar to any Christian. It's been the subject for myriad artists for centuries, from paint-by-number coloring books to DaVinci, Raphael, and the greats. The Upper Room is a source of great mystery while at the same time being the center of several of the most significant events of Revelation. It … Continue reading Meeting God in the Upper Room (Msgr. Peter Vaghi)

First Things 2014 Erasmus Lecture

This has been out there a while now, but if you didn't see Archbishop Chaput's lecture, it is well worth watching. I am a big fan of Archbishop Chaput and his is a voice we need in today's society. As we debate the need for religious freedom in the courts and in society at large, … Continue reading First Things 2014 Erasmus Lecture

Streetwalking with Jesus (John Green)

I wanted to read this book after hearing an interview with John Green on the Hugh Hewitt show. After hearing of Deacon Green's amazing ministry, I just had to read his story. Streetwalking with Jesus was an amazing read. The most amazing part, perhaps, is how this book will challenge you in your own spiritual … Continue reading Streetwalking with Jesus (John Green)

The End and the Beginning (George Weigel)

If authors were baseball players, everyone would want George Weigel on his team. He would have the highest batting average in the Major Leagues, hitting doubles and triples with the greatest of ease. And with The End and the Beginning, Weigel has hit another grand slam, a fitting afterword to his masterpiece, Witness to Hope. … Continue reading The End and the Beginning (George Weigel)