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What's Good About Sex? - J. Budziszewski

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

What's So Great about Christianity - Dinesh D’Souza

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

What’s 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...

What’s 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 — even many baptized Catholics — don’t see it that way.  Read more...

What’s 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...

What’s 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

I’ve been mad at just about anything you can imagine. Except unicorns. I’ve 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 D’Souza

A recent issue of the New York Times Magazine carried a long piece by cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker called “The Moral Instinct.”   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...

Who Killed Slavery? - Dinesh D'Souza

Isn't it remarkable that atheists, who did virtually nothing to oppose slavery, condemn Christians, who are the ones who abolished it?  Read more...

Why a priest should wear his Roman Collar - Msgr. Charles M. Mangan & Father Gerald E. Murray

It is our contention that the rather widespread practice of priests neglecting to wear their collar when they should is both a sign and a cause of malaise in the Church.   Read more...

Why are they throwing brickbats at God? - Margaret Somerville

Richard Dawkins has done more than all religious people together to put God on the current public agenda.  Read more...

Why Can't Women Be Priests? - Jason Evert

1. Why doesn't the Church allow women to be priests? I know plenty of women who could give a more moving homily and be more understanding in the confessional.  Read more...

Why Catholics Believe in the Immaculate Conception - David M. Bristow

Why do Catholics believe in the Immaculate Conception? The belief means that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was preserved without sin for her entire life.  Read more...

Why Chastity? - part 2 - J. Budziszewski

Are you telling me now that you don't know the great and beautiful thing for the sake of which we have all these complex and difficult rules?  Read more...

Why do we have to go to confession to receive God's forgiveness? - Matthew Pinto

Why do you have to go to Confession? Why can’t we just go to God for forgiveness?  Read more...

Why Do We Have to Go to Mass on Sunday? - Douglas McManaman

"Why do we have to go to Mass?" is one of the most frequently asked questions that students address to their religion teachers, and recently I received an email from a former student asking for an article that he could share with his friends that answers that very question.  Read more...

Why Father Robert Barron Filmed 'Catholicism' - Father Robert Barron

An interview with the Chicago priest whose ambitious series makes its debut on PBS.  Read more...

Why I am a Catholic - 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. I could fill all my space with separate sentences each beginning with the words, "It is the only thing that . . ."  Read more...

Why I love the Corrupt and Crime Ridden Catholic Church - Father Dwight Longenecker

Hatred for the Catholic Church comes from all quarters, and one of this attack — that the Catholic Church is "corrupt, immoral and riddled with crime" is one of the more typical.  Read more...


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