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Russell Shaw
In 1964 there were 180,000 religious; today there are 67,000. The effects of this tragic loss on the Church can hardly be exaggerated,...
Laura Locke
Since I became a Catholic four years ago, I can pretty much predict the questions I will be asked by curious Evangelical friends. The first is...
Jim Blackburn
The Catholic Church teaches that the sacrament of baptism is necessary: “Baptism is birth into the new life in Christ. In accordance with the...
Matt Fradd
If you frequent websites such as YouTube or Facebook, you’ve probably read the exchanges that take place on these forums. Sometimes they are...
Michelle Arnold
In the last few years yoga, to use Internet lingo, has gone viral. Stores are filled with yoga clothing, equipment, books, and videos; churches...
Mark P. Shea
The celibacy of the Catholic priesthood is a sign of great contradiction in our time. Our culture stares at it in blank incomprehension, and on...
Christopher Check
The Church teaches that nuclear warfare is an intrinsic evil that can never be morally justified. So why do so many Catholics disagree?
Jimmy Akin
The Gospels provide accounts of numerous things that Jesus said and did during his earthly ministry. But how did the Evangelists themselves...
Joanna Bogle
It was a soaking wet night and a bitterly cold journey for the stagecoach travelers, especially those in the cheap seats outside, with the wind...
Robert P. Lockwood
My childhood pastor, back in the 1950s and early ‘60s in Yonkers, New York, was a priest named Msgr. Edward Betowski. It was said that the good...