St. Paul, writing to Timothy in his second letter, from prison where he is “in chains” for preaching the Good News, reminds Timothy that the Word of God cannot be chained. As St. John Henry Newman wrote, a “great mischief,” or chain today, is the doctrine that all creeds are...... Read more
For all in the English-speaking world, and especially for this who have English roots, or a connection with England, knowledge of the great saints of the Anglo-Saxon period is very important. This week we look at why that is the case, and what a true “reset” might look like.
It’s said that Jesus uses the word “truth,” or a variation of it, more than 70 times in the Gospels. As we meditate again on our duty to be “truth-tellers,” we are inspired by a living witness to the truth, the great Cardinal Joseph Zen of Hong Kong.