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

Tag: Sacred Tradition

“But was that really Mary?” Apparitions of Mary – Part II

In Part I of this article, we defined what an apparition is, discussed some of the issues surrounding the proliferation of these kinds of reports, and talked about when and how Our Blessed Lady has appeared. But just because someone claims to have seen Our Lady, how can we be certain it was really Mary?… Read More ›

Seeking (and Finding) Truth

Seeking (and Finding) Truth”   Pilate touched on it so long ago: “What is truth?” It’s the one question that confronts us all, the answer we all seek. At the most basic level, truth involves moral uprightness, being truthful; seeking answers or wisdom; right judgment. C.S. Lewis, perhaps the most influential Christian mind in modern times,… Read More ›

St. Mark the Evangelist

Feast Day: April 25 Symbol: Winged Lion1 Revered in both the Latin and Greek Church Patronage: Barristers, Notaries, Venice, Egypt We owe so much to our forefathers in faith – to the apostles and first Christians, and especially to the handful of men who put down in writing all that they had seen and heard…. Read More ›