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Catherine Brown Tkacz
Not by a long shot – despite what some revisionist scholars would have us believe. Indeed, in Scripture, women represent the soul in union with...
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...
Marcellino D'Ambrosio
We hear about them all the time. We know they’re important. But can regular people read and understand the Church Fathers? Actually, it’s...
Fr. Robert Johansen
Heresy from the pulpit, do-it-yourself liturgies, pro-abortion politicians honored by Catholic institutions, bankruptcy—in any other...
Cardinal Avery Dulles S.J.
In this selection from A History of Apologetics, we see that the tension between preaching the truth and finding common ground with other...