Restoration

Restoration

May 2008

Dorothy Day and Catherine Doherty: Comrades Stumbling Along — by Fr. Robert Wild. In Art and Scholasticism Jacques Maritain wrote: "Unfortunate are the adventures which are never narrated." One of the great modern adventures that unfortunately has not been narrated is the friendship between Catherine Doherty and Dorothy Day....

Take a Month Off —  by Catherine Doherty. This is the month of Mary, Mother of God and of men and women. Why not take this month off from worry and fears and from shallow amusements and useless recreations?...

Pentecost — by Catherine Doherty. Fire— illuminating a face that no one sees without dying, except a child, a lover, or a fool. Wind— bringing all music of earth, space, and universe. Fire and Wind— have come to take, to hurl, man...

Giving in For Now — by Christine Herlihy. As I gaze out at the beautiful Yukon sky and feel the increasing warmth, I feel that spring has really come—a welcome relief after a winter which included two weeks straight of minus 40 degrees....

Totus Tuus — by Pope John Paul II. During his Mass homily on December 8, 1978, very shortly after he was elected pope, John Paul II, entrusted the Church, himself, and his papacy, to the Mother of God. The following is an excerpt...

Do you have a testimony about Catherine? — I’m still soliciting testimonies about Catherine Doherty. What have her life and teachings meant in your life? It can be either about a personal contact or her influence in your life through her writings. I’m looking for new people. And please...

A Baptist and Her Rosary — by Paulette Curran. Several months ago, I read in a secular magazine—I can’t remember which one—an article making the point that some Protestants are discovering the Mother of God. I always take any article about Christianity in the secular media...

 

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