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By George Weigel
St. Paul lamented that his fractious converts in rowdy Corinth were divided. Today, we are living the crisis of division that caused him such grief.
By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas
In Summorum Pontificum, Pope Benedict hoped the celebration of the extraordinary and ordinary forms of the Mass would be “mutually enriching.” ...
By George Weigel
There are many ways of doing theology, and not all of them are strictly syllogistic—but if theology decays into illogical forms of Newspeak, it is fal...
By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas
Evangelization is not a work of the past; nor is it the responsibility of a chosen few; it is the obligation and privilege of every baptized Christian...
By Dr. Leroy Huizenga
Many Catholics have been engaged in apocalyptic speculation, as it seems to them not only the world but also the Church is spinning apart. But is this...
By Dr. Randall B. Smith
The problem with devoting oneself to essentially idolatrous events like the Saturnalia (and its modern equivalents) is that they promise a lasting joy...
By Thomas M. Doran
Human rights and human liberty came about because women and men, by the thousands, infused with a heroic hope the Christ bequeathed to them, lived thi...
By Dale Ahlquist
Why a radio broadcast from Christmas Day in 1931 still rings with the wonder of “this season of enjoyment.”
By Dale Ahlquist
Chesterton says the world is divided between those who are bringing the message of the Gospel and those who have not yet heard it or cannot yet believ...
By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas
The Immaculate Conception is not what the average person thinks it is.
By Carl E. Olson
The essential questions remain what they have always been: "what is freedom and what is its relationship to the truth contained in God's law? what is ...
By Dale Ahlquist
We lost the garden, but we found a hope that put the whole glory of creation into a new perspective.
By Jeanette Flood
Some de-mythologizing needs to take place in order for many to accept Cardinal Sarah’s call to celebrate Mass “ad orientem.”
By Carl E. Olson
The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, is a reminder that the cross continues to be a sign of contradiction
By Thomas M. Doran
Scripture, Tradition, and numerous works of great literature all attest to the reality of the devil and his angels, even while many today dismiss such...
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