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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Is Christianity a supernaturally revealed religion that demands our submission and obedience, or is it a human construction that can and should...
Christopher Kaczor
Few people would ask the question outright, but there’s a lingering suspicion among many Catholics that women are not really treated as equals...
Fr. Peter Geldard
When the Church of England’s General Synod voted to allow the ordination of women to the Anglican priesthood in 1992, it caused a seismic row...
Can women be ordained to the priesthood? This is a question that provokes much debate in our modern world, but it is one to which the Church...
In 1929, a microscopic figure was discovered in the eyes of the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Since then, the mystery of her pupils has...
Jesus Christ, Social Conformist?Among the excellent articles in the October-November-December 2001 issue, I was struck particularly by the "...
Jason Evert
1. Why doesn’t the Church allow women to be priests? I know plenty of women who could give a more moving homily and be more understanding in...
Morally Desensitized?Your apologia for Harry Potter is appalling ("The Morals of Magic" by Steven G. Greydanus and "No Catholic Consensus" by...
Mark P. Shea
There is a difference between rights and gifts, and the gift of priesthood does not translate to a right for anyone to be ordained.
Stretching the Senses of Scripture?Your story in the February 2000 issue, "How to Read Scripture Like Jesus and the Apostles," deals with the...