Books

How many faces of Christ?

February 8, 2017 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 0

Recent decades have witnessed revisionist portraits of Jesus congenial to the contemporary concerns of the chattering classes rise time and time again, whether Christs compatible with New-Age thinking from the 1970s and ’80s, reconstructions of […]

Essay

Seeking Signs During The Times

January 3, 2017 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 0

The fall of my junior year in high school the United States had launched Operation Desert Shield, designed to keep Saddam Hussein out of Saudi Arabia while providing time to make preparations for the offensive […]

Essay

Intercommunion?

October 30, 2016 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 0

Rumors are running rampant that intercommunion with Lutherans is on the table as Pope Francis travels to Lund, Sweden to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this Monday and Tuesday. On one hand, extraordinary […]

Essay

Reason, Authority, and the Roman Rite

July 20, 2016 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 0

Catholicism esteems reason without rationalism, authority without authoritarianism. Catholicism works when the Church’s authorities act in a rational manner, using their reason to interpret the Church’s teaching rightly and in turn to teach it with […]

Opinion

Ad Orientem Nunc!

July 12, 2016 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 0

Cardinal Robert Sarah, Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments (CDW for short), gave a beautiful barnburner of a speech last week at the Sacra Liturgia conference in London. […]

Essay

Martyrs on the Fourth of July

July 4, 2016 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 0

A pall hangs over this Fourth of July celebration, as progressive developments in the realm of law and politics threaten historic liberties: our fundamental freedoms of speech, of assembly, of self-defense, of due process, of […]