Building Bridges Between Orthodox and Catholic Christians
By Christopher B. Warner
An interview with Archimandrite Robert Taft, SJ, prominent Byzantine liturgical theologian and lifelong healer of Christian relations between East and West
Six Arizona Churches Not to Miss
By Jim Graves
The state of Arizona is home to many beautiful and historic Catholic churches.
What Are Catholics To Do? (Part III)
By James Kalb
We cannot make success the standard when that means cooperation with evil.
Benedict and Francis: A Lesson in Apostolic Continuity
By William L. Patenaude
The differences between the two men give witness to the different gifts of the same Holy Spirit
A Schall Report on Things Current and Otherwise
By James V. Schall, S.J.
Thoughts on moving across the country, teaching, universities, and popes.
The Glorious Chant of "Angels and Saints at Ephesus"
By Christopher S. Morrissey
A beautiful new album from the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, helps us make room for truth in our lives
Proclaiming Christ Through Catholic Radio
By Jim Graves
An interview with Steve Gajdosik, president of the Catholic Radio Association
The Rise, Fall and Future of Catholicism in the U.S.
By CWR Staff
An interview with Russell Shaw, author of American Church.
In Ireland, the political fight over abortion rages on
By Michael Kelly
Proposed legislation would legalize abortion when the mother’s life is at risk. But the measure is medically unnecessary, many Irish doctors say.
What is Social Justice? (Part Two)
By J. J. Ziegler
The teachings of Vatican II, Paul VI, John Paul II, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church
The Cardinal and the Taoiseach
By Michael Coren
Cardinal O’Malley’s boycott of Boston College’s graduation is both welcome and momentous.
The Charismatic Renewal and the Catholic Church
By Alessandra Nucci
A look at the history and future of the sometimes-controversial movement
Catholic Radio: Faithful, Interactive, and Growing
By Jim Graves
Solid programming and improved technology have spurred the growth of Catholic radio networks
How Great is This Gatsby?
By Thomas M. Doran
A review of Baz Luhrmann’s new film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
Dan Brown’s Infernal Fiction
By Anthony Esolen
Inferno sets out to decry overpopulation, but instead reveals an ill-cultured, undereducated populace.
Should We Bring Back Young Marriage?
By Leslie Fain
Marrying young isn’t for everyone, but there are good reasons it should be considered.
So Many Jesuses, So Little Time
By John B. Buescher
Numerous attempts to rewrite and revise the life of Jesus Christ aim at destroying belief in objective truth
Expanding the Culture of Death in Vermont
By Anne Hendershott
Why Vermont is low-hanging fruit for the abortion and assisted suicide lobbies
An Argument for Arguing Well
By Mark P. Shea
The case against ad hominem arguments, the first of three very popular argumentative blunders
Carl's Cuts for the End of May
By Carl E. Olson
Thoughts on news and views from CWR's editor