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Christopher Kaczor
If God is all good and all powerful, how can he allow suffering? The question is most pressing when the pain is most acute, and at that point,...
Karl Bjorn Erickson
I was raised in the Church of the Nazarene, a Protestant church in the Wesleyan tradition. My mother, a single parent, made great personal...
Steve Ray
“I can’t believe you are thinking about being Catholic. Have you lost your mind? Why in the world would you leave biblical Christianity to...
Verse DroppingRegarding Mary Beth Kremski’s article "Making Peace with the Mediatrix" (September 2006): The sentence started in 1 Timothy 2:5...
Karl Keating
Two of this issue’s feature articles deal with hospitality, and in "Reasons for Hope" Cherie Peacock reflects on how hospitality played a role...
Joseph Previtali
The topic is the crisis of culture in Europe, but in his first book published since he became pope, Benedict XVI lays out an apologetic mandate...
Maria Ruiz Scaperlanda
It's often referred to as the "Hispanic problem," but it's really an opportunity to revitalize moribund parishes with an influx of their rich...
Russell L. Ford
From behind prison doors, an evangelist offers seven keys to success.
Nancy Carpentier Brown
People looking to learn more about Catholicism at your local public library are more likely to find The Da Vinci Code than they are to find...
Matthew E. Bunson
There are some 20 million lapsed Catholics in this country, yet outreach to them has been scattershot at best. Who are they? Why did they leave...