- Aug 6, 2020
For those who think lists of virtues started with William Bennett’s The Book of Virtues in 1993 and ended when word got out 10 years later of Bennett’s enormous gambling losses, there is a rich tradition of elucidating principles to live by that is so long-standing it predates the birth of Christ.
Crux speaks with Francis Beckwith about his new book on Thomas Aquinas.
Auxiliary Bishop Robert Barron of Los Angeles believes St. Thomas Aquinas is more relevant than ever in an era of “nones.”
In the preface to a new book, Pope Francis insists that his family treatise “Amoris Laetitia” does not represent a “rupture” with previous teaching and that it’s based on the “classical doctrine” of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Cardinal Walter Kasper spoke Tuesday in Rome at a presentation of a new book on ‘Amoris Laetitia,’ and while he argued that the debate is no big deal, it sometimes didn’t seem that his heart was in it.