Essay

“It’s the Mass that matters”

February 21, 2021 Fr. Charles Fox 8

In early 20th-century England, a certain politician railed against English Catholics at a time when they were largely ostracized. His rallying-cry found a ready audience, not only with those sympathetic to the politician’s anti-Catholic position, […]

The Dispatch

Preparing for a post-COVID Church

February 8, 2021 Fr. Charles Fox 23

How should the Catholic Church in the United States prepare to carry-out her mission in a “post-COVID” world? As the now-infamous year 2020 has ended, and the world eagerly awaits the benefits of recently approved […]

The Dispatch

Loving God first and completely

October 21, 2020 Fr. Charles Fox 1

Love is not love. The slogan, “love is love,” stands at the heart of the cultural conflict over the notion of “same-sex marriage”. There is much to say about that specific topic, and a recently […]