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Cherie Peacock
Pope Benedict in his Regensburg address spoke of the Christian understanding of God as Logos. The Gospel of John calls Jesus the ...
In the September 2006 issue of This Rock, a letter by Fr. Peter Stravinskas stated that Pope John Paul II’s "theology of the body" has...
Jennifer Taylor
My decision to attend the University of Dallas had nothing to do with its Catholic affiliation and everything to do with the school’s...
Tim Staples
Few texts have occasioned the spilling of more ink than Matthew 16:18–19:And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church...
Robert P. Lockwood
For nearly twenty years after World War II, Pope Pius XII (reigned 1939–1958) was respected worldwide for saving countless Jewish lives in the...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
A few years back I visited the town of Glastonbury in England. It’s a wonderful place, full of ancient mystery and genuine historical interest...
Karl Keating
When a local Catholic woman was "ordained" as a priest recently, I received a call from the religion editor of the San Diego Union-Tribune...
Ron Rychlak
At every Catholic Mass, following the command of Jesus himself, the celebrant raises the host and says, "Take this, all of you, and eat it:...
Carl Olson
Love, as St. Paul explained in 1 Corinthians, is the greatest of the three theological virtues. Faith is the theological virtue most commonly...
Anthony E. Clark
The mistaken notion that Catholics worship saints remains one of the most common complaints of our Protestant brothers and sisters. Indeed,...