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Recent Articles

A painting depicting Christ lying naked and helpless on the stable floor with ox and ass looking upon him.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

The Real Stable

By Giovanni Papini

"It was not by chance that Jesus was born in a stable," Papini writes, reflecting on the significance of Jesus' birth in the lowliest and filthiest of places.

detail of flight into egypt

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Out of Egypt

By Charles E. Moore

Like Jesus, many will find themselves in a foreign land this Christmas, or in a prison cell or homeless shelter. Others are inwardly alienated, estranged from family or feeling far from God. But even in these places of exile, God’s redeeming love…

Mourners at Oscar Romero's funeral

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Blood and Ink

By Robert Lassalle-Klein

Why were six Jesuits and two women killed in one night? Like Oscar Romero, they had come to believe it was their duty as Christians speak up for human rights and peace.