Today is the feast of St. Gregory the Great, Bishop of Rome from 590 to 604. My use of “bishop of Rome” is intentional – as I will show in a moment, Gregory’s example as […]
St. Andrew, Patron of Constantinople
November 30 is celebrated throughout the Christian world as the Feast of St. Andrew, the brother of Peter and the “protokletos,” the “first-called.” (Cf. John 1:40). In addition to being the patron saint of Scotland […]
The Entangled Beauty of Ecumenism
On Christmas Eve I had the privilege of attending two Christmas services: a 4pm Evangelical Presbyterian Church service focused around children and an 8pm Roman Catholic Mass. Although the differences between the two services were […]
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