Friendship Redeemed by Fraternity

Friendship Redeemed by Fraternity

This article was originally published in Sword & Spade magazine. Fr. Matthew Kauth, S.T.D., founding rector of St. Joseph College Seminary in Charlotte, describes the power of fraternity in forming the man and priest.   Life has no pleasure higher or nobler than that of friendship. It is painful to consider that this sublime enjoy...

By Sword&Spade - 04 17 2021
A Broken Society Explains Why People Are So Lonely

A Broken Society Explains Why People Are So Lonely

This article was originally published in Sword & Spade magazine. by John Horvat II A  friend of mine works at a health clinic in a medium-sized town in the Midwest. He told me about a peculiar kind of patient that comes in for treatment. They are young and old, rich and poor. They are men and women. It is safe to say they represent a cro...

By Sword&Spade - 04 15 2021
Kindness is Loving, But it’s Just Too

Kindness is Loving, But it’s Just Too

Charity – or love – is not something that is essentially different from justice, even if we think of them that way.  Yes, there are times when it may seem we are being charitable instead of being just, but most often what is actually happening is that charity is going beyond what justice demands. When Jesus tells us to lend to those in need...

By Mr. Jason Craig - 04 14 2021