The Rosary as Discussed by Paul VI and John Paul II

8 minutes By Mary Boneno, The Catholic University of America The following was a college essay written by Mary Boneno. It has been edited and approved by Paul Gillett. If you have a Theology essay that you would like published that received a grade of an A- or higher, please be sure to contact us. The Rosary […]

Building the Domestic Church: For Parents and Catechists

11 minutes By Phillip Hadden, Holy Apostles College I’ve gone to weekend retreats and perused Catholic message boards, and time and time again, our conversation moves into the need to renew catechesis in the Church. Naturally, the conversation usually ends there with stating the problem and providing no solutions and no plans of action. I hope to […]

The Rosary: Making the Most of this Powerful Weapon

4 minutes By Catherine Stodola, University of Alabama With all the trials facing the world today, it is easy to feel lost or helpless. People want to help improve things but are unsure how to make a difference. Unfortunately, no one can singlehandedly cure COVID-19, end abortion, put a stop to racism, or completely fix any other […]

A Student Reflection on The Mysteries of the Rosary

6 minutes By Nick Jones, University of Rhode Island One of the greatest fruits of a daily recitation of the Rosary is the ability to internalize and claim as our own the truths found in the various Mysteries. By meditating upon Our Blessed Lord’s Life, Death, and Resurrection over the course of a lifetime, we can come […]

Pope John Paul II and the Fall of Communism in Poland

15 minutes By Jenna Drummond The Cold War is defined as a confrontation between capitalism and communism, which peaked between 1945 and 1989. Its origins go back further in history, and its ramifications are still felt today. The Cold War became a competition for leadership, influence, and power in the world. During the peak years of the […]