The man who found his vocation with a camera

He was a fashion photographer who worked in Manhattan and regularly went to Paris runway shows, yet he used duct tape to repair his...

An evening of blue note spirituality

No Catholic theologian would refer to the author of the Book of Revelation as “John the Revelator.” Yet when Son House sings about the...

‘Love’ in Latin and Spanish, and colorful aluminum

To honor Pope Francis on the occasion of his visit to the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Association for Public...

A poet finds joy in both art and faith

After his parents divorced, Michael White briefly lived with his mother, but she would regularly make him ask his father to “take” him. “She’d...

Businessman made an impression in art world

With his full beard and sometimes wearing a beret, Claude Monet looked like an artist, and it’s easy to imagine him creating those short,...

‘Mad Men’ and the depression of Don Draper

About four years ago, I had to take the long flight to New Zealand to give a retreat to the priests of the diocese...

St. Faustina drama comes to Gibbsboro

Performing artist Nancy Scimone will present a one-woman show on St. Faustina on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 12, at St. Andrew the Apostle Church,...

A Theory of Everything: A God-Haunted film

By Very Rev. Robert Barron The great British physicist Stephen Hawking has emerged in recent years as a poster boy for atheism, and his heroic...

‘Calvary’ and a portrait of a real priest

By Very Rev. Robert Barron St. Pope John Paul II said that a priest should have the heart of Christ the Good Shepherd. Far too...

‘The Fault in Our Stars’ and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

By Very Rev. Robert Barron John Green's novel "The Fault in Our Stars" has proven to be wildly popular among young adults in the English-speaking...
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