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Knock, Knock: Who’s There? 2 Witnesses... - NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER

Recently, two Jehovah Witnesses rang Karl Keating's doorbell. Karl gave them plenty to think about.  Read more...

Knowing Mary Through the Bible: Mary's Last Words - Edward P. Sri

Mary’s command to the servants at Cana — "Do whatever he tells you" (Jn. 2:5) — represents her last recorded words in the Bible. And they serve as much more than an exhortation to obedience.  Read more...

Knowing Mary Through the Bible: New Wine, New Eve - Edward P. Sri

Mary in the Second Luminous Mystery.   Read more...

Knox Answers: If the Catholic Church is True, why all the Sinners? - Adam Bowers

In the hundred years 870-970 twenty-five Popes reigned, many of them violently done to death.  It was a period of unparalleled disorder, violence, depravity in all ranks of Church and State alike. How in the world can the Church's claims about itself be true in light of such a history?  Read more...

Lessons To Be Learned - Father Roger J. Landry

The funeral rites of Senator Edward Kennedy generated a lot of controversy.   Read more...

Leszek Kolakowski, 1927–2009 - George Weigel

Remembering the great philosophical pathologist.   Read more...

Letter One: The Trouble with Experience - Mary Eberstadt

A wickedly witty satire, The Loser Letters: A Comic Tale of Life, Death and Atheism chronicles the conversion of a young adult Christian to atheism. Amid the many current books arguing for or against religion, social critic, and writer Mary Eberstadt's The Loser Letters is truly unique: a black comedy about theism and atheism that is simultaneously a rollicking defense of Christianity.   Read more...

Literalischtick - Mark Shea

Bill Maher is on the loose with his new film ReligulousRead more...

Little Murders - The Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

Before I begin, I need to say what a friend of mine calls my "Litany to the IRS." Here it is. I'm not here to tell you how to vote.  Read more...

Long Before ‘Brainsoothing,’ God Created Serotonin - Donald DeMarco

Yet another apologia for atheism is enjoying media hype and broad public attention.   Read more...

Look Who's a Believer Now - Timothy Larsen

Have you ever heard the one about the Christian who started to study calculus and ended up losing his faith?  Read more...

Look Who's Irrational Now - Mollie Ziegler Hemingway

The New Atheist campaign, by discouraging religion, won't create a new group of intelligent, skeptical, enlightened beings. Far from it: It might actually encourage new levels of mass superstition. And that's not a conclusion to take on faith -- it's what the empirical data tell us.  Read more...

Love - PETER KREEFT

Without qualification, without ifs, ands, or buts, God's word tells us, straight as a left jab, that love is the greatest thing there is.  Read more...

Love is not tolerance - BISHOP FULTON J. SHEEN

Christian love bears evil, but it does not tolerate it.  Read more...

Love Sees with New Eyes - Peter Kreeft

There is a dimension of truth which most of us have tragically lost and need to recover, a dimension that cannot be put into words and sentences, though words and sentences can be used to suggest it.  Read more...

Loving Lent - Jennifer Graham

Catholic or not, a little deprivation goes a long way.  Read more...

Married Priests - Matthew Pinto

Why are priests not allowed to Marry?   Read more...

Mary and the Moslems - Fulton J. Sheen

Mary is for the Moslems the true Sayyida, or Lady. The only possible serious rival to her in their creed would be Fatima, the daughter of Mohammed himself. But after the death of Fatima, Mohammed wrote: "Thou shalt be the most blessed of all the women in Paradise, after Mary." In a variant of the text, Fatima is made to say: "I surpass all the women, except Mary."  Read more...

Mary, Holy Mother - Scott Hahn

There is probably nothing more disturbing to Protestants than the profound devotion which Catholics have for the Blessed Virgin Mary.   Read more...

Mere Spirituality - Donald DeMarco

“I believe in spirituality, not religion,” says TV’s Bill Maher, as he punctuates the “R” word with a sneer. He speaks for many. But mere spirituality, unprotected by a sound religion, will marry itself to whatever is in the neighborhood. And the first thing lurking in the neighborhood is usually the ego.   Read more...

Mere Theism: The Case for God - Mark Shea

Mark Shea says that belief in the existence of God is eminently reasonable.  Read more...

Miracles - Father Dwight Longnecker

Catholics are people who live quite easily with the possibility of miracles, while not being that impressed by them.  Read more...

Missing Mass for No Reason - Rev. William Saunders

I was visiting relatives over Easter, and sadly they do not attend Mass. I went to Mass, and reminded them that missing Mass was a mortal sin. They said, "Oh, that was in the old days. Missing Mass is no longer a mortal sin." What do you say? Please give me some ammunition.  Read more...

Mission Britannia. The Sun Shines in Glasgow - Sandro Magister

The journey of Benedict XVI begins in Scotland. The meeting with the queen. The Mass with the people. A celebration of faith in the kingdom of the incredulous. With a prologue on the scandal of pedophilia.  Read more...

Monasteries and Madrassas: Five Myths About Christianity, Islam, and the Middle Ages - H.W. Crocker III

Does Islam need a Reformation? Not unless you think it would benefit from additional dollops of Puritanism; further encouragement to smash altars, stained glass, and other forms of “idolatry”; prodding to ban riotous celebrations like Christmas and Easter; and support for fundamentalist Islamic schools that insist on sola Korana and sola Sunnah.  Read more...


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