The Fall of False Gods
By George Neumayr
Pope Benedict, the bishops, and the “clash of civilizations”
Pope Benedict XVI discusses condoms and the spread of HIV
By Janet E. Smith
An excerpt from Light of the World, Peter Seewald’s book-length interview with Pope Benedict XVI
Did the Pope “justify” condom use in some circumstances?
By Father Joseph Fessio, S.J.
A close look at the text reveals no change to Church teaching.Did the Pope “justify” condom use in some circumstances?No. And there was absolutely no change in Church teaching either. Not only because an interview by the Pope does not c...
The Coming Realignment
By Sean Higgins
Pro-life Democrats compromised on Obamacare to help the party’s political standing, but that compromise has only exposed the party to November defeats.
The Big Con Continues
By Anne Hendershott
More mischief from “Catholic” front groups for pro-abortion Democrats
The Salesians of Don Bosco
By J. J. Ziegler
A profile of the Church’s second-largest religious institute
From the Laboratory to the Lord, and Back Again
By John Farrell
Father Nicanor Austriaco, OP introduces students to science and how it uncovers the marvels of Creation.
By Jim Graves
Bishop Robert Finn of Kansas City, Missouri reflects on the cultural struggle Catholics face.
A Priest for All Seasons
By Michael J. Miller
Leonardo Defilippis on his play about St. John Vianney
Closed from the Start
By William Kilpatrick
Robert Reilly’s account of a ninth-century debate within Islam is illuminating and informative, but he draws a misleading conclusion from that debate.
Can a Catholic be a Conservative?
By Benjamin Wiker
A consideration of the oldest order— the order written into our natures.
With friends like these...
Pope Benedict’s trip to Britain was a success. Efforts by local organizers and public statements by British bishops were another story.