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Cosmic Justice - Dinesh D'Souza

If evolution cannot explain how humans became moral primates, what can?  Read more...

Cover Story - George Sim Johnston

Time and Newsweek put the Gospels to the test.  Read more...

Crossing the Tiber - Steven K. Ray

On Pentecost Sunday, May 22, 1994, Janet and I, along with our entire immediate family, were received into the Catholic Church. We have never looked back.  Read more...

Cults, Movements, World Religions - Mary Kochan

To many of us, the modern religious landscape appears increasingly confusing, even strange or frightening. No matter how strong in faith and regular in religious practice our families may be, we are not insulated from contact with a bewildering variety of religious expressions, a Babel of “prophetic” voices and a dizzying array of competing world views.  Read more...

Cults: The Threat is Real - Mary Kochan

Jeannie Mills seemed to have beaten the odds when she defected from Jim Jones' Peoples' Temple cult before the 1978 mass murder/suicides of 911 adults and children in Jonestown, Guyana. She had the chance to reflect upon her involvement in the group.  Read more...

Culture change in the Church - Father Raymond J. de Souza

There has been much advice given to the Catholic Church in regard to the sexual abuse scandals. There are, though, only two real options. The Church can become more Catholic, or less Catholic.  Read more...

Darkness at Noon: The Eclipse of the Permanent Things - Peter Kreeft

We all know what Christianity looks like when viewed from the standpoint of modernity. In this essay I shall try to turn the truth tables and see what modernity looks like when viewed from the standpoint of Christianity.  Read more...

Dawkins is wrong about God - Roger Scruton

Faced with the spectacle of the cruelties perpetrated in the name of faith, Voltaire famously declared organised religion to be the enemy of mankind. Richard Dawkins, whose TV series The Root of all Evil? concludes next Monday, is the most influential living example of this tradition.  Read more...

Decisions of Conscience - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, I am confused about something. If the Church teaches that we should follow our conscience, but then turns around and teaches us that we must obey Church teaching, then what is the difference? Who am I supposed to follow, the Church’s teaching or my own conscience? How will I know what is the right thing to do?  Read more...

Dialogue with Demas - Mark Shea

The teachings of the Faith are not optional, though many Catholics erroneously believe that one can dissent from particular teachings of the Church that one happens to find unsatisfactory or unpleasant and still remain a "faithful Catholic."  Read more...

Do Tummy Aches Disprove God? - Joe Carter

My tummy hurts. Ergo, there is no god.  Read more...

Do You Believe in Miracles? - Fr. Peter M.J. Stravinskas

The dictionary offers us the following description of a miracle: "A wonderful happening that is contrary to or independent of the known laws of nature."  Read more...

Do You Read the Bible Literally? - Tim Gray

Do you take the Bible "literally"? It is one of the great litmus tests of our day. The question is dangerously loaded. Answering "yes" or "no" puts you in an extreme position.  Read more...

Doctrine Matters - David G. Bonagura, Jr.

Critics never seem to tire of pitting the doctrines of the Catholic Church against her works of charity, as if the two were somehow mutually exclusive or even opposed.  Read more...

Does Being Catholic Make a Difference? - REV. RAY RYLAND

Does being Catholic make a difference in a person’s life? Does it make an eternal difference?  Read more...

Does Belief in the Afterlife Diminish Man? - Donald DeMarco

It is commonly asserted, especially among atheists, that belief in an afterlife cools one's enthusiasms for this life on earth.   Read more...

Does having a conscience make a doctor unprofessional? - Sean Murphy

A crusade was recently started in Ontario against a physician and two colleagues by crusaders who are arguing that in a 'secular' state health care system, physicians should be forbidden to act on their moral or religious beliefs.  Read more...

Does Prayer Work? - Mark Earley

The headlines seemed almost triumphal in tone. “Prayer Doesn’t Aid Recovery, Study Finds.” That was the Washington Post. “Long-Awaited Medical Study Questions the Power of Prayer.” That was the New York TimesRead more...

Does the Catholic Church Hate Women? - Christopher Kaczor

The Catholic Church is subjected to a great deal of suspicion, if not outright scorn, when it comes to its treatment of women. Does the Church treat women as "second class"?  Read more...

Don't Be Good - Father Dwight Longenecker

The problem with being good is that you think that’s good enough.   Read more...

Don't Duck the Real Question Raised by Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty - Janet E. Smith

The controversy over Duck Dynasty's patriarch Phil Robertson's interview in GQ may make some of us want to seek shelter from the hostile bombardment of those who would silence anyone who dares to speak of homosexual acts as sins.   Read more...

Don't Impose Your Morality on Me! - Edward P. Sri

When teaching about virtues and the moral life, I often think of a discussion I had with a college friend.   Read more...

Don't Just Keep the Faith, Spread It - Zenit

Father C.J. McCloskey shares evangelization tips.  Read more...

Dr. Peter Kreeft's conversion to Catholicism - Part 1 - Peter Kreeft

I was born into a loving and faithful family.   Read more...

Dr. Peter Kreeft's conversion to Catholicism - Part 2 - Peter Kreeft

But I'm a procrastinator and I kept saying, "One day, one day."  Read more...


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