July 26, 2022
"In this issue of The Angelus we present a number of articles that explore how education has been corrupted in our day. And so as to not present a purely gloomy picture of the state of education, you will also find in these pages examples of healthy Catholic education."
June 17, 2022
In all walks of life, Catholics have had a powerful impact on American culture, from baseball to the Supreme Court; Catholicism is an integral part of this great country.
May 10, 2022
It is sadly ironic that this issue of The Angelus is dedicated to the theme of the World Between the Wars when, at the time I write this letter, Ukraine and Russia are the midst of one.
February 10, 2022
Although film and television were envisioned as another means to bring human artistry to a wider audience, it did not take long for unscrupulous persons to exploit this forum to spread vice.
December 10, 2021
In this issue we focus on the theme of Liturgical Living. It is easy to think of liturgy as external, something those raised to the priesthood “perform” or “do.”
October 10, 2021
The issue’s theme invites you to explore the important role women have played in the Catholic Church from its divine establishment through the present day.
September 23, 2021
A Woman’s Pilgrimage to the Holy Land in the 4th-Century
My All-Night Vigil in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Historic Sermon of 1982 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
A Substantial Change in the Liturgy: Fr. Marcello
Meditation on St. John’s Gospel
Priestly Life, an Inside Look: Fr. Paul Robinson
June 02, 2021
Why would The Angelus want to cover topics such as economics, politics, problems touching on race, the connection of law & liberty, and the differences and problems of both democracy & socialism? While they are not theological topics in themselves, the Catholic Faith does inform our understanding of these various social issues.
May 17, 2021
"The high contingent of Catholics on the island was composed largely of Irish prisoners of common crimes, but it gradually included educated political prisoners as well as honest men guilty of the 'crime of theft' fueled by starvation."
January 29, 2021
The veneration of images in the Church has a long and complicated history, the fruit of men’s gradual assimilation of the Christian faith.