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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Non-Catholics often fall back on the "idolatry" charge when discussing the Mother of God with Catholics. But their criticisms are based on a...
Gregory R. Beabout
Does freedom mean liberty or license? Contemporary secular dialogue loudly extols the right to freedom while denouncing any moral law as...
Gregory R. Beabout
We have inherited the Enlightenment dichotomy of the head and the heart, which brings with it a skepticism about any means of persuasion other...
Fr. Frank Pavone
Jesus said “love your neighbor as yourself”—right after he said to love God with your whole being. But does love involve keeping mum about sin...
Mary Beth Kremski
If marriage is such a good thing, shouldn’t anyone be allowed to marry? Why not same-sex couples? Why not groups of people? Why not people and...
Ronald Rychlak
When Jesus told his disciples that they must eat his flesh and drink his blood, some replied, "This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?"...
Mary Beth Kremski
For many converts, becoming comfortable with the teachings about Mary takes time, even if those teachings have been accepted on faith. One...
Bess Twiston-Davies
In the middle of London's busiest shopping district lies one of jolly old England's dark secrets: the site of Tyburn Tree, where 105 English...
Mark Brumley
If an outrageous assertion gets repeated enough times, people will begin to believe it. So, with Dan Brown’s outrageously anti-Catholic book...
Russell Shaw
Pope Benedict modestly says that his pontificate is simply a continuation of his great predecessor’s. But as he completes his first year in...