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Fr. Eric Bergman
I didn’t know it then, but my conversion to Catholicism began even before my Episcopal bishop sent me off to seminary. A lifelong Episcopalian...
Christopher Kaczor
If God is all good and all powerful, how can he allow suffering? The question is most pressing when the pain is most acute, and at that point,...
Christopher Kaczor
Freedom is central to the American way of life, but public discourse usually focuses on being free "from" something. In Veritatis Splendor,...
Christopher Kaczor
Fides et Ratio, our late pope's encyclical on faith and reason, shows the importance of philosophy for our times. His first lesson is that...
Fr. William P. Saunders
Many are calling our dear departed Holy Father "John Paul the Great." Here's a profile of the three men history has given the title.
Kenneth Howell
OBJECTOR: This past six months has been a time of whirlwind changes for the Catholic Church. The death of John Paul II and the election of...
Credit Where Credit Is DueIn the article "Are Jesus and Buddha Brothers?" I noticed some good analysis coupled with some unfair and inaccurate...
Robert P. Lockwood
As this issue went to print, the See of Peter was vacant and the world was mourning the loss of John Paul II. This Rock looks back at his life...
Conclave PrimerThis book has been written and published in the expectation that there will soon be a conclave in Rome to elect a successor to...
Vatican Reaffirms Right to Kneel for CommunionKenneth Whitehead’s article "The Struggle for Uniformity in the Liturgy" (December 2003) is very...