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Eat What Is Before You

Feeding children what is good for them is sometimes difficult. The healthy foods that will nourish them and support their growth often seem unattractive or foreign. It may take some time for the kids to learn to enjoy true nourishment. … Continue reading

Preaching Judgment

While our human judgment suffers from a deep fallibility, God’s judgment is subject to no such imperfection. Throughout the Sacred Scriptures, God asks his prophets to go and report to people that he will judge them. Jonah goes to the … Continue reading

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The Love of God?

Dominicana > Home / Bible, Catholicism, Culture, Discipleship, Theological Virtues, Theology, Virtue / The Love of God? Nicholas Kristof’s Reduced Christianity Posted on September 16, 2016 by: Br. Alan Piper, O.P. A couple weeks ago, New York Times columnist Nicholas … Continue reading

Preaching Reality

Dominicana > Home / Dominican Order, Evangelization, Jubilarians of the Province of St. Joseph, Prayer, Preaching / Preaching Reality Posted on September 19, 2016 by: Br. Henry Stephan, O.P. Editor’s note: This is the first post in a series that honors the religious lives … Continue reading

Preacher, Professor, and Author Extraordinaire

Dominicana > Home / Dominican Order, Friendship & Happiness, Jubilarians of the Province of St. Joseph, Virtue & Moral Life / Preacher, Professor, and Author Extraordinaire An interview with Fr. Basil Cole, O.P. Posted on September 20, 2016 by: Br. … Continue reading

Preaching the Missions

Dominicana > Home / Dominican Order, Jubilarians of the Province of St. Joseph, Prayer, Preaching, Vocation / Preaching the Missions An Interview with Fr. Henry Camacho, O.P. Posted on September 21, 2016 by: Br. Irenaeus Dunlevy, O.P. Editor’s note: This … Continue reading

Friar Teacher

Dominicana > Home / Dominican Order, Jubilarians of the Province of St. Joseph, Preaching, Vocation / Friar Teacher An Interview with Fr. Giles Dimock, O.P. Posted on September 22, 2016 by: Br. Barnabas McHenry, O.P. In depictions of Saint Dominic, … Continue reading

Building Churches, Saving Souls

Dominicana > Home / Dominican Order, Evangelization, Jubilarians of the Province of St. Joseph, Preaching, Vocation / Building Churches, Saving Souls An Interview with Brother Thomas Aquinas Dolan, O.P. Posted on September 23, 2016 by: Br. Martin Davis, O.P. When … Continue reading

A Captive Audience

Editor’s note: This is the fourth post in a series highlighting the corporal and spiritual works of mercy during this Jubilee Year of Mercy. Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them; and those who are ill-treated, since you also … Continue reading

Ere the Final Falls

Editor’s note: This is the fifth and final post in a series highlighting the corporal and spiritual works of mercy during this Jubilee Year of Mercy. The souls of the just are in the hands of God and no torment may touch them. … Continue reading

Let’s Eat.

Editor’s note: This is the first post in a series highlighting the corporal and spiritual works of mercy during this Jubilee Year of Mercy. Like any good native South Carolinian, I’ve spent a healthy amount of time in Charleston, one of the best … Continue reading

Don’t Leave Him Naked

Editor’s note: This is the second post in a series highlighting the corporal and spiritual works of mercy during this Jubilee Year of Mercy. You’ve seen him lying on the sidewalks. Perhaps it was January, and his skin was ice blue. Or maybe … Continue reading

Mercy You Can Trust

Editor’s note: This is the third post in a series highlighting the corporal and spiritual works of mercy during this Jubilee Year of Mercy. “Wow, he can do that?” The child from the South Bronx parish was not watching Cristiano Ronaldo perform a … Continue reading

Divine Hope and Human Expectations

Hope is a theological virtue infused by God into our souls to keep us from discouragement. Expectations, on the other hand, are human ideas of which we sometimes need to be wary. How often we expect too much from ourselves … Continue reading

Contemplative Gaze

“It’s quite true that we are absurd and frivolous, that we have bad habits, that we are bored, that we don’t know how to look at anything or understand anything.” – The Idiot Pokémon Go took the country by storm … Continue reading

Hidden with Christ

We value show and display. We love seeing and being seen. This is true in every time period. The Roman nobility made grand public appearances. Nineteenth-century English aristocrats appeared at ballroom dances. We differ from them only slightly. We have … Continue reading

Pro Deo Et Patria

Today we celebrate the 241st birthday of the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps. Established by the Continental Congress on July 29, 1775, only fifteen days after the creation of the Continental Army on July 14, the Chaplain Corps continues its important … Continue reading

The Art of Accompaniment

In his Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis adds several phrases to the growing vocabulary and vision of the New Evangelization—a vision to which each pope has contributed since the Second Vatican Council. One of these phrases is “the art of accompaniment”: … Continue reading

The Field of Stars

“Grant us to sit, one at your right hand and one at your left, in your glory.” (Mark 10:36) The most popular pilgrimage site in Medieval Europe was the tomb of St. James the Apostle in northwest Spain (Sant Iago … Continue reading

Thoughts on “Mine”

Things that are “mine” are a big part of our lives. But an even bigger part are the people that are “mine.” Husbands, wives, siblings, children, and friends are all called “mine.” Even my teachers, my doctor, and my plumber … Continue reading

Josh Garrels’ Home

“Could it be?!” The approaching silhouette of a young man on the horizon causes the aged man to leap from his seat and bound across the field, his feeble limbs now nimble with hope. He catches the young man, who … Continue reading

Living with Dying

Make us know the shortness of our life in order that we may gain wisdom of heart.                                                 … Continue reading

Maudlin Preaching

Should joy characterize our Christian lives and evangelical efforts? The knee-jerk swiftness with which we all reply to this soft-headed question shows that we’ve come to accept the crucial importance of a happy, joyful witness to Jesus Christ. We’ve learned the … Continue reading