This month the works of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI face off against each other to find the best.
The late Fr. Laurence Shapcote, OP translates doctrina as "knowledge." The newer edition of the Summa from the Aquinas Institute revises this translation from "knowledge" to "teaching." So what is doctrina and what does it mean?
A few years ago, I was fortunate enough to see the oldest surviving Christmas tree in the world...
How do human beings today receive divine revelation? Matthew Levering explores this question in his monograph Engaging the Doctrine of Revelation, which is available for only $7.99 through the end of November.
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St. Ambrose The Gospel reading for All Saints is Matthew 5:1-12a, the Beatitudes. Here’s how a host of Church Fathers reflect on the first few verses: By not choosing His seat in the city, and the market place, but on a mountain in a desert...
Three readings on today's Gospel from Sts. Jerome, Hilary, and Thomas Aquinas.
Catholic Readings on Sunday's Gospel, Parable of the Marriage Feast
Catholic commentaries on the Gospel for Sunday, Matthew 21:33-43, the parable of the tenants.
This week in the lectionary we read from the 11th chapter of St. Matthew's Gospel. The chapter focuses on John the Baptist. Here St. Augustine explains Christ's teaching in Matthew 11:25-27, which follows right after Christ's description of John's...