Browsing the September 2018 archive of Fr. James Marshall Weekly Video Blog

Sacred Music

Posted by Fr. James Marshall on 9/27/18

The song Ave Verum Corpus, a Eucharistic hymn most famously put to music by Mozart, is commonly attributed to Pope Innocent VI. It was sung during the elevation of the Host at Mass in the Middle Ages, and was also sometimes used during Benediction. Read the lyrics below. Think of the ... Read More »


Posted by Fr. James Marshall on 9/11/18

This article by Fr. James V. Schall S.J. gives good advice to all of us. We should always try to be honest with ourselves especially when it comes to bad habits that we cannot seem to overcome. It is only with the help of God's grace that we can ... Read More »

The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics

Posted by Fr. James Marshall on 9/02/18

Teaching Virtue: The Dot and the Lin by   Andrew Seeley 0 2226 (Today’s offering in our Timeless Essay series affords our readers the opportunity to join Andrew Seeley as he examines how The Dot and the Line can help teach us virtue as a concept key in  Christian education. ... Read More »