Special Report

The Legacy of Cardinal Francis George

April 22, 2015 Matthew A. Rarey 0

In his seventeen years as the Archdiocese of Chicago’s chief shepherd, Cardinal George, who retired last September, leaves behind a legacy as pastor, teacher, and defender of the Faith, including on the national stage during […]


Spiritual Insights Into A Holy War

May 9, 2014 Matthew A. Rarey 0

Principalities and Powers: Spiritual Combat 1942-1943 (St. Augustine’s Press, 2013) is an unconventional approach to the Second World War by an exceptionally gifted and fascinating man, Rev. George William Rutler, for whom writing is one of several avocations—or, […]


Following “The Way”

November 1, 2011 Matthew A. Rarey 1

Once again a pro-Catholic movie has been produced without Hollywood backing, following the independently produced path pioneered by Mel Gibson in The Passion of the Christ. This new movie, The Way, stars another Catholic, Martin […]

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In the Name of the Church

May 10, 2011 Matthew A. Rarey 0

Cardinal Francis Arinze has enjoyed a meteoric career, from becoming the youngest bishop in the world in 1965 at the age of 32, to serving in several of the most vital posts in the Vatican. […]

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Heart Speaking to Heart

May 9, 2011 Matthew A. Rarey 0

Father C. John McCloskey, a fellow at the Faith and Research Institute in Washington, DC, currently resides in Chicago. In 2000, he hosted a television series on EWTN about Cardinal John Henry Newman, which played […]

Special Report

“I Am Not Changing”

April 25, 2011 Matthew A. Rarey 0

“When the Devil fell, he couldn’t come back up again. That’s why the Devil hates you!” the pastor booms into his microphone as he paces frenetically before his congregation, whipping them into exaltation. “But when […]