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Matthew E. Bunson
Controversy continues to swirl around the pending beatification of the much-maligned Pope Pius XII. In debating whether Pius did or did not do...
Matthew E. Bunson
On February 18, 1946, 32 bishops and archbishops from around the world gathered in Rome to receive from Pope Pius XII the red hat—the...
Taylor Marshall
A priest and a rabbi walk into a hospital . . . It sounds like the opening of a joke, but that moment marks the beginning of my journey toward...
Ron Rychlak
In scholarly writing three dots signify omitted text. While a perfectly valid shorthand, the ellipsis can be abused to further the writer’s...
Robert P. Lockwood
When it comes to Catholic urban legends, the granddaddy of them all is the Spanish Inquisition. From sixteenth-century Elizabethan England to...
Tim Staples
Members of various Christian and quasi-Christian sects believe the Saturday Sabbath to be obligatory for all believers in Christ. But according...
Cardinal Avery Dulles S.J.
In this selection from A History of Apologetics, we see that the tension between preaching the truth and finding common ground with other...
All the Answers  Certainly it has happened to all of us at one point in our lives: a party, a company dinner, any type of casual...
Rosalind Moss
What has caused Christianity, a Jewish religion, to be seen as a Gentile religion not meant for Jews at all? Two Hebrew Catholics discuss the...
Optimism Is Not HopeIn the climate of doom that characterizes our era, Joanna Bogle is to be commended for reminding us that the reasons for...