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Karl Keating
In this country, when we think of royalty, usually it is in terms of Britain. This is natural, given Britain’s role in our history. Even though...
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...
Karl Keating
I have been reading a pair of recent books presenting "alternative history." The contributors imagine "what might have been" if, say, Socrates...
Karl Keating
Thomas Ferebee was 26 when he pulled a lever and incinerated an entire city. With one flick of his wrist he killed more people than had any...
Karl Keating
"History hit us with a freight train,” Whittaker Chambers once wrote. When you are hit by a freight train, the freight train wins. If you are...
Karl Keating
Of the many unread books on my shelves at home, the most intriguing may be Romanism: A Menace to the Nation, written by Jeremiah Crowley,...
Karl Keating
In preparing for Catholic Answers' pilgrimage to the Holy Land I reread H. V. Morton's In the Steps of the Master, an evocative account of...
Karl Keating
Aside from the first general gathering of the bishops of the Church -- the Council of Jerusalem, which occurred around A.D. 50 (Acts 15) and...
Karl Keating
Editor’s note: This is the premier installment of a new column that looks at important dates in Catholic history that fall within the issue’s...