Heaven and Hell. (Good Black Sabbath song, by the way. Give it a listen.) Alexander Solzhenitsyn said this: "the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being." This is particularly relevant to human life, as it encompasses the human capability for both good and evil. It also signifies our knowledge … Continue reading Heaven, Hell, and the Incarnation of God
Most of us seem to take Christmas for granted. And regardless of our religious beliefs and lack thereof, I get the sense that for most of us, it’s just a yearly festivity that comes and goes, without paying more than a mere thought as to where it came from. I guess I’m here to remedy … Continue reading Christmas: Pagan, Christian, or Secular?
It’s hard to even begin the post, not only because it addresses such a specific topic, but because I’m almost intimidated by the eloquence and clarity of greater writers and speakers on this topic, such as the blog of The Medieval Professor, or Matt Fradd’s podcast, Pints With Aquinas. But I do feel like I … Continue reading Solemnity and Tradition in the Catholic Faith