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Fr. C. C. Martindale S.J.
There is a sort of objection [to the idea of life after death] which, in itself, must be allowed no weight, but which bulks large in popular...
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...
Cherie Peacock
Floundering in a sea of undergraduates at Arizona State University, I found a group of friends whose main activity wasn’t drinking and throwing...
Having just received my second issue of This Rock, the December issue, I eagerly reviewed the articles and came upon the Quick Questions...
Paul Yarbrough
Paul: Jesus is the center of the story of my life. All my life was a preparation for the moment I converted to his Holy Catholic Church. All my...
Jim Blackburn
As an apologist at Catholic Answers I often get calls and e-mails from people dealing with the immoral behavior of others who are close to them...
Matthew E. Bunson
Catholics are often asked why the Church honors and venerates the early Christians with such enthusiasm. After all, we hear, these people died...
Mary Beth Kremski
If marriage is such a good thing, shouldn’t anyone be allowed to marry? Why not same-sex couples? Why not groups of people? Why not people and...
Peter Kreeft
It turns out that one of the world’s finest Catholic apologists is also a surfer. In this selection from his latest book, The Sea Within,...
Matthew E. Bunson
Our Holy Father wants to engage the Muslim world in dialogue. Indeed, he wants to engage the entire world in dialogue because he believes in...