I’m sure you know that we live in a post-Christian culture that constantly attacks the beliefs of Christianity. Many times these attacks are directed at the Bible itself.
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Today we continue our regular series called “Learning from the Saints.” Our guide is expert Bert Ghezzi, a dear friend of mine and the author of numerous books including Voices of the Saints, Saints at Heart, and Discover Christ: Developing a Personal Relationship with Jesus.
His more recent books are The Power of Daily Mass and The Heart of Catholicism. You can learn more about Bert and his work at BertGhezzi.com.
Today, Bert profiles Bl. Anne Mary Taigi, the patroness of housewives, mothers, and victims of verbal abuse.
Fr. Barron’s epic CATHOLICISM film series debuted in the fall of 2011. Since then, it’s aired on PBS, EWTN, and has been seen by millions around the world. It’s now the most-watched Catholic documentary in history and the accompanying study program has become an essential resource for parishes and schools.
To celebrate the film’s evangelical impact, this week Word on Fire is giving away 500 DVDs, books, and study guides at CatholicismWeek.com!
Each day, check CatholicismWeek.com for new giveaways, announcements, and special video clips.
Last night, Apple CEO Tim Cook published an op-ed for The Washington Post, titled “Pro-discrimination ‘religious freedom’ laws are dangerous” (his scare quotes, not mine.) It’s already been shared tens of thousands of times and is a trending article on Facebook.
The article is undoubtedly rousing and emotional, but it’s sadly lacking in real substance.
Before responding to it, let me say that I’m a big fan of Apple, and that I’ve been generally impressed with Cook’s leadership, how he’s continued Apple’s success after Steve Jobs. Cook was placed in a difficult situation yet continues to flourish.
Having said that, Cook’s new article does not match his otherwise shrewd thinking. It’s confused and misguided, the regrettable result of a gifted tech executive trying to play political philosopher. Just as I would never presume to pontificate on nanotechnology or consumer electronic sales, it’s probably not a good idea for (most) tech CEOs to veer outside their expertise.