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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...

Why is it so hard to believe? - Mother Angelica & Christine Allison

In this book you will fine that each chapter addresses one of life's toughest questions. And to each question, with wit and wisdom, Mother Angelica offer answers, not promises.   Read more...

Why is the Catholic Church so closed-minded? - Matthew Pinto

As Catholic apologist G. K. Chesterton said, the purpose of an open mind, like that of an open mouth, is to close it on something solid. For the mind, that “something solid” is truth.   Read more...

Why It's Okay to be Against Heresy and for Imposing One's Will on Others - Father Robert Barron

Last week, two prominent Catholic women — Kathleen Sebelius in an address to the graduates of Georgetown University's public policy school, and Maureen Dowd in a column published in the New York Times — delivered strong statements about the Church's role in civil society.  Read more...

Why Live Action did right and why we all should know that - Peter Kreeft

When I talk about abortion, I often surprise most of my audience, even some prolifers, by saying that not only is abortion always evil but that it is not a “complex issue,” that deep down we all know that it is evil; that Mother Teresa is very clearly right when she says “If abortion isn’t wrong, nothing is wrong.”  Read more...

Why Only Catholicism Can Make Protestantism Work: Louis Bouyer on the Reformation - Mark Brumley

Louis Bouyer contends that the only way to safeguard the positive principles of the Reformation is through the Catholic Church. For only in the Catholic Church are the positive principles the Reformation affirmed found without the negative elements the Reformers mistakenly affixed to them.  Read more...

Why should we "pray constantly"? - Fr. Leonard M. Puech, O.F.M.

Why should we "pray constantly"(I Thes. 5,17)?  Read more...

Why we fail to confront sexual abuse - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Why is it so difficult to speak up, and why do so many prefer to keep quiet?  Read more...

Why We're Here - Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

Man's Search for Meaning is one of the most widely read books of the last century. But nobody should be surprised.  Read more...

Will Many Be Saved? - Jeffrey A. Mirus

We've all experienced it; we've all been affected by it: The endemic lack of concern about evangelizing others so that they can be saved.    Read more...

Wise Words from the Bishop of Rome Concerning the Clergy Sex Abuse Scandal - Father Robert Barron

The Christmas statement that Benedict XVI made to his official entourage was of particular gravity, precisely because it represents one of his most thorough and insightful assessments of the clerical sex abuse scandal.   Read more...

Without God We are Nothing - Cardinal George Pell

My claims this afternoon are simple. It is more reasonable to believe in God than to reject the hypothesis of God by appealing to chance; more reasonable also to believe than to escape into agnosticism.  Read more...

Without the Church There Is No Salvation - PHILIP C. L. GRAY

Issue: What does the Catholic Church mean by the phrase, “Outside the Church there is no salvation”?  Read more...

Without the sacred, all hell breaks loose - Jordan B. Peterson

"God is dead,” proclaimed Nietzsche, shockingly, in 1882.   Read more...

Witnesses of the Resurrection - Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman

Why did not our Saviour show Himself after His resurrection to all the people?  Read more...

Witnessing Versus Arguing - Edward Mulholland

What I am doing, ideally, when I share my faith is not arguing about right or wrong.  What I am doing is witnessing to fulfillment.  Read more...

Wouldn’t there be more priests if they were allowed to marry? - Matthew Pinto

A married priesthood might increase the numbers in the short-run, but the real issue is, "Does God really want a married priesthood?"  Read more...

‘Gay Marriage,’ Libertarians, and Civil Rights - George Weigel

Untangling several confusions.  Read more...


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