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Pascal for Today - Peter Kreeft

Pascal is the first postmedieval apologist.  Read more...

Pascal for Today - Peter Kreeft

Pascal is the first postmedieval apologist. He is "for today" because he speaks to modern pagans, not to medieval Christians.   Read more...

Pastor and Flock Convert to Catholicism - Judy Roberts

When Pentecostal minister Alex Jones came into the Church this past Easter he was not alone. He brought much of his congregation in with him.  Read more...

Peace is within - Donald DeMarco

Back in the 'sixties, when the peace movement was in full flower, I was teaching at a university in New York City.  Read more...

Perfect Fear Casts Out All "Luv" - Peter Kreeft

Have you ever noticed the amazing fact that most modern "religious educators" try to remove the very thing the Bible calls "the beginning of wisdom"? I mean, of course, fear—"the fear of the Lord."  Read more...

Peter and the Papacy - Catholic Answers

It was Simon, weak as he was, who was chosen to become the rock and thus the first link in the chain of the papacy.   Read more...

Points on the Petrine Authority - Deacon Douglas McManaman

I've always said that one of the best things that can happen to a young Catholic is to room with a fiery non-Catholic Christian antithetical to Catholic doctrine.  Read more...

Polluting the Waters - Anthony Esolen

The Nice Fornicators, as far as it lies in them to do so, bring about a culture of hedonism, which is by its nature antithetical to something as self-sacrificing as marriage.   Read more...

Pope Benedict on the "Dark Passages" of Scripture - Jimmy Akin

There are certain Bible passages, particularly in the Old Testament, that are disturbing.  Read more...

Pope Benedict’s Interfaith Outreach - Francis X. Rocca

It was hardly surprising that this year's Assisi gathering would reflect Pope Benedict's concerns about religious relativism.   Read more...

Pope Fiction: Answers to Five Myths and Misconceptions About the Papacy - Patrick Madrid

As apostles for Christ, we have work to do. The myths and misconceptions that form the vast body of "Pope Fiction" are widespread and pernicious, but like other ills, they can be counteracted and cured with a healthy dose of the facts.  Read more...

Pope Pius XII’s Good Fight - Michael Coren

Vatican officials threatened last week to boycott a Holocaust Remembrance Service at Jerusalem’s Yad Vashem because of what they claim to be a profoundly misleading account of Pope Pius XII’s response to Nazi anti-Semitism.  Read more...

Purgatory: Holy Fire - Scott Hahn

Scott Hahn discusses the Catholic doctrine of purgatory and how it is necessary in understanding the application of Christ’s redemptive work in salvation. Using Scripture, Scott explains the Hebrew concept of sheol or the netherworld. He also cites passages such as Sirach 7:33, “Withhold not your kindness, O Lord, from the dead,” to show how the ancient Hebrew had an intimation that the mercy of God extended even to the dead.  Read more...

Q&A with Dinesh D'Souza - Stan Guthrie

I served as an editor and consultant for D'Souza on Life After Death and interviewed D'Souza about his life as a Christian apologist.  Read more...

Questioning the Left Behind Rapture - David Bristow

Many Christians today are falling into the rapture mindset due to the continued presence of the Left Behind series.  Read more...

Questions they never asked me so I asked myself - Walker Percy

Q: What kind of Catholic are you?  Read more...

Re-Enchantment of the World - Daniel J. Mahoney

We live in a strange time.  Read more...

Reading the Bible Like a Grown-Up - Mark Shea

As we saw last week, antique atheists like Bill Maher still imagine that people who take the Bible seriously must read it literalistically, as he does.   Read more...

Reading the Scandal With Biblical Eyes - Father Robert Barron

Once again we’re living in scandal times.   Read more...

Reason to believe - Paul Johnson

My belief in God is not philosophical. It is not rooted in metaphysics or reason. It springs from the heart and the senses. It is practical.  Read more...

Rebutting the 'Catholic but…' - Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted

Now is the time to rebut the “Catholic but…” It is the time to say “Yes” when we mean “Yes,” and to say “No” when we mean “No.”  Read more...

Recognizing the True Church - Father John A. Hardon, S.J.

There are two basic positions in the medley of world religions outside the Catholic Church.   Read more...

Reform in the Church and in Society - Fr. Benedict Groeschel, C.F.R.

The Church, made up as she is of people, is constantly in need of renewal and reform. Any living thing — be it a plant, a human body or a social organism — needs constantly to be renewed, or it will become moribund. Spiritual renewal, when it occurs in human life and is done under the impulse of the Holy Spirit, often is also a reform, that is, a return to basic principles, a refocusing on basic goals.  Read more...

Reform Party - John Wilson

N.T. Wright is arguably the most influential living Protestant theologian. He's also a scholar sending shock waves through Evangelical circles as he advances the view that the leaders of the Protestant Reformation — Martin Luther especially — misread St. Paul on the subject of justification by faith.  Read more...

Reformation Day and Schism - Francis J. Beckwith

Sunday, October 31, is Reformation Day.   Read more...


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