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August 21, 2013

Not long ago, Catholic Answers Press exhibited at our industry’s premiere annual event, the Catholic Marketing Network trade show. It was edifying and energizing to represent Catholic Answers among many other fine publishers and apostolates doing good work for God and his Church.

For an observer unused to moving in Catholic circles, I think it would have been an eye-opener to walk the floor and take stock of the attendees: their palpable modesty and goodness, their sense of mission,...

July 18, 2013

Yep, it's summertime again. The sun is out full blast, air conditioners are working overtime, and we wear less clothing. Off go the closed-toe shoes and sweaters, on go the sandals, flip-flops, shorts, tank tops, and breezy little dresses. It's all good. After all, when the temperatures rise, keeping cool and maintaining that relaxed, laid-back feeling of summer is what it's all about. I'll even bet that most of us have at least one pair of flip-flops and some shorts in our closets right now...

July 4, 2013

Today in the United States we celebrate Independence Day. Two hundred thirty-seven years ago our Founding Fathers declared our nation’s freedom.

Freedom is a good thing but, at the level of the individual, it is not always what people think it is. True freedom does not mean having the ability always to do whatever we want or whatever others might expect us to do. In fact, it sometimes entails acting against our desires or the expectations of others. To do otherwise...

July 3, 2013

Some pro-choice advocates argue that if abortion were made illegal, women would be forced to get abortions from untrained, “back-alley" abortionists. Or else these women might try to induce their own abortions with crude instruments such as coat hangers. Pro-choice advocates then say, "Shouldn’t we keep abortion legal so that it’s at least safe?"

How should pro-life advocates respond to this concern?

First, we don’t want anyone—women or babies—to die from either legal or...

June 12, 2013

The creators of the iconic British science fiction show Doctor Who were not only long on imaginative whimsy but well-supplied in business savvy. The title character, a time-traveling alien with two hearts and a soft spot in both of them for adventurous Earth women, possesses the ability to regenerate himself after death—taking on a new body and personality traits but retaining his knowledge, memories, and so on...