Irish Rover Pope Francis spoke of “rediscovering the dignity of journalism.” This editorial explored what that call meant for me as executive editor of Notre Dame’s independent Catholic newspaper, the Irish Rover.
Aleteia Is heaven really what we’re aiming for? This article looks into the Catholic creed — I believe in the resurrection of the dead — and what that means for believers and our understanding of heaven.
Aleteia A dive into art history which explores the symbolism and story behind the skull often found at the bottom of depictions of the Crucifixion.
Aleteia A brief reflection on why I love to cook, told through the narrative of the first vegetable stock I made and courtesy of the Eternal (and culinary) City.
Aleteia A reflection less on the life of G.K. Chesterton and more on his mirth, this article makes an argument that, should Chesterton be canonized, the Church should name him the patron saint of comedy.
Aleteia St. Andre Bessette is hero of Montreal, loved still to this day even as the Quebec region secularizes. But who is the saint, lovingly called the simple “Brother Andre?” This piece tells the story of the first saint of the Congregation of Holy Cross and his legacy of miracles and the awe-inspiring Oratory ofContinue reading “Saint Andre Bessette: The miracle man of Montreal”
Aleteia A reflection on my different experience of Eucharistic adoration between a centuries old Eucharistic miracle in Sienna and a World Youth Day Holy Hour in Krakow. This piece was my first published article.