Christ famously taught: “Judge not, that you be not judged” (Matthew 7:1). As Aquinas points out, Christ by no means intended to rule out all judgments about another person’s actions or character. Rather, he was […]
In The Primacy of the Common Good Against the Personalists (1943), the Thomist philosopher Charles Dekoninck put his finger on the metaphysical origins of all war and conflict. The root of such evils is a distortion […]
We are not used to thinking about owing anything to God. In many ways, religion has become focused on “me,” going to Church therapeutically to feel good about oneself. In reality, we owe God everything. […]
Professor J. Budziszewski is the author of numerous books, including What We Can’t Not Know: A Guide (Ignatius Press), Commentary on Thomas Aquinas’s Treatise on Happiness and Ultimate Purpose (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), as well […]
The launch of the EWTN Vatican Bureau’s ‘Roman Nights’ event series at the Order of the Holy Sepulchre’s headquarters in Rome. / Daniel Ibáñez/CNA.
Rome, Italy, Nov 4, 2021 / 10:20 am (CNA).
The EWTN Vatican Bureau will launch the “Roman Nights”… […]
The “power of positive thinking”—a phrase made famous by Norman Vincent Peale’s famous 1952 self-help book by the same name—has been, in various forms and ways, the long-time mantra of the modern self-help movement. There […]
In Curing Mad Truths, French philosopher Rémi Brague argues that the modern world is dying because it cannot answer the question of why it should live. To answer that question will require humility, according to […]