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By Michael Coren
The support for all things Tolkien is fascinating not only because of its size but because of its surreal diversity
By Michael Coren
Like it or not, the venomous persecution of Iraqi Christians is a direct consequence of western foreign policy.
By Michael Coren
Islam's holy book is filled with intolerant, aggressive language that calls directly for violence against Christians
By Michael Coren
Catholic Church’s leaders in Canada have for too long appeared to prefer establishment acceptance to standing firm and loud on central issues
By Michael Coren
A God of surprises has given us a pope of the same.
By Michael Coren
The British biologist has a flair for gaining attention, but little stomach for actual debate
By Michael Coren
The double standard employed in abuse-justified attacks on Catholic teaching is both surreal and calculated
By Michael Coren
Baroness Warsi, UK's Minister for Faith, warns of the possible extinction of Christianity in its historical heartlands
By Michael Coren
The witness of those who have sacrificed for others gives us a glimpse into the mystery of the birth of Jesus Christ
By Michael Coren
The books and stories of C.S. Lewis, who died fifty years ago this month, continue to engage minds and capture hearts
By Michael Coren
"Division. We love it, we relish it, we eat and drink it, we splash around in the bath of it."
By Michael Coren
Objective truth about Islam is forbidden, gutter opinion about Catholics is perfectly fine
By Michael Coren
Prolific and paradoxical, Gilbert Keith Chesterton was as witty as Wilde, as original as Joyce, and as clever as Kafka
By Michael Coren
For all of the real failures of individual Catholics, the Church itself has always been color-blind
By Michael Coren
As Belgium and other countries embrace euthanasia for children, Catholics must stand up for the most vulnerable among us.
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