Journal

These Parables: The Two Sons

by Fr. George William Rutler

As the atmosphere grew tense in Jerusalem, our Lord spoke the parable of the two sons (Matthew 21:28-32). When the…

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Coincidentally: A Cavalcade of Georges

by Fr. George William Rutler

Few literary conventions are more useful than quotation of Aristotle when in a pinch. He gives a sheen to what…

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These Parables: The Yeast

by Fr. George William Rutler

In the heart of noisy Manhattan, when silence falls outside the window, I suspect something has gone wrong. St. Gregory…

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Paper or Plasma? How Are You Reading This Summer?

by Sean Fitzpatrick

Summertime is a favorite time for some favorite reading—but in these times, and in these summers, the issue is not…

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Coincidentally: Just Ain’t The Same

by Fr. George William Rutler

Among truisms, one of the more contestable is that opposites attract. What is true, say, of magnetic poles is not…

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Coincidentally: For Whom the Bell Tolls

by Fr. George William Rutler

As part of its game plan or the Third Millennium, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has sanctioned cremation….

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TMC Trustee Helps Score
Landmark Victory Over
Anti-Catholic Laws

By Michael C. Gilleran Note: Boston-based attorney Michael C. Gilleran is the Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees at Thomas…

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“Spring and Fall” Under an Old Ash Tree

by Sean Fitzpatrick

As we cross the solar border into summer, many may remark that this past spring was not very spring-like. With…

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Coincidentally: Noble Thoughts

by Fr. George William Rutler

Although Persian and English share no etymological roots, the word “bad” means the same in both. This should alert us…

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The Good Life…Or So it Seems in Walker Percy’s The Moviegoer

by Paul Guenzel

Clint Eastwood: Well is that it, Major? Richard Burton: Yes, that’s it, Lieutenant. Clint Eastwood: Do me a favor will…

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