Posts Tagged ‘Catholic Culture’

Catholic culture has changed forever and that’s a good thing

Monday, May 27th, 2019
Jennifer Roback Morse

The clergy sex-abuse scandal has irrevocably changed Catholic culture. Ordinary Catholics are comfortable today doing and saying things that would have been unthinkable to them just a few short years ago. And this is a good thing. More than changes to Church governance, the policies and procedures, changes in what ordinary Catholics expect of themselves Read more

I’m pretty convinced my 2 year old godson has a vocation.

Monday, August 7th, 2017

Fr Harrison Ayre is a priest in the diocese of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. On his Twitter account he describes himself as “Priest for the theologian. canucks fan. vintage jazz enthusiast. beer snob. reader of books. He is pretty impressed with his godson’s two-year-old liturgical knowledge. Have a look and see why Related Posts:Separate fires Read more

10 novels every Catholic should definitely read

Monday, February 13th, 2017

Here are ten novels every Catholic should read. You’ll notice that there is no mention of Chesterton, Lewis, or Tolkien. I left their works out, because most people have already read them.   Continue reading Related Posts:Post pandemic: More people reading their BiblesAnglican diocese confused after threats to sue made…Midler calls on women to refuse Read more

Catholic culture and the Nativity scene at the Vatican

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

ROME – Just as with department store windows in the United States, reminders in Rome that Christmas is coming seem to start popping up earlier and earlier ever year. Of course Italians don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, but it’s worth pointing out that Turkey Day just happened and it feels like Christmas season is here. This week, Read more