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By Edward Short
Although never fond of church going and heedless of doctrinal orthodoxy, Tennyson was profoundly religious, stating: “Two things I have always been fi...
By Sandra Miesel
To see why the Catholic Church has strongly and repeatedly condemned membership in Freemasonry or any of its allied movements requires a glance at Mas...
By Carl E. Olson
Recognizing the foundational Catholic roots of North American history, says historian Dr. Kevin Starr, author of Continental Ambitions, helps p...
By Amy Welborn
Luther and the Reformers went to war against the evangelical counsels as ideals and as the core of a vowed, religious life. Every woman—it was assumed...
By George Weigel
In Bishop Barron's new DVD series, six of the most striking personalities in Catholic history take center stage, the adventure of their lives serving ...
By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas
Several of the key moves in Luther’s life were made as a rebellious answer to the authority he encountered at the time, including entering the monaste...
By Mary Jo Anderson
Despite the appalling specter of Islamic terrorism now gripping Europe—the attacks and slaughter in Munich, Nice, Brussels, Paris—Europeans, while onc...
By Bradley J. Birzer
In celebrating the 240th anniversary of American independence and the ratification of the Declaration of Independence, it’s worth remembering the role...
By Anthony E. Clark, Ph.D.
The history of the "two lungs" of the Catholic Church in the United States has been marked, at times, by acrimony, misunderstanding, and controversy.
By Michael Severance
On the 35th anniversary of the assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II—a look at the message of hope he intended to deliver at his Wednesday g...
By Jim Graves
The famous priest, who was canonized by Benedict XVI in October 2009 and whose feast day is May 10th, "saw contracting leprosy as a stepping stone to ...
By Dr. Christopher Shannon
A new English translation of the Memoirs of Fr. Louis Bouyer offers keen insights into the Church, the Second Vatican Council, and the intellec...
By CWR Staff
An interview with Matthew Cullinan Hoffman about his new translation of a treatise against sodomy, pederasty, and clerical corruption penned nearly a ...
By Bradley J. Birzer
How an intellectual journal from the late 1920s set off a chain of events that can rightly be described as the beginning of the “Catholic Literary Rev...
By Bradley J. Birzer
On this Fourth of July, 239 years after the Declaration of Independence, it’s well worth reminding ourselves of a number of things about the Founding ...
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