Four articles are loaded to the Archived Articles section of the blog today.
Waters of New Life is the beginning of a series of articles on Biblical-Liturgical symbols that was first published at Catholic Digest. The other six article will soon follow.
The Shroud and the High Speed Train recounts my visit to venerate the shroud of Turin and how modern technology has advanced our knowledge of the mysterious relic.
Why Don’t Catholics Read the Bible is a piece written for CRUX which examines the different ways Catholics and Protestants read the Bible
A Monastic Response to Islam is a review of the Film “Of Gods and Men” which tells the story of the Cistercian monks in the Algerian desert who were martyred by Muslim terrorists.
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