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Leon J. Suprenant
A notorious pro-choice advocate claims she “knows with every ounce of her being” that Catholics may disagree with Church teachings but still...
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,...
Leona Choy
Are we ever too old to "be transformed by the renewing of our minds"? Could a lifelong evangelical Protestant missionary approaching her...
Tim Staples
Romans 3:23 says, "All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." First John 1:8 adds, "If any man says he has no sin he is a liar and...
Michael Schrauzer
We all know what Jesus looks like, right? We’ve seen his face countless times. It has been portrayed by countless artists, using every artistic...
Robert P. Lockwood
Catholic urban legends are myths of history created in the fervor of anti-Catholic passions. Unfortunately, they long ago became part of our...
Karl Keating
In 1993 I composed for This Rock "The World’s Toughest Catholic Quiz." I first had given it to members of Legatus, an organization of well-to-...
Cherie Peacock
"Catholicism is a very tangible business—it’s about seeing and hearing, touching, tasting, and smelling as much as it’s about texts and...
Thank you for Fr. Paul Scalia’s excellent article, "The Church Militant or the Church Belligerent?" When the magazine arrived, I jumped first...
Joanna Bogle
The book is ubiquitous and hugely appealing: "1,000 Places to See before You Die." Most of us long to see the world. But beyond mere wanderlust...