The Incarnation of Jesus Christ

The Incarnation of Jesus Christ

Who is Jesus Christ? When we profess the Nicene Creed, we declare that Jesus is uncreated, of the same divine substance as God the Father, eternal, truly God and that he became man. The Church also teaches in the Catechism of the Catholic Church that “Jesus Christ is...

Fortitude for Kids

What is Fortitude? If you have ever watched a football game you know that the goal of the game is for your team to get the ball across your goal line, a touchdown. You also know that the person who is running with the football has many players from the other team...

Temperance for Kids

Have you ever eaten too much food and felt bad afterwards? Or have you felt really angry and acted out by yelling or throwing a fit? Sometimes people struggle with controlling what they do and how they feel. The virtue of temperance is about practicing self-control....

Truth

This is one of those words we use a lot without much thought to its meaning, such as when we say, “Tell me the truth!” or “The truth is, I don’t really like broccoli casserole.” Invoking “the truth” is meant as a powerful insistence on honesty and reality. But how do...

Person

Society has made the definition of person ambiguous. We think we know a person when we see one. A man is a person. A woman is a person. A boy is a person, and so on. A technical definition used today is that a person is a being with self-awareness or a being with...

The Venerable Fulton Sheen, a Treasure in Clay

Recently, news spread from the Diocese of Peoria that the Beatification of Venerable Fulton Sheen, which had been scheduled for December 21, would be postponed. The press release gave few details, merely noting that a group of American Bishops asked for further...
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