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Karl Keating
The caller to Catholic Answers Live identified himself as an Evangelical, and he had a question about the Eucharist. He wanted to...
Karl Keating
My sister Karen says I’m wrong, but my recollection is that she had an elementary school classmate whose name was Belle. It was a fine Southern...
Karl Keating
"The highest and chief abomination of the pope."The phrase, describing infant baptism, is from the Schleitheim Articles, the first official...
Karl Keating
My sister Karen says I’m wrong, but my recollection is that she had an elementary school classmate whose name was Belle. It was a fine Southern...
Karl Keating
I once had sent to me a scurrilous attack on one of my favorite writers, Msgr. Ronald Knox (1888-1957). The attack was written by two Catholics...
Karl Keating
Want to end a conversation about the Real Presence before it hardly begins? Utter just one word: Transubstantiation. Eyes glaze over, minds go...
Karl Keating
It was October 1933. The Great Depression was deepening—and would continue to deepen—despite a new administration’s frenetic activity. Formerly...
Karl Keating
Among the early Protestant leaders in England, John Wesley might be the most attractive or interesting. He almost certainly was the most...
Karl Keating
When my wife and I were dating, we sometimes attended the local symphony. My budget permitted only second-balcony seats, but it didn’t matter....
Karl Keating
I am too young, by nearly two decades, to have read and appreciated Time magazine during its heyday, which was the mid- to late-1940s. In those...