Editorial

A Cultural Earthquake

January 20, 2009 George Neumayr 0

       CNN called Stafford’s remarks in a speech at Catholic University in November a “rant” and “diatribe.” Apparently one isn’t permitted in polite society to refer to Obama’s election as revolutionary unless the […]

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Editorial

Summorum Pontificum

January 5, 2009 George Neumayr 0

The forces in the Church most responsible for dividing Catholics from magisterial teaching are the quickest to use the word “divisive” in any controversy. A “divisive moment” is the Catholic left’s euphemism for any papal […]

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Special Report

The Movement That Won’t Die

December 24, 2008 Elenor K. Schoen 0

Physician-assisted suicide is defined as “a patient self-administering a lethal dose of an oral medication that has been prescribed by a physician,” according to Physicians for Compassionate Care, a group that operates out of Oregon. […]

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Analysis

Roman Catholics for Obama ’08

December 24, 2008 Dr. Paul Kengor 0

The team struggled as to whether to continue intubating the child—now a little boy, not a “fetus”—who clearly was not going to make it, mangled and destroyed as he was. He gasped for air as […]

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Special Report

Laborers for the Harvest

December 24, 2008 J. J. Ziegler 0

While these continental trends manifest the vitality of the Church in Africa and Asia during the past three decades, they do not address the question of which countries are currently the most successful in attracting […]

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Interview

To Evangelicanism and Back

December 24, 2008 Tim Drake 0

Tell me about your family of origin. Francis Beckwith: I was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1960. My mother, Elizabeth, also born in Brooklyn, is Italian-American, whose father and four grandparents were several of […]

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Special Report

Priestly Vocations in America: Recent Trends

December 24, 2008 J. J. Ziegler 0

While priestly vocations have collapsed nationwide, several American dioceses have been part of the worldwide surge in the number of seminarians. “Over the past three years,” says Father Darrin Connall, rector of Bishop White Seminary […]

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More Latin, More Reverence

December 24, 2008 Jeremy Lott 0

The book collects about 30 of the Pope’s weekly general audiences from 2006 and 2007. What was it about these homilies that made you want to write a study guide to go along with the […]

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Editorial

A New Pentecost

December 24, 2008 George Neumayr 0

Speaking to the US bishops on April 16, Pope Benedict XVI made the arresting comment that an “almost complete eclipse of an eschatological sense” marks “many of our traditionally Christian societies.” America, he didn’t need […]