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Atheism has failed. Only religion can defeat the new barbarians - Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

The West is suffering for its loss of faith. Unless we rediscover religion, our civilization is in peril.  Read more...

Atheism, not religion, is the real force behind the mass murders of history - Dinesh D'Souza

In recent months, a spate of atheist books have argued that religion represents, as End of Faith author Sam Harris puts it, "the most potent source of human conflict, past and present."  Read more...

Atheist Delusions: Introduction - David Bentley Hart

With impressive erudition and polemical panache, David Hart smites hip and thigh the pedlars of a 'new atheism' that recycles hoary arguments from the past. His grim assessment of our cultural moment challenges the hope that 'the Christian revolution' could happen again." - Father Richard John Neuhaus  Read more...

Baseness, for the base - Anthony Esolen

A movement is now afoot across the nation to legalize the growing and smoking of cannabis — marijuana.  Read more...

Being true to the Holy Spirit - Rev. Raymond J. de Souza

Why has the Catholic Church — along with the Orthodox — uninterruptedly reserved priestly ordination to men alone, right from the beginning?  Read more...

Better off without religion? - Roger Scruton

What is meant by 'religion', and what kind of thing are 'we'?  Read more...

Blaming God First - Michael Novak

Truly, the continuing presence of evil in the world — perhaps most acutely when this evil is manifested in unconscious Nature, out of its own laws and processes — is a great scandal to loving, believing Christians.   Read more...

Bone-setting the Faith Needs the Wrap of Reason - Elizabeth Scalia

Recently my email yielded a straightforward De profundis from a young reader pleading for reassurances; he needed to know that embracing Catholicism did not require the shutting down of his intellect or the suspension of reason.   Read more...

C. S. Lewis on Asceticism & Holiness - David W. Fagerberg

Few words have suffered a worse fate than the word asceticismRead more...

C.S. Lewis Letters to Sheldon Vanauken - C.S. Lewis

These letters by C. S. Lewis were written to Sheldon Vanauken, who ultimately wrote the best-selling book A Severe Mercy. Mr. Vanauken asked Lewis for the right to use the letters in his booklet "Encounter with Light," and Lewis gave permission. Mr. Vanauken subsequently put the letters in the public domain.  Read more...

C.S. Lewis: The Problem of Pain - Jacek Bacz

The existence of suffering in a world created by a good and almighty God — "the problem of pain" — is a fundamental theological dilemma, and perhaps the most serious objection to the Christian religion.  Read more...

Call No Man Father: Understanding Matthew 23:9 - Philip Gray

Why do Catholics call priests “father,” when Jesus says “call no man your father on earth” (Mt. 23:9)?  Read more...

Can Beauty Save the World? - Donald DeMarco

St. Thomas Aquinas did not bequeath to the world extensive treatises on the topic of beauty.  Read more...

Can Outsiders Be Insiders? - Fr. Peter Stravinskas

What does the Catholic Church mean by its doctrine "Outside the Church There Is No Salvation"? Does this mean that non-Catholics can't be saved? What's the official Catholic teaching, past and present, about the Church's mission to evangelize non-Catholics and bring them into eternal life in Christ? A noted theologian answers these and other crucial questions.  Read more...

Can we be good without God? - J. Budziszewski

Now the question “Can we be good without God?” may be taken in two different ways. One way focuses on knowledge, the other on action; one takes the question as meaning “Can we ‘know’ what’s good without ‘knowing’ God?”, the other takes it as meaning “Can we ‘do’ what’s good without ‘following’ God?” Let’s consider both.   Read more...

Can We Be Saints? - Frank Duff

Frank Duff, founder of the Legion of Mary, wrote his first pamphlet Can We Be Saints? in 1916. In it he expresses his conviction that all without exception are called to be saints and that though the Catholic faith sainthood is possible for everyone.  Read more...

Can we be sure of anything? - Charles E. Rice

"We cannot be sure of anything!" "Are you sure of that?" "Of course I'm sure!"  Read more...

Can you be a Catholic and have a questioning mind? - Peter Berger

There has been no shortage of recent media stories bound to embarrass the Roman Catholic Church.   Read more...

Can You Prove God Exists? - Peter Kreeft

Before we answer this question, we must distinguish five questions that are often confused.  Read more...

Can You Prove That God Exists? - Peter Kreeft

Design proves a designer. And nature is full of design. Therefore there must be a Designer behind it all.  Read more...

Can You Trust Thomas Merton? - Anthony E. Clark

Thomas Merton (1915-1968), a Trappist monk, was one of the most well-known Catholic writers of the 20th century.  Read more...

Catholic 'Americanism' - George Weigel

On January 22, 1899, Pope Leo XIII addressed an encyclical letter to Cardinal James Gibbons of Baltimore and, through him, to the entire Catholic hierarchy of the United States.   Read more...

Catholicism and Fundamentalism — Food for the Mind - KARL KEATING

Keating's book provides an impressively researched and eminently readable defense of Catholicism against the critical attacks of fundamentalists.  Read more...

Catholicism and Fundamentalism — The Eucharist - KARL KEATING

After establishing the biblical basis of the early Church’s belief in the real presence Keating goes on to answer all the main objections of fundamentalists to the Holy Eucharist.  Read more...

Catholicism: Not Ideology - George J. Marlin

Someone recently accused me of being a "Catholic ideologue" in a political discussion. My opponent was dumbfounded when I told him his claim was an "oxymoron."   Read more...


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