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Fr. Brian Harrison O.S.
In the wake of 9/11, the nasty subject of torture has become a topic of heated public debate. What should Catholics think about the intentional...
Carl Olson
What is the Christian virtue of hope? Certainly it is not the doomed secular attempt to achieve human perfection through technological or...
Anthony E. Clark
If Protestants can ask their friends here on earth to pray for them, then certainly we can ask our friends in heaven to pray for us also. Much...
Alice Von Hildebrand
It is not easy to be clear sighted when it comes to matters of the heart, and in that sense love is blind. At the same time, love alone can...
Christopher Kaczor
In Evangelium Vitae, Pope John Paul II demonstrates that the culture of death arises in part from a faulty understanding of human freedom. The...
Donald DeMarco
Friedrich Nietzsche famously declared the death of God. His radical individualism, his glorification of the power of the will, and his...
Jimmy Akin
Indulgences have been a flash-point since Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses, but few people understand what an indulgence is....
Marcellino D'Ambrosio
With so much misinformation in the popular culture about the beginnings of Christianity, it's more important now than ever to be familiar with...
Susan Brinkman
The twentieth century was one of the darkest for Christians since the birth of Christianity – and the twenty-first isn't looking any brighter....
Donald DeMarco
God created the world and it is good. But if we try to settle down to a comfortable life in it – if we try to find ultimate happiness in it –...