J.T. Knox

About J.T. Knox

J.T. Knox is retired from the IT division of the University of Wisconsin. He earned an M.A. Theology degree from Franciscan University, a B.S. in Computer Science from Wisconsin, and officiated division I college tennis for thirty-five years. He has been published in the Writers of Wisconsin short story anthology, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Oremus Press, and The Latin Mass magazine.

Sacred God, Sacred Church

The Catholic Church and the Hermeneutic of Mystery

In the religion of the Old Testament, Hebrew knowledge and experience of covenantal obligations inspired God’s people to treat his name as particularly sacred and holy, and to refer to it as the great, the only, and the glorious and t … [Read more...]

Images of God’s Temple in Salvation History

Its Fulfillment in Christ

Four thousand years ago God promised Abraham that through his seed all the nations of the earth would be blessed. Implicitly this promise guaranteed a redeeming sacrifice for all mankind. In a reply to his son, Isaac, Abraham had uttered … [Read more...]

The Slant of Glory

“Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it. Glory be to the Father…” (Ps 126:1) (Introit from the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.) In America, the gravity of major weekend games, … [Read more...]