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> Back Issue: January 2011
A False Choice
The mischievous debate over condoms
How Is It Going?
An update on challenges to the apostolic visitation of sisters
The My House Initiative
Archbishop Joseph Naumann's anti-pornography effort
The Origins of the “New Nun”
Sister Dolores Liptak, a scholar of American Catholic Church history, reflects on the crisis in women’s religious orders.
Mr. Smith’s 30 Years in Washington
The New Jersey congressman reflects on his career and the struggles ahead for the new Congress.
The Missionary to Spain
J. J. Ziegler
A look back at Pope Benedict’s November visit
The Fig Leaf That Fell Off
President Obama’s “pro-life” executive order couldn’t save the “Stupak Democrats.”
The Persecution of Christians in Iraq
Michael J. Miller
Archbishop Sako on the “barbarism” they face
Cloaking Maciel in a Capuchin Hood
R. Michael Dunnigan
The search for historical parallels to the scandal involving the Legion of Christ is dubious.
The Catholicism of William F. Buckley, Jr.
Two biographies highlight the central role it played in his life and thought.
The Solipsist’s Catechism
If you make up your own faith, it’s easy to believe, as long as you never question your own authority.
The Catholic World Report Blog
The Relic of the new Blessed Pope Paul VI
Austrian Bishop Klaus Küng on Paul VI, a “prophetic” Blessed
Pope emeritus Benedict XVI: Dialogue cannot substitute for mission
It's Time to Discover and Rediscover the Teachings of St. John Paul II
Bishop Tobin on Synod: "Pope Francis is fond of 'creating a mess.' Mission accomplished."
For terminally-ill seminarian, a life with suffering is not void of dignity
Pope calls Christians to be 'living stones' of the Church
Two flawed candidates? Catholics mull over voting options
Ebola survivor Nina Pham: I believe in the power of prayer