Karl Keating
It is now twenty years since I debated Peter Ruckman, a Fundamentalist minister from Pensacola known not just for his anti-Catholicism but for...
Karl Keating
Apparently so, since he had a mother-in-law. Customarily the two go together. Sometimes they even remain together, both staying in a fellow’s...
Karl Keating
In what order were the synoptic Gospels written? The theory most in favor in recent decades has been that of Markan priority. It holds that...
Karl Keating
In this country, when we think of royalty, usually it is in terms of Britain. This is natural, given Britain’s role in our history. Even though...
Karl Keating
At weekday Masses in the Catholic Answers chapel, Communion is by intinction and thus under both kinds. On Sundays, at my parish, I receive...
Karl Keating
Apologetics is loaded with opportunities to err. Like ice cream, the errors come in a bewildering assortment of flavors. Some are as mild as...
Karl Keating
One Sunday morning I did not feel well enough to leave the house for Mass. By the afternoon I had recovered sufficiently, but Masses at the...
Karl Keating
In the spring my wife and I vacationed in Rome. We lodged in a rooftop apartment on the Esquiline Hill. From its terrace we had a fine view of...
Karl Keating
During lunch today I read a fine article, published in a Catholic monthly, about the ever-more evident frailties of Darwinism. The writer...
Karl Keating
Ten years ago then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was interviewed by secular journalist Peter Seewald. The result was Salz der Erde (Salt...