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How to Read The Joy of the Gospel - Michael Pakaluk

Evangelii Gaudium points to a problem, gives a diagnosis of the problem, and offers a solution.  Read more...

How To Read Scripture Like Jesus And The Apostles - Steven Kellmeyer

We don't need to be ancient language scholars in order to read Scripture as Jesus and the apostles did; we need only a good translation and an ear for the four-fold sense.  Read more...

How to Read the Prophets - Tim Gray

When we think of prophets we immediately think of predictions about the future. Surely this is a part of the prophetic tradition in Scripture, as God reminds Ezekiel. However, there is much more to the meaning and message of the prophets than simply future predictions.  Read more...

How to Receive the Eucharist - Rev. Adrian J. Parcher, O.S.B.

Often in modern liturgy, the sense of reverence, of dignity, of awe, seems to have disappeared.  Read more...

How to strengthen our hope in God - Father John Hardon, S.J.

During my five years of teaching at a state university, I had some remarkable experiences and learned many things that would otherwise never have entered my life.   Read more...

Human Freedom - John F. Crosby

Any philosopher who takes man seriously as person is sure to affirm the freedom of persons. There are, of course, no lack of philosophers who deny freedom, but none of them ever makes a point of saying that human beings are persons. Personhood and freedom are inseparable. In his personalism, Pope John Paul II has much to say about freedom, just as we would expect.  Read more...

Humble Confidence - Rev. Jean C. J. d'Elbeé

You must believe in the love of Jesus for you. Love calls for love. How do you give Jesus love for love? Before all and above all, by your confidence in Him.  Read more...

Humility - Donald DeMarco

The humble person makes a realistic assessment of who he is and puts that unillusioned judgment into practice. He does not judge himself to be smaller or larger than he really is. In so doing he avoids despair as well as pride. Consequently, the humble person enjoys the freedom to be who he is.   Read more...

Humor - Donald DeMarco

Pope John Paul II is a living testament to the fact that holiness and humor are not mutually exclusive. There are sunny spots in the human heart which allow humor to be given and to be received. Good humor is sometimes the doctor's best medicine, and at other times, the Pope's best homily.  Read more...

I believe in the Holy Catholic Church - Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger

In Christ God has bound himself to men, has let himself be bound by them.   Read more...

I Vow to Thee, My Country - Father George W. Rutler

Providential symmetry sets the plaintive anniversary of September 11, 2001, on a Sunday, which is always a celebration of the Resurrection.   Read more...

I wish to disappear - Father George W. Rutler

This is true of all Christians.  Read more...

Imagining the best, imagining the worst - Father George W. Rutler

There is an intuition in the imaginative part of the human mind that enables us to say that something is "Hellish" or "Heavenly."  Read more...

In Defense of Feelings - Alice von Hildebrand

Anyone acquainted with the history of philosophy knows that many of the great thinkers have looked down upon feelings. Fleeting, unreliable, misleading, they're fraught with danger and must be kept carefully in check.  Read more...

In my end is my beginning - Father George W. Rutler

As autumnal days grow darker, the feast of Christ the King bursts like a flame, presaging the new year.   Read more...

In Praise of Cultural Catholicism - Robert Royal

As American culture and the West turn ever more anti-Christian, various strategies have arisen to deal with the threat.  Read more...

In the beginning - Father George W. Rutler

Human imagination cannot conceive the power and pressure that held all the essential elements of the universe together in a piece of matter about the size of a pinhead when the world began.   Read more...

In the Midst of History: Benedict's Second Volume - Father James V. Schall, S.J.

The English translation of Benedict XVI's second volume of Jesus of Nazareth is being published officially by Ignatius Press today. This volume covers the events of Christ's life from Palm Sunday to the Ascension.   Read more...

Indulgences - Fr. William Saunders

Please explain the meaning of indulgences, including partial indulgences. Many of my family and friends do not understand their purpose, what they really are in terms of remission of sins, their connection with purgatory, length of time involved, etc.   Read more...

Indulgences - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, Could you please explain what an “indulgence” is and how someone may obtain one?  Read more...

Innocence and Humility - Donald DeMarco

The distinguished Catholic convert, Msgr. Ronald Knox, said of G.K. Chesterton that his good friend possessed two virtues in particular, innocence and humility. Innocence and humility are liberating virtues.  Read more...

Inperson: Cardinal Edward Egan - John Drogin

You lived in Rome 23 years. What has it been like working so closely with Pope John Paul II, particularly when you worked on the new Code of Canon Law in the early 1980s?  Read more...

Inquisitive About the Inquisition - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Every now and then, I have heard people bring up the Inquisition and use it to slam against the Church. What are the facts about the Inquisition?  Read more...

Interiority of Human Persons - JOHN F. CROSBY

St. Augustine is famous for warning us not to lose ourselves in the world outside and for admonishing us to turn within, to enter into the “inner man.”  Read more...

Introduction - Brant Pitre

"This book will change you. It is an invitation to the Messiah's wedding feast — and a foretaste of heaven.  It will change the way you experience the sacraments, personal prayer, Scripture study, and marriage.  Most of all, it will deepen your love for Christ." - Scott Hahn  Read more...


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