On a recent Sunday, the readings included the Apostle Paul's description to the Corinthians of the functions of the Body of Christ (1 Cor. 12:12-30). In his homily at the Mass I attended that day, the pastor reflected on the appropriateness of St. Paul's choice to liken the relationship between Christ and the members...
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As many of you are aware, I recently joined the staff of Catholic Answers and its team of gifted apologists. In the process of sharing the news with relatives and friends, I have noticed a common pattern in their reaction. “So, you’re a Catholic Apologist?” “What exactly is that?” “Does that mean you go around apologizing to others for being Catholic?”
It is clear to me that this is somewhat of a downside to being a professional apologist. Sadly, most people just aren’t familiar with...
Oregon baker Aaron Klein could be facing legal action from the state for his decision to not provide a cake for a wedding involving two women. That is because under Oregon’s 2007 Equality Act, it is illegal for a business that provides goods and services to the public to discriminate based on “sexual orientation” or “gender identity.”
I can't call Michael Schwartz a friend. I last saw him in 1995, when I took my son to Washington, D.C. While there, Justin and I paid a visit to Schwartz. I don't recall what job he had at the time. His political activities weren't what interested me, weren't what I knew him for. My knowledge of him was from his association, twenty and more years prior, with Triumph.
That magazine was founded by L. Brent Bozell Jr. in 1966, and it folded at the beginning of 1976. Bozell had...
In my first blog post for the Catholic Answers Blog, I discussed some of the horror stories I'd been told over the years of abuses of the Eucharist, the precious body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. Some of the stories of what people have done to the Eucharist, usually because of innocent ignorance, are truly mind-boggling.