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Michael Schrauzer
Medusa (1597) by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, located in the Uffizi, Florence, Italy. It must take a special kind of artistic audacity...
Tim Staples
Romans 5:1 is a favorite verse for those who hold to the doctrine commonly known as "once saved, always saved": "Therefore, since we are...
Pete Vere
Excommunication is a term that gets a lot of press these days. Most Catholics, however—and certainly the secular press—have only a tenuous g....
Jim Blackburn
In Part I (October 2007, page 32), we saw that Catholics believe hell is the freely chosen state of eternal separation from God after death. We...
Fr. Frank Pavone
Jesus said “love your neighbor as yourself”—right after he said to love God with your whole being. But does love involve keeping mum about sin...
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...
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...
Leon J. Suprenant
A notorious pro-choice advocate claims she “knows with every ounce of her being” that Catholics may disagree with Church teachings but still...
Donald DeMarco
When I was in junior high school, a fellow student won an oratorical contest by expatiating on the theme, "A Bomb of Peace." If bombs can...
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...