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Anthony Esolen
On the Mount of Purgatory, Dante sees for the first time the unveiled face of Beatrice. His response is joy surpassing even his ability to...
Carl Olson
Conventional wisdom now holds that faith is unreasonable. The fashionable thinker dismisses faith to the purview of the superstitious, the...
Fr. Brian Harrison O.S.
Did the Second Vatican Council’s Decree on Ecumenism change the centuries-old Tradition that the only path to salvation is through the Church?...
Alice Von Hildebrand
In our media-saturated culture, the clamor for a moral code based entirely on the premise of tolerance grows ever louder. Christians, however,...
Fr. Frank Pavone
Laws are necessary for a just society. But when the government passes laws that are contrary to justice itself, are we still required to obey...
Christopher Check
Cell phones, iPads, Twitter, and broadband access: We’re the most plugged-in civilization in all of history. But the cost of all that...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
Benedict XVI’s historic visit to the United Kingdom in 2010 was supposed to fail. Instead, the pope drew huge crowds and even made the British...
Leon J. Suprenant
Can anything good come from the Age of Technology? (Pace, Mr. Check.) The Holy Father thinks so. And so do a lot of Catholics, who are finding...
Anthony E. Clark
Anglican Fr. John Henry Newman’s opinion of the Catholic Church was, to put it mildly, unfavorable. How, then, did this most illustrious of...
Jeffrey A. Mirus
What if the only way to save the life of your child was through deceit? Does the Eighth Commandment admit exceptions? The problem of the...