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Encountering Saint Joseph

Encountering Saint Joseph

[NOTE: Jennifer Settle is the co-author of Consecration to Jesus Through St. Joseph: An Integrated Look at the Holy Family. The next consecration begins on the Feast of St. Joseph on March 19 and concludes May 1, the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. You can order the...

How to Communicate Complex Theology to a Mass Audience

How to Communicate Complex Theology to a Mass Audience

If we want to be part of the New Evangelization then some of us are meant to be old-school evangelists too! On this episode of my podcast The Way of Beauty, Christopher West and I talk about his techniques for communicating complex theological concepts to a mass...

Sunday Funday and the Sabbath

Sunday Funday and the Sabbath

Sunday, funday. For years now, the rise of brunch dollars, a day off, and the desire to find community in non-traditional ways has sparked this declaration of freedom. Social media posts rebrand Sunday as a time of fellowship and seven-dollar toast and mimosas,...

Porno-graphy and Theo-graphy

Porno-graphy and Theo-graphy

'When the fullness of time had come, God sent his Son, born of a woman…’ (Gal 4:4). We’ve heard it a thousand times. It can go in one ear and out the other without sinking in. Do you know what this means? Woman is the earthly “opening” to heaven. Her body, her...

Three New Year’s Resolutions Every Catholic Should Make

Three New Year’s Resolutions Every Catholic Should Make

In his Theology of the Body, Saint John Paul II spoke of three “infallible and indispensable” means for living out an authentic Christian spirituality (he was speaking specifically of the spirituality of married life, but it applies to one and all): a deepening life...

TOB Institute 2019 Highlights

TOB Institute 2019 Highlights

What a year for the Theology of the Body Institute! We are excited to share with you major highlights of our 2019, which were made possible thanks to your prayers and financial support

The Smells of Christmas

The Smells of Christmas

A Culture of the Image
Ahh, the smells of Christmas…. The fresh pine-scent of trees and wreaths; the ham baking; the cookies cooling; the cinnamon and nutmeg wafting from ovens and eggnog; and the rank scent of fresh, steaming manure … What!? [record screeeeech!!]

Wrapped For Advent

Wrapped For Advent

Jerusalem, take off your robe of mourning and misery; put on the splendor of glory from God forever: wrapped in the cloak of justice from God, bear on your head the mitre that displays the glory of the eternal name. - Baruch 5:1-9 When I was young, I remember visiting...

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