“Social Justice” and the New Politics
By George Neumayr
The ground shifts beneath the Catholic left.
The Abuse Scandal
By Peter Seewald
An excerpt from Light of the World, Peter Seewald’s book-length interview with Pope Benedict XVI
By Jim Graves
Fr. Paul Check, the director of Courage, on the group’s apostolate to men and women struggling with same-sex attraction who seek to live chastely
The Cry of the Cross
By J. J. Ziegler
Embattled bishops discussed their ordeals at October’s Middle East Synod.
Outside the Magic Circle
By Dominic Scarborough
Tension builds between the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales and orthodox Catholics.
The Struggle for Italy’s Soul
By Alessandra Nucci
An alliance exists between Catholics and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi that the country’s secularists seek to topple.
The Freedom Party of Austria
By Michael J. Miller
It enjoyed gains in the October election.
The New Gnosticism
By Benjamin Wiker
An ancient hatred of the material world takes many modern forms.
Foxes Find Chicken-Coop Security Measures Excessive
Despite the unquestioning support of the mainstream media, abortion
advocates have trouble making a logical argument against the work of crisis pregnancy centers.
The Terms of the Agreement
By Philip F. Lawler
A look at the drama over the sale of the Caritas Christi Health Care System in Boston, and the compromises that have negotiated its Catholic identity away
By Matthew A. Rarey
The Augustine Institute in Denver educates for the New Evangelization.