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Carl Olson
Deepak Chopra is a popular pitchman for today’s “spirituality.” His latest bestseller purports to uncover a Jesus obscured and misinterpreted...
Karl Keating
Rummaging through my shelves, I came across a booklet published in 1926 by the Catholic Information Society of New York. The title is The...
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...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
With strange names like Arianism, Nestorianism, Monophysitism, Donatism, and Pelagianism, the ancient heresies don’t seem to have much to do...
Karl Keating
While reorganizing my files I came across a booklet entitled The Triumph of the Church. Originally published in 1926 by the Catholic...
Ronald Rychlak
If the television networks are covering a Catholic event, it’s likely you’ll hear commentary from Fr. Richard McBrien.
Leon J. Suprenant
Heresy isn't a nice word and so isn't used much these days. But the ranks of the Church today are rife with—let's face it—heretics. How do we...
Kevin Lents
Pejoratives are lobbed at Catholics who are faithful to the teachings of the Church—and often they come from other Catholics who want to bend...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
When our views on the person of Christ, the Church, and the Eucharist don't support and reflect one another, heresy creeps in.
Carl Olson
Fundamentalism falls into the category of "nothing new under the sun." The author traces its roots of dissent in the heresies of the Church.