Many attempts have been made to define the feminine, and more recently, the masculine genius. Naturally, this is difficult enough in the contemporary context, so fraught is it with the dualism between the body and the spirit. By contrast, if we begin by looking at the human organism as a whole, we can actually study the physical body and find in it a deeper meaning since “the body and the body alone … makes visible the invisible.” Continue reading On the Masculine Genius
A picture of a father in tears at London’s recent Extinction Rebellion demonstration left me troubled. Continue reading When Fathers Despair, We All Despair
Why is it that men are created to be fathers? Pope St John Paul II tells us in ‘Familiaris Consortio’ that human fatherhood is meant to reveal and relive on earth the very fatherhood of God. Continue reading Is There Such a Thing as Authentic Catholic Manhood?