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Christopher Kaczor
Richard Dawkins, the ubiquitous atheist, likes to take shots at religion—with a special animus for Catholicism. His popular bestseller The God...
Christopher Kaczor
In Evangelium Vitae John Paul II declared the need for capital punishment to be "rare, if not practically nonexistent." His statement created...
Christopher Kaczor
In our cultural milieu, sexual activity is a healthy, normative part of life: ergo, celibacy must be at the root of sex abuse by priests. (...
Christopher Kaczor
Americans are on the whole an optimistic people. In Europe,we are viewed as so many Little Orphan Annies, singing about “tomorrow.” But we...
Christopher Kaczor
Is money is the root of all evil? Not quite. First Timothy 6:10 says that the real problem is the love of money. St. Paul understood that the...
Christopher Kaczor
"Love is not merely a sentiment," writes Pope Benedict in his first encyclical, Deus Caritas Est. "A sentiment can be a marvelous first spark,...
Christopher Kaczor
As Christians we are called upon to care for our less fortunate brothers and sisters and to work for a more just society. Catholics often...
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,...
Christopher Kaczor
Of all the writings of Pope John Paul II, Evangelium Vitae may prove to have the greatest practical and political significance. This...