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January 30, 2013

When I first read it, years ago, I thought that Louis Chaigne's biography of Paul Claudel was the best-written biography I had ever come across. The book appeared in 1961, six years after Claudel's death at the age of 86.

Paul Claudel: The Man and the Mystic covers the three men who were Claudel: the diplomat, the poet and playwright, and the Catholic. Chaigne writes lovingly and insightfully of the man who was his friend for thirty years. By the end of the book, I felt...

January 29, 2013

This blogoccupying the left column of our redesigned main pagefeatures posts by members of the Catholic Answers staff. Aside from Yours Truly they are:

Apologists: Jimmy Akin, Michelle Arnold, Jim Blackburn, Matt Fradd, Peggy Frye, Trent Horn, Hector Molina, Tim Staples

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January 29, 2013

What is the proper Catholic apologetic against using women in combat?

That was the question I posed to Catholic Answers' leadership last week when we met off campus for two days for our annual planning retreat. At the start of one day's session I brought up the Pentagon's decision to incorporate women in nearly all phrases of combat. All of us at the table were opposed to that, but, I asked, what is the right way to argue about the issue?

I pointed to arguments that may...