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May 3, 2014
"Conversion on the Way to Damascus"

In his blog post published earlier this week, What About Waterboarding?, Catholic Answers' staff member Todd Aglialoro took a look at conservative firebrand Sarah Palin's recent...

January 22, 2014

Readers always ask writers, "Where do you get your ideas?" And it is not an easy question to answer. Sometimes a thought association sparks an idea. Other times I might read an opinion piece that gets me thinking about a subject. Common questions apologists are asked might provide a springboard. When I can think of nothing else, I rummage through old Q&As I have published on other cyber platforms and re-work them into a new blog post.

Then there are the times I glance at my...

January 8, 2014

Questions about the Catholic Faith are an apologist's stock in trade. But there have been times I answered a question that I wasn't sure should have been asked in the first place. I find myself wondering whether or not there are apologetics questions that ought not be asked.

The last time this happened, I Googled "sin of curiosity" and was surprised to find myself directed to St. Thomas Aquinas...

November 25, 2013

Once upon a time, a long time ago by journalistic standards, a little girl wrote a letter to The Sun, a New York City newspaper. Little Virginia O'Hanlon, eight years old, had a very important question to ask:

Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, "If you see it in ...

September 2, 2013

August 28, 2013, marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, a civil-rights march that has become a legendary moment in the fight for civil rights in the United States. (Nota bene: Interestingly enough, marches on Washington for civil rights take place every January, and annually...