Caritas in Veritate

May 12, 2011 CWR Staff 0

On July 7, Pope Benedict XVI published his third encyclical, Caritas in Veritate, addressed to “the bishops, priests, and deacons, men and women religious, the lay faithful, and all people of good will on integral […]


Inside the Mind of Pope Benedict

May 11, 2011 Jeremy Lott 0

If he had not assumed active duties that took him away from his scholarship, would Joseph Ratzinger have ended up as a Doctor of the Church? The case for this proposition is not explicitly made […]


A Love Letter to Freemasonry

May 11, 2011 Sandra Miesel 0

After defaming the Catholic Church in Angels and Demons, then denying the divinity of Christ in The Da Vinci Code, what could Dan Brown possibly do for an encore? His latest bestseller, The Lost Symbol, […]


Closed from the Start

May 3, 2011 William Kilpatrick 0

Robert Reilly’s recent book The Closing of the Muslim Mind is a highly informative and penetrating analysis of a ninth-century debate within Islam, the repercussions of which are still being felt today. At the same […]


Zigzagging into Life

April 28, 2011 Thomas S. Hibbs 0

Crisply written, filled with memorable stories, and with a pace that makes it impossible to put down, Kevin Wells’ Burst is a compelling contemporary Catholic memoir of the way God “zigzags” into our lives just […]


No Communion Without Communication

April 25, 2011 Anthony Esolen 0

It is with some trepidation that I review Russell Shaw’s new book, Nothing to Hide. Shaw has been a stalwart defender of the truths of the Catholic faith, and as a journalist and communications director […]