• What the world needs is more prayer

    • May 2, 2017

    In an interview with Kathryn Jean Lopez, Anthony L. Lilles – author of “Fire from Above,” and academic dean of St. John’s Seminary in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles – talks about the deeper life of prayer. Among other things, she says that when God comes to us in prayer and reveals the immensity of His love, it’s the finest moment in our lives, and one minute in this kind of prayer does more good in the world than anything else we can do.

  • How Low Sunday became Divine Mercy Sunday

    How Low Sunday became Divine Mercy Sunday

    • Apr 23, 2017

    The Sunday after Easter was once called Low Sunday, but now we celebrate it as Divine Mercy Sunday. The reason is that after a long 20th century, the human family is in tremendous need of healing and hope, of both receiving mercy and sharing compassion with one another.

  • Why liberals have lost their way over the Trump victory

    • Nov 20, 2016

    Victor Hugo’s silent revolution was initiated by the triumvirate of divine goodness proclaimed in the bishop’s simple act of mercy: love your enemies, pray for those that persecute you, and turn the other cheek. Hugo understood what today’s progressive liberals have forgotten.