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Kenneth D. Whitehead
Who was John Vianney, and why is he patron of the Year for Priests? Fr. Vianney was sent to Ars in part because he barely qualified for the...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
Benedict XVI’s historic visit to the United Kingdom in 2010 was supposed to fail. Instead, the pope drew huge crowds and even made the British...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
With strange names like Arianism, Nestorianism, Monophysitism, Donatism, and Pelagianism, the ancient heresies don’t seem to have much to do...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
The furor resulting from the ordination of Anglican bishop V. Gene Robinson, an avowed homosexual living openly in a relationship with another...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
One of the longest-running liturgical disputes involves the question of whether we should be kneeling or standing during Mass and at Communion...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
Christ invited doubting Thomas to touch his resurrected body. Why did he tell Mary Magdalene not to?
Kenneth D. Whitehead
A survey of post-Vatican II dissent from either side of the theological spectrum.
Kenneth D. Whitehead
In the fourth century, two ecumenical councils produced the definitive creed of the Church. We recite that creed every Sunday.
Kenneth D. Whitehead
For the first centuries of its existence, Christianity was an outlawed religion, persecuted by the state. Heroic tales of martyrs dying for the...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
He was a bishop being taken to his execution, and he left behind seven letters that tell us what the Christians of the first century believed.