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Mark P. Shea
An infernal e-mail reveals what devils may think about sins of the flesh. From 2000.
Michelle Arnold
Secularism and materialism are leaving people feeling empty and longing for mystery and meaning. Sadly, many are turning to witchcraft in an...
Letters to a DoubterPaul Claudel (1868–1955) is not read much today in the English-speaking world, and that is unfortunate. The Catholic...
The Devil You SayThrough the centuries the devil has always been a player. John Milton imagined Satan as a cunning and "magnificent" fallen...
Nicholas Halligan O.P.
The popular interest in angels has not been paralleled by a popular interest in the devil -- which may be precisely the way he planned it. Here...