Catholic News & Perspective

June 2020

Jun 5

Opening the Word: The Trinity is a gift of love

By: Timothy P. O'Malley You do not have to be trained as a theologian to recognize the movements of a typical Trinity Sunday homily. The homily often unfolds something like this: The Trinity is three persons and one God. What a mystery! We are not sure what it means. How is three one? One also three? Unknowable. But we do know that God is a...
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Jun 3

Supreme Knight on announcement of founder’s beatification: ‘It’s a beautiful day for the Knights of Columbus’

By: Brian Fraga The 1.9 million Catholic men who form the Knights of Columbus woke up to exciting news on Wednesday that Father Michael J. McGivney, the 19th-century parish priest who founded their fraternal order, will soon be beatified. “It’s a beautiful day for the Knights of Columbus,” Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson...
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Jun 1

How Benedictine monks inspired the graduation gown

By: Msgr. Owen F. Campion Well, not many commencement exercises will occur this year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past, almost everyone has been present for graduation ceremonies. For myself, each time I have been present at a commencement, I have had to remind myself that I was not in a Benedictine monastery or convent. Why...
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