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Toward a Gospel witness: Confronting child abuse - Daniel Cere

The Church's response to this evolving crisis has been, at the very least, disturbing.   Read more...

Toward Reuniting the Church - PETER KREEFT

Born into a strong evangelical Protestant family (Dutch Reformed), I became a Roman Catholic while studying philosophy at Yale.  Read more...

Twelve Ways to Know God - Peter Kreeft

Jesus defines eternal life as knowing God (Jn 17:3). What are the ways? In how many different ways can we know God, and thus know eternal life?  Read more...

Twenty Arguments For The Existence Of God - Peter Kreeft & Fr. Ronald Tacelli, SJ.

An effective rational argument for God's existence can be an important first step in opening the mind to the possibility of faith -- in clearing some of the roadblocks and rubble that prevent people from taking the idea of divine revelation seriously.   Read more...

Unanswered Prayer - Fr. Leonard M. Puech, O.F.M.

How is it, you will say, that so many prayers go unanswered?  Read more...

Understanding "Incivility" - Deal Hudson

Is the religious right uncivil?   Read more...

Unlocking the Convert's Heart - Marcus Grodi

I was recently asked to give a talk on the biblical defense of Catholicism.  Read more...

Unsolicited information is invasive - Barbara Kay

Children's curiosity about human sexuality is a slow blooming flower.   Read more...

Vatican II: The Yes and the No - Robert Royal

During Richard Nixon’s 1971 visit to China, Chinese premier Zhou Enlai was asked what he thought about the French Revolution (1789). He reportedly said: "It is too soon to say."  Read more...

Virtue and vice, sin and redemption - Father Raymond J. de Souza

The clergy sexual abuse scandal is now roiling the Catholic Church in Ireland and in Germany.   Read more...

Wealth and the Christian call to poverty - Matthew Pinto

If we are supposed to leave everything and follow God, how come our churches are so exquisite and the people within the church so wealthy?  Read more...

What about hell? - Matthew Pinto

How could there be a place like hell if Jesus loves people unconditionally?  Read more...

What Blair should have said to Hitchens - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Toronto glittered last week at the debate between Tony Blair and Christopher Hitchens on whether religion was a force for good in the world.   Read more...

What Difference Does Heaven Make? - Peter Kreeft

If a thing makes no difference, it is a waste of time to think about it. We should begin, then, with the question, What difference does Heaven make to earth, to now, to our lives?   Read more...

What do our holidays mean to us? - Ken Larson

With Memorial Day and July 4th fast approaching I found myself thinking over the weekend about the recent past.  Read more...

What does Divine Grace do for us? - Deacon Douglas McManaman

What are the effects of grace?  Read more...

What Faith Is and What it Isn't - Father Robert Barron

The Protestant theologian Paul Tillich once commented that "faith" is the most misunderstood word in the religious vocabulary. I'm increasingly convinced that he was right about this.   Read more...

What Is Distinct About Catholicism? - Father James V. Schall, S.J.

Three factors that set the one, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church apart from all other religions and sects.  Read more...

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 — 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...


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