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How the Philosophy of History Points to the Lord of History

The phenomenon of Modernism in religion may seem at first sight irrelevant in a discussion of the philosophy of history. Exactly the opposite is true, however, for Religious Modernism is the product and function of the philosophy of history in its older Voltairean and Hegelian form.

Who Is the Woman of Revelation?

The dogma of the Assumption teaches that at the end of her time on earth, Mary was taken up—body and soul—into heaven. There, she sits at her Son’s right hand, as Queen of Heaven and Earth. The foundation for the teaching is rooted in Scripture, specifically in John’s mysterious and apocalyptic vision recorded in Revelation

Seek That Which Is Above

Tiziano Vecellio, known in English as Titian, was probably the greatest Venetian painter, recognized in his time as “The Sun Amidst Small Stars” (recalling the famous final line of Dante’s Paradiso).* He painted the huge (22 ½’ x 11 ½’) masterpiece of Mary’s Assumption for the Basilica of the Franciscan friars, appropriately called the Basilica

The Assumption of Mary

On the Feast of the Assumption, the readings conveniently outline the Biblical basis for why Catholics celebrate the end of Mary’s earthly life. The very first reading comes from Revelation, one of the passages most helpful in understanding the dogma of the Assumption.

Unlocking the Stories of Scripture for Children

It’s never too early to instill a love of Scripture in children. That’s why Emmaus Road is proud to collaborate with author Maura Roan McKeegan and illustrator Theodore Schlunderfritz on our Old and New series of typology for children.

Wisdom’s Feast: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Download Audio FileThe Wisdom of God has prepared a feast, we hear in today’s First Reading. We must become like children (see Matthew 18:3–4) to hear and accept this invitation. For in every Eucharist, it is the folly of the Cross that is represented and renewed. To the world, it is foolishness to believe that

Photographer to the Saints

Imagine being the photojournalist to the saints, documenting their incredible lives through pictures, getting to know them as you attempt to capture the perfect shot. You would study their actions, learn what drives them, and bring their lives to others through the photos you took.

Rethinking the Joyful Mysteries

Clue Number 9,546 that I’m a long, long way from holiness: My perpetual struggle to think of the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary as, well, the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary. For me, the “Stressful Mysteries of the Rosary” often seems a bit more like it.