Kolbe: St. Benedict’s one trick to become Holy

By John B. Manos / July 11, 2016 /

On the feast the St. Benedict, we typically see people speaking of his medal and protection from evil, but there’s so much more to this saint! One time his sister, St. Scholastica wrote to him for advice on how to be holy, but before we report his answer to her, consider the life of this saint…

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The Tragic Comedy of Dehellenized Vocabulary

By John B. Manos / November 6, 2013 /

Or, how classical Platonists and modern neoplatonists interpret Theology of the Body topics. In his Regensberg lecture, Pope Benedict complained that we are now encountering the dehellenization of society. That one word has so much import that we could fill books speaking of the ramifications, but in my amateur capacity, I like to summarize what…

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