I announced on Friday that on March 1, the CLAA would begin charging a new “Support Services Fee” to provide for our support services. I have since received two e-mails questioning the justice of such a fee. One of those messages warned me of acting before I think about it and criticized me for failing […]
Phil Mulryne is another example of men who make the ascent from sporting to religion, the ultimate human sport. Thanks to Iwona major for the link. http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2012/01/27/former-man-united-footballer-to-become-a-priest/ You can see him scoring a goal for the Northern Ireland national team below against Denmark:
Today is the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas, the “Angelic Doctor” of the Catholic Church, known as the “Christian Aristotle”. He’s widely misunderstood today because the system of learning he lived for is not longer known to Christians in most places. The more we recover the classical liberal arts, the more we will understand, […]
In honor of St. Thomas Aquinas’ feast day today, here is a prayer he wrote that students can learn to aid them in their studies.
How very lovely they must be Whom God hast glorified. Yet one of them, O sweetest thought, Is ever at my side. How can we not believe the words of Jesus himself: “See that you despise not one of these little [children]: for I say to you, that their angels in heaven always see […]