Philosophy professor Lloyd Newton says that attending church weekly is not primarily about what one gets out of it, as important as that is, but what one owes the supreme author of our being, namely praise, honor and worship. [Read More]
Posts tagged with "Gregorian Institute"
The image of Aaron and Hur supporting Moses provides a vivid analogy for how we might support our priest in his calling to serve and protect the people of God through preaching. Just as they lifted up Moses’ arms, we can provide support for our priest as he attempts to deliver dynamic, Scripturally sound, Christ-exalting homilies. [Read More]
Universities were built to address the great questions, but they don’t do that anymore. Instead they focus on “the production of new bits of knowledge” as Anthony Kronman put it. That cedes the ground of the fundamental task of the university to institutions like the Gregorian Institute and the conference I just got back from ... [Read More]