During the Advent of 1944, Fr. Alfred Delp, S.J. wrote meditations about hope and expectation and the Christian lives on small slips of paper inside Tegel Prison in Berlin. He was facing death for speaking out against the Nazi regime. These reflections that were smuggled out during the last Advent of his life exist in a volume published by Ignatius Press, along with some of his previous sermons. They speak to the hope and expectation of the season necessity of living it for the Christian life. His words are stunning and clear and as relevant to us today as anyone.
Join National Review Institute's Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Religion, Culture, and Civil Society in conversation with popular author and teacher of homiletics, Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P.