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This Sunday: Render Unto Caesar (and God, Too)

In his Sunday’s Gospel (the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A), Jesus short-circuits a clever trap by the Pharisees. They want him to declare himself pro-tax and thereby get in trouble [Read More...]

We All Knew Hollywood’s Secret Long Before Harvey

Hollywood has been stealing innocence for years. [Read More...]

Fatima: A New Miracle and a New Mission

Heaven is inviting everyone to join in a mission as old as the Gospels and as new as each of us — if only we will listen. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Good News! You’re Invited. The Bad News?

What kind of wedding garment do you have? asks Benedictine monk Father Dennis Meade. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Don’t Treat God Like a Waiter

The Eucharist is a rich and abundant feast, to which the proper response is “I am not worthy.” [Read More...]

Only the Church Believes What the Love Songs Say

The Church is the last guardian of true romance. And if you think about it, pop music agrees. [Read More...]

Benedictine Memorare Army Cheers Freedom Win

Becket Fund Chairman Bill Mumma spoke to Benedictine College students shortly before the win, and urged students to keep up the fight. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Cultivate Your Vineyard

Do we welcome Jesus into the vineyard of our hearts, asks Father Meinrad Miller, or do we drive him out? [Read More...]

Benedictine on EWTN: Lost Catholic Screenwriter Recovered

“This guy had a hand in rewriting It’s a Wonderful Life,” asked Raymond Arroyo: “That’s not a more impressive legacy than Mr. Blue?” [Read More...]

Dr. Ramage’s Catholic Answers to Hard Questions

Benedictine College theologian Dr. Matthew Ramage is still asking hard questions about Jesus … and providing answers. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Finding Peace Amid Death and Destruction

“Have no anxiety at all” is a hard message in hard times. [Read More...]

What Does It Mean to Get Something ‘Blessed’?

Sacramentals can seem almost like a guilty pleasure for Catholics. Somewhere deep inside, we suspect we ought to be above such things, but we sure like our rosaries to be blessed. [Read More...]

Audio Tour of St Benedict’s Abbey

Good Sacred Architecture is good theology, too. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, Look Who Gets Heaven Before You

Be careful not to blunt the force of today’s Gospel, says Brother Leven. [Read More...]

This Sunday: Good Intentions Mean Nothing to God

He only cares about what we actually do. [Read More...]

Three Catholic Mentalities

In media and in real life, our use of these three responses in social engagement can almost always predict the outcome. [Read More...]

WATCH: This Sunday, God Exceeds Expectations

God’s gifts know no bounds, according to the Gospel for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A). [Read More...]

St. Matthew and the Myth of the Dark Ages

Rodney Stark’s new book on anti-Catholic history cites the total bias of calling the 4th to the 14th centuries the Dark Ages. [Read More...]

This Sunday: A Little Work, a Great Reward

It is never too late to start … [Read More...]

The Real Catholic Scandal Is Lay, Not Clergy

“Bishops haven’t felt free to say that,” said the cardinal. “But the pope is free to say it. And he did.” [Read More...]