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Karl Keating
"The highest and chief abomination of the pope."The phrase, describing infant baptism, is from the Schleitheim Articles, the first official...
Mike Aquilina
The Christians in the first centuries after Christ, secretly practicing their faith in catacombs, left their descendants a rich spiritual...
Donald DeMarco
It’s said, often ad nauseum, that nobody is pro-abortion. Even so, the arguments for choice are flimsy at best, and proponents of the "right 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...
Tim Staples
"Do you know you’re saved so that if you were to die right now, heaven would be absolutely certain for you?" This "all-important" question is...
Robert P. Lockwood
A while back a science professor in Minnesota desecrated what he claimed to be a consecrated host—a gruesome business. This avowed atheist...
Christopher Kaczor
Richard Dawkins, the ubiquitous atheist, likes to take shots at religion—with a special animus for Catholicism. His popular bestseller The God...
Mark Brumley
Atheists contend that God cannot exist because no such Being could exist. But the being whose existence they deny is not who God is. God isn’t...
Andrew M. Seddon
The list of anti-religion screeds by atheists is growing. And too many people, including Christians ignorant of their faith, are led to doubt...
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...