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What is God's Answer to Human Suffering? - Peter Kreeft

The answer must be someone, not just something.  Read more...

What it Means to be Catholic - Bishop Donald W. Wuerl

What makes a person Catholic? Is it because someone is baptized in a Catholic Church? Is it enough occasionally to attend Mass? Can it be simply because a person identifies himself or herself as Catholic? Or should we look at how the Church herself identifies her members, invites them into her sacramental life and calls them to accept and to proclaim in word and deed the living gospel of Jesus Christ?  Read more...

What it means to be human - Roger Scruton

Roger Scruton tracks down the soul ó the divine spark that distinguishes us from the rest of creation.  Read more...

What it means to be saved - Fr. Leonard M. Puech, O.F.M.

Someone asked me recently whether it was possible to know if one were saved. To understand the question, you must remember the two-fold meaning of the expression, "to be saved."  Read more...

What Popes Are For - Stephen P. White

The end of this pontificate, like the beginning, is a sign of contradiction to those who see every human action in the cynical categories of power and willfulness.  Read more...

What Serious Sins Will Exclude Us From the Kingdom of God? - Ralph Martin

Why aren't we more concerned about how even many of our fellow Catholics are engaging in behaviors ("lifestyles"), or accepting, or even approving them, in others, that scripture says will exclude them from the kingdom?  Read more...

What St. Paul Really Meant by Female 'Subordination' - Howard Kainz

The Second Reading for Sunday, August 26, is from St. Paul (Ephesians 5:21-32), in which Paul offers the instruction in 5:22, "Wives should be subordinate to their husbands, as to the Lord."  Read more...

What takes people so long? - David Warren

It took me fifty years to find my way home (to the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church), though only twenty-three to get pointed in the right general direction.  Read more...

What the Church has given the world - Father Andrew Pinsent and Father Marcus Holden

Without the Roman Catholic Church, there would be no western civilisation.  Read more...

What the crisis is not - George Weigel

To fix what is broken in the Catholic Church in the United States requires a clear understanding of what the current crisis is not, as well as a clear understanding of what it is.  Read more...

What Went Wrong - George Weigel

What is essential throughout the world is that the church become more Catholic, not less.   Read more...

What's Good About Sex? - J. Budziszewski

Sex clubs, Internet porn, AIDS . . . with so much bad news, itís easy to forget what God intended sex to be.   Read more...

What's So Great about Christianity - Dinesh DíSouza

"Infinitely more sophisticated than the rants produced by Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens, Whatís So Great About Christianity leaves those atheist books in the dust.Ē   Read more...

What's Wrong With the Church? - Father Dwight Longnecker

After rather a lot of discussion about liturgy and reverence and what's wrong with the Church a couple of commenters have asked me what to do about it.   Read more...

What's Your Authority? - Catholic Answers

In Catholic Answers' seminars, we emphasize that you should always demand that a missionary who comes to your door first establish his authority for what he is going to tell you, and only then proceed to discuss the particular issues he has in mind.  Read more...

Whatís in a Name? - Br. Thomas Davenport, O.P.

The power of names and the sacredness of the name of God are concepts we inherited from our Jewish forebears, and the particular importance of the Name of Jesus is made perfectly clear in the scriptures.   Read more...

Whatís So Great About Catholicism - H.W. Crocker III

With its divine foundation, sanction, and mission, nothing could be more glorious than the Catholic Church. But, of course, many people ó even many baptized Catholics ó donít see it that way.  Read more...

Whatís the Point of Creeds? - PETER KREEFT

I remember vividly how deeply moved I was as a young Protestant to hear how one of the Catholic martyrs died...  Read more...

Whatís wrong with Richard Dawkins? - Richard Bastien

For starters, his arguments for Darwinism are not very scientific.  Read more...

When Atheists Are Angry at God - Joe Carter

Iíve been mad at just about anything you can imagine. Except unicorns. Iíve never been angry at unicorns.  Read more...

When Being Catholic Means Losing Everything You Love - Tim Drake

Clergy conversions to the Catholic faith are no picnic.  Read more...

Where in the Bible . . . ? - Steven Kellmeyer

A recurring obstacle in discussions with "Bible Christians" is that you can never be quite sure what they believe - every sola scriptura Christian interprets Scripture in a slightly different way.  Read more...

Who Can Be Saved? - Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.

Nothing is more striking in the New Testament than the confidence with which it proclaims the saving power of belief in Christ. Almost every page confronts us with a decision of eternal consequence: Will we follow Christ or the rulers of this world?  Read more...

Who Cares?: The Moral Instinct - Dinesh DíSouza

A recent issue of the New York Times Magazine carried a long piece by cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker called ďThe Moral Instinct.Ē   Read more...

Who is Jesus? - Peter Kreeft

Honesty. Be honest with yourself. Dare to ask the question: Who is Jesus, really? It's Jesus, not the argument, that's important. The argument is only an arrow, pointing to him. Who is he? There's your puzzle, your challenge, if you dare to face up to it.  Read more...


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