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Kenneth D. Whitehead
Benedict XVI’s historic visit to the United Kingdom in 2010 was supposed to fail. Instead, the pope drew huge crowds and even made the British...
Cherie Peacock
Christians use the term "pagan" to describe the culture around us as it becomes ever more militantly secular. But I wonder if pagan is the...
Joanna Bogle’s article on Cardinal von Galen ("The Bishop vs. the Nazis," February 2008) is highly welcome. So many lies have gained currency...
Peter A. Kwasniewski
There is an idea underlying most textbooks, television shows, and journalism that treats scientific subjects—scientific materialism. Its...
Russell Shaw
Götterdämmerung, a word suggested by a Scandinavian myth, means "twilight of the gods." With religious belief and birth rates at an all-time...
Gregory R. Beabout
Does freedom mean liberty or license? Contemporary secular dialogue loudly extols the right to freedom while denouncing any moral law as...
Robert P. Lockwood
Aye carumba! Bart Simpson is perhaps the most recognizable cultural icon since Mickey Mouse. But beyond its astonishing popularity and...
Russell Shaw
"Life is one world, and life seen in the newspapers another," G.K. Chesterton quipped. Today the news media are in the midst of a profound...
Donald DeMarco
An old maxim insists that to keep the conversation civil, we don’t discuss religion. The secularist mentality would apply the principle beyond...
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...