"Everyone who belongs to the Truth hears my voice…" (John 18:37)



February 21, 2017 • Living in Truth

Few movies have made as much of an impression on me as did Martin Scorsese’s film, Silence. Based on the novel by Japanese author, Shūsako Endō, Silence tells the story of two Portuguese priests who travel to Japan as missionaries in 1637, during the time of the Tokugawa shogunate (also called the Edo period). History… Read More ›

Faith In Motion »

How to Think


In this video, originally aired in 1955, Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen will give us a lesson in how to think.

Words of Truth »

“Foundational Bearings of Theology” – 3rd Lecture by Fr. Jerome


Foundational Bearings of Theology – Lecture 3: Mystery, Revelation, The Three Vehicles of Truth: (Scripture, Tradition, and Magisterium) Faith and Reason Experience firsthand the transformative power of knowledge infused with the gift of Faith. The following MP3 Lecture Series is an assimilation of that which is best in Theology and it centers in around an experience that… Read More ›

Straight From the Pew »

The Vulnerability of God


When you think of God, what image first comes to mind? If you read the Old Testament, it’s easy to focus on His omniscience, His power and might, for this is the God we see on nearly every page. But that’s not the whole story. The New Testament reveals another side of God – the… Read More ›