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Rodrigo Garcia has accomplished something truly remarkable: he has taken a portion of the life of the single most compelling person who has ever lived and turned it into a colossally boring movie.
The Arthur Ross Award is the oldest award for classical architecture in the United States.
The newest book by Bishop Robert Barron presents an accessible, popular, but uncompromisingly orthodox vision of Catholicism that brings to mind the writings of Sheen and Chesterton.
On the Readings for Sunday, May 22nd, The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
As the emotional trumps the rational, people increasingly act on sentiment and subjective desires, often making bad situations even worse.
Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court remanded the case of Zubic v. Burwell back to the lower courts. It was an unusual move by the high court to punt this case.
At the root of today’s culture of happy-go-lucky hedonism, which inevitably leads to debonair nihilism, is a profound deprecation of the human.
“Be prophetic. Be faithful. Pray.”
The Pope, in a recent interview with the French newspaper "La Croix" compares Islam's inherent drive for conquest to Christ's Great Commission.
A new book by Dominican priest and theologian Fr. Thomas Petri focuses on the Thomistic background and roots of the late Polish pontiff's challenging catechesis on sexuality, marriage, and personhood.
On the same day the Church celebrated the 99th anniversary of the apparitions in Fatima, the Assembly of the Republic approved medically assisted procreation for lesbian couples and their surrogates.
On the Readings for Sunday, May 15, 2016, Pentecost Sunday
Catholic leaders in Europe once shared a deep seated Christian humanism that guided their political activity as they worked to rebuild their own countries. What happened?
Coexistence becomes increasingly difficult as polarization over morals and rights becomes polarized to the the breaking point
The most remarkable difference between Civil War and previous MCU films is an acknowledgment of “collateral damage”—innocent people who die as the Avengers attempt to fight bad guys.
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