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Above the Family Hearth

January 26, 2017 James Casper 0

The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: Little we see in Nature that is ours; We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon! […]

Lessons from an era of confusion

January 11, 2017 George Weigel 0

In the introduction to Aggiornamento on the Hill of Janus: The American College in Rome, 1955-1979, Msgr. Stephen DiGiovanni warns readers that his book will be most easily understood by students and alumni of the […]

The Other 10 Commandments

January 7, 2017 Thomas M. Doran 0

When I wrote an article for Catholic World Report in 2016 entitled “The Battle Against The Devil Is Still Being Fought Today”, describing the devil’s tactics as identified in Scripture, commentary, and literature. I neglected to […]

Why Moral Absolutes Matter

December 13, 2016 Dr. Samuel Gregg 0

At the core of the now-famous dubia submitted to Pope Francis by four cardinals is the question of moral absolutes. By “moral absolutes,” Catholicism doesn’t mean vague generalizations such as “don’t offend others” or even […]