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Alice Von Hildebrand
No. We should be indifferent to things that don’t matter, but we should never be indifferent to people. The proper attitude to persons—who have...
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...
Scott McDermott
It rained every night that summer, it seems to me in hindsight, but only at night, and it was sunny every day. That was the summer of 1984, in...
Jim Blackburn
In 1947, a group of Christians in Nebraska formed a fellowship known today as the Berean Church Fellowship. The name of the group is borrowed...
Matthew E. Bunson
On January 26, 1957, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan was the site of a new opera by noted French Catholic composer François Poulenc. Le Dialogue...
Fr. Paul van Kuykendall Thomson
[I]t is axiomatic that there is no such thing as a lone Catholic. Just as the members of the Church on earth share a common spiritual life,...
Karl Keating
In what order were the synoptic Gospels written? The theory most in favor in recent decades has been that of Markan priority. It holds that...
Cherie Peacock
Here at Catholic Answers, we begin every day with Mass celebrated by our chaplain, Fr. Vincent Serpa, O.P. At the "sign of peace," Fr. Vincent...
Msgr. Stuart Swetland
Everyone wants peace—at least nearly everyone claims to want it. But how to achieve it? A good start is to understand the word itself and the...
Donald DeMarco
When I was in junior high school, a fellow student won an oratorical contest by expatiating on the theme, "A Bomb of Peace." If bombs can...