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David P. Lang
The only valid substance for a consecrated host is unleavened bread made from gluten—unfortunately for some, a highly allergenic substance. So...
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...
Christopher Kaczor
If God is all good and all powerful, how can he allow suffering? The question is most pressing when the pain is most acute, and at that point,...
Carl Olson
With all the Zen-inspired workshops going on in parishes and retreat houses, it seems that many Catholics are looking for a side of Buddha with...
Rosalind Moss
After a month in release, perhaps it’s time for a bottom-line perspective on The Passion of the Christ from a Jewish Christian: Anyone who...
Paul Thigpen
The controversial bloodiness of upcoming film The Passion of the Christ has served as a reminder that Jesus’ Passion was a horrifying affair....
Mark P. Shea
If you look at any “rediscovery” of Christ in the context of the prevailing cultural fixations, you can see how much of a Rorschach test these...
Clayton F. Bower Jr.
The Jehovah’s Witnesses say Christ wasn’t crucified on a cross but on an upright stake. What do logic and Scripture say?
Scott Hahn
When, from the cross, Jesus said, "It is finished," what did he mean by "it"? Perhaps he was referring to the Passover seder, which ends with...
Fr. Brian Harrison O.S.
"Name" theologians are saying it doesn't matter if Jesus rose from the dead on the third day because he really didn't rise at all – at least...