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Christopher Check
Most Catholics know the story of the Maid of Orléans. Few, however, have all the facts about the remarkable role she played in the history of...
Fr. Paul Scalia
We live in difficult times—times that require us to be joyful warriors in God’s army. But it’s easy to allow ourselves to become battle-weary...
Carl Olson
How can an atheist explain love? After all, if there is no God and no spiritual realm, then all that exists is the material world. Biology may...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
When it comes to the tough questions, we want to go to a reliable authority for answers, but how do we know if the authority is reliable? One...
Russell L. Ford
Allesandre Reyes Cardenas, 35, is currently serving time in Michigan for second-degree murder. Allesandre, known as "Pooh" in prison, came from...
Tim Staples
Some call into question the historical accuracy of the Gospels because of the apparent discrepancy between the synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark...
Michael Schrauzer
Saint Luke Evangelist by El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopulos). ca. 1605-1619. Cathedral, Toledo, SpainThe short answer today would probably be "...
Robert P. Lockwood
From game shows to comedy sketches, from allegedly serious scholarship to anti-Catholic tracts stuck under windshield wipers in the parish...
Karl Keating
Apparently so, since he had a mother-in-law. Customarily the two go together. Sometimes they even remain together, both staying in a fellow’s...
Cherie Peacock
The University of Dallas has the best faculty in the country and perhaps the smallest library. That means research requires interlibrary loans...