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Oliver Barres
Human bondage is proverbial. Men have always been the slaves of forces beyond their control. Whether it be the dark tyranny of deep-rooted...
Cherie Peacock
Beauty is truth, truth beauty,—that is allYe know on earth, and all ye need to know. When I was a high school sophomore, these closing...
G. K. Chesterton
The difficulty of explaining "why I am a Catholic" is that there are ten thousand reasons all amounting to one reason: that Catholicism is true...
Lisa Lavadores
"My name is not ‘Hey’!" is pretty much the first instance of religious education that I can recall. That admonishment came from a harried...
Alice von Hildebrand
Because we reject one particular philosophical position, we are often tempted to endorse another position that seems to be opposed to the first...
Peter Kreeft
Apologetics and evangelism are both parts of God’s job description for us. But do we win converts best with rational explanations the faith? Or...
Alice von Hildebrand
Modern culture regards religious beliefs as nothing more than superstition. But superstition doesn't produce saints.
Karl Keating
In my newest book, Controversies, I gather examples of high-level Catholic apologetics. The eight selections—little known even by today’s...
Francis J. Ripley
All who believe that Christ is God and that the Gospels are authentic records of his teaching must accept his revelation in its entirety. All...
Robert Hugh Benson
There are two sharply defined views as to the significance of what is called "modern religious thought." The first—that of the thinkers in...