Catholic Perspective

The Rise and Fall of Patriotism in Ancient Times

In today’s polarized climate, Americans are being asked to choose between “either globalism or nationalism.” It is a false dilemma since neither side represents the balanced position found in an authentic patriotism that first appeared in ancient times. However, even … Continue reading

Authority is From God, but Also for Him

With the myriad political philosophies that circulate today, a thoughtful analyst can become confused, and legitimately so.  Thus, any contribution to the debate that elucidates the basic principles of Catholic social teaching is an invaluable beacon of light amid the … Continue reading

Who Painted the First Picture of Our Lady?

Let us read a short biographical sketch about Saint Luke that will give us elements to comment on his life and works. Luke was born in Antioch to a pagan family. He undoubtedly converted in the year 40. Having met … Continue reading

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