integrity

Daily Catholic Quote — from St. Dominic

"St. Dominic" (detail of the Perugia Altarpiece) by Fra Angelico

“A man who governs his passions is master of the world. We must either command them or be enslaved to them. It is better to be the hammer than the anvil.” (St. Dominic, Priest, Founder of the Order of Preachers, Confessor) The Memorial of St. Dominic, Priest (1170 – 1221) is August 8. Please share on social media. Print this […]

Rediscovering Integrity for our Children

"Suffer little children to come unto me" (detail) by Juan Urruchi

What is integrity? Integrity is a word that continues to fascinate me, and over the years the depth of its meaning grows within me. Originally, I understood the definition of integrity as an honest person. Later on, I realized that “integral” and “integrated” are forms of this word and have deeper meanings than just “honest” or “fair.” Our society considers […]

Catholic Quote of the Day — from Pope Francis

Pope Francis (neneo / Shutterstock.com)

“Every civil right rests on the recognition of the first and fundamental right, that of life, which is not subordinate to any condition, be it quantitative, economic or, least of all, ideological.” (Pope Francis, April 11, 2014) Print this entry

Is Original Sin and the Fall of Man True?

"Expulsion from the Garden of Eden" (detail) by Cole Thomas

The Catholic Church asserts the truth that mankind has suffered a privation of grace as a consequence of disobedience. By the sin of our first parents we are saddled until the end of time with the defect of Original Sin. Man is fallen. To be born into this world is to be burdened with a life of toil, trial and […]