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Leon J. Suprenant
Sometimes it seems that we live in the worst of times. But change begins with individuals. Men can convert the culture by first converting...
Fr. Vincent Serpa O.P.
Though Herod knew John the Baptist to be a righteous man, the lure of pleasure prompted him to silence the voice calling him to repent. Our...
Anthony Esolen
The sin of envy, rightly described as deadly, severs the ties that bind. It sows discord between kin, between social classes, between races. It...
Francis J. Beckwith
It is a common opinion that government ought to remain neutral on controversial moral issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and...
Gregory R. Beabout
The charge is ubiquitous:Why does the Church spend its time preaching outmoded sexual mores when it should be promoting world peace and social...
Regis Martin
Ignore for a moment Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, and Osama bin Laden—if you’re a good Catholic of the confession-going, churchgoing sort, can you...
Greg Mockeridge
In secular discussions about self-esteem, virtue goes almost unmentioned. But for the Christian, obedience to God is the key to self-esteem.
Peter Kreeft
Suffering is one of the unchanging features of the human condition. But what can it tell us about the existence and character of an all-loving...
Rosalind Moss
No matter how heinous the offense against us, as Christians we must forgive – "as God in Christ forgave you" (Eph. 4:32).
Alice von Hildebrand
Christians embrace legitimate pleasure as a gift from God. But how to tell the difference between legitimate and illicit pleasure?