Ethics for Christmas

In Jesus Christ the reality of God has entered into the reality of this world. The place where the questions about the reality of God and about the reality of the world are answered at the same time is characterized solely by the name: Jesus Christ. God and the world are enclosed in this name. In... Continue Reading →

O Sapientia: An Advent Reflection

O Wisdom, coming forth from the mouth of the Most High, reaching from one end to the other mightily, and sweetly ordering all things: Come and teach us the way of prudence. O Sapientia O Sapientia, one of the seven O Antiphons sung and meditated upon during the Advent season, is officially my favorite. Sapientia... Continue Reading →

Literature Spotlight: Agnes Grey

"It must be a great consolation to you, to have a home, Miss Grey," observed my companion after a short pause, "however remote, or seldom visited, still it is something to look to." "It is so much, that I think I could not live without it..." - Agnes and Mr. Weston from Agnes Grey, Chapter Thirteen,... Continue Reading →

Literature Spotlight: Hamlet

Though this be madness, yet there is method in 't. - Polonius, from Hamlet (2.2.201-202) Truly... Where to begin after reading the "The Tragedie of Hamlet: Prince of Denamarke?" Throughout the whole of the play, I must be honest. I was a bit confused and muddled over the ideas and thoughts presented. But the one that... Continue Reading →

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