Finding gratitude in what is given

Sometimes in our contemporary culture, gratitude is portrayed as just another self-help scheme, but true gratitude, a very deep well, is profoundly spiritual.

A Catholic convert can help us love Mary more

Raïssa Oumansoff, one of the 20th century’s greatest writers about the Virgin Mary, was a most unlikely convert from Judaism. Raïssa’s writings, imbued with poetic grace and profound theological insight, reveal a soul ardently devoted to the Virgin Mary.

No, Richard Dawkins, cultural Christianity is not enough

In a striking turn of events, renowned atheist and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins recently declared himself a “cultural Christian.” This declaration was sparked by his reaction to the Mayor of London’s decision to celebrate Ramadan with 30,000 lights on Oxford Street rather than Easter.