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Anthony Esolen
On the Mount of Purgatory, Dante sees for the first time the unveiled face of Beatrice. His response is joy surpassing even his ability to...
Cherie Peacock
A good friend was speaking to me about growing up in her family. She has great parents, so I am always eager to hear about them. She told me...
Mr. Bill Berry from San Diego wrote to complain about congregations burdened with stewardship talks during the homily at Mass. He ...
I’ve been evangelizing prisoners and writing about evangelization and apologetics for 22 years, beginning while still a catechumen (“Faith...
Jim Blackburn
Concordia University recently hosted an Exodus International Freedom Conference. Exodus International’s Web site (www.exodusinternational.org)...
Jeffrey A. Mirus
Couples often emerge from their “engaged encounters” aglow with the prospect of living out the procreative and unitive meaning of marriage—one...
Cherie Peacock
In his beautiful meditation on marriage (page 12), Jeff Mirus speaks of “the circumscribed space of married love” which “open(s) out to the...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
You only think you’re right.Truth is on my side. Sometimes the task of an apologist can seem more like verbal combat than making disciples of...
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...
Kudos to This Rock and Paul Thigpen for bringing to light this little-known fact of Catholic history in America ("The Georgia Martyrs," July/...