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June 4, 2014
St. Jerome, visited by angels

A donnybrook recently broke out in Catholic cyberspace (otherwise known as St. Blog's Parish) when a prominent Catholic blogger made an off-the-cuff criticism on her personal Facebook page of a "news story" on Pope Francis. I put the words news story in quotation marks because although the host site presents itself as a news organization, in my opinion it is really a blog written and...

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...

October 14, 2013

I am always rather in awe of the spiritual lives of others, as they have been related to me. To hear some people tell it, they speak with God on a regular basis and are constantly being given direction on what they should do. God is quite busy in their lives, and they are extraordinarily open to receiving his consoling word. Here is a representative example of some of the reports I've heard (details merged, changed, and embellished to ensure anonymity):

God laid it on my...