An interview with Vicki Thorn, founder of the pro-life ministry helping women and men find healing after abortion.
In the wake of the Roe v. Wade ruling of the Supreme Court
in 1973, it became clear to those in pro-life work that some sort of ministry
was required to help women suffering from the far-reaching ramifications of
legalized abortion. Thirty years ago this week, Vicki Thorn launched Project Rachel to meet that need.
Controversies with Coren
The support for all things Tolkien is fascinating not only because of its size but because of its surreal diversity
He doesn’t really fit the bill.
R. R. Tolkien that is. Novelists these days are supposed to wear their
angst on their finely tailored sleeves, to be whirling dervishes of
deconstruction, discontent, deviance and the divine right of protest.
Yet the author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings
was quintessentially comfortablein his life as w...
A conversation with Alan Powell, star of the upcoming movie The Song, which is inspired by the Song of Solomon.
Ecclesia et Civitas
The Song is
a romantic drama inspired by the Song of Solomon with a modern-day setting: today’s
country music scene. Written and directed by Richard Ramsey and releasing
nationwide on September 26 from Samuel Goldwyn Films and City On A Hill Studio,
The Song addresses themes of love, sex, and the meaning of...
Contrary to what many people believe, no society can maximize free choice and all societies involve some sort of compulsion
liberals consider traditional moral restrictions cruel in their very
essence. Each of us, they believe, should be as free as possible to
pursue his happiness as he sees it, consistent with the equal ability of
others to do the same.
To reject that position, as Catholics and
other moral traditionalists do, is either intentionally to block
happiness or to substitute th...
Once a year, a group of admirers of G.K. Chesterton make a 30-mile pilgrimage from the site of his birth to his grave. This year’s trek included several Chestertonian touches.
before 8 am, on July 30, 2014, I
made my way to a church in Kensington, London. As I drew nearer I saw smoke
rising, and, nearer still, found a young man puffing on a fat cigar. It was
then I knew I had arrived at the right place.
come to join the Catholic G.K.