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Leon J. Suprenant
Ever heard someone called a “a social-justice Catholic”? Misnomer or not, the term implies an adherence to political ideology over Christian...
Joanna Bogle
In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI announced a new bridge across the Tiber, an opportunity for Anglicans who wished to retain aspects of their liturgy...
Jacqueline Rapp
Facebook is a fascinating vehicle. I've come across so many people people who knew me in my past, before Easter 1995—when I came into full...
Jim Blackburn
People who disagree with the moral teaching of the Catholic Church sometimes attempt to equate the imposition of such teaching to slavery. For...
Michael Schrauzer
What Catholic doesn't have a holy card or two tucked between the leaves of a Bible or prayer book somewhere? These little slips of paper or...
Karl Keating
When Mormons come to your door, they ask you to accept a copy of the Book of Mormon. You demur, saying you do not believe in its inspiration...
Cherie Peacock
Alfred P. Doolittle is the likable rogue of My Fair Lady, the one who sings "With a Little Bit of Luck," which begins:The Lord above gave man...
I just received your latest edition of This Rock and I was especially interested in the article by Tim Staples on "How Do We Explain the...
Pete Vere
Revealed: secrets to a successful marriage! With hundreds of titles on how to achieve marital bliss lining bookstore shelves, why does the...
Christopher Check
The persecution of the Catholic faith is as old as the faith itself. But few Americans are aware of the scourge visited on the faithful in...