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A Sage in Christendom - Fouad Ajami

Bernard Lewis came to the New World in the nick of time.  Read more...

A Vision of Hope - The Columbia Staff

In his New York Times best selling A Civilization of Love: What Every Catholic Can Do to Transform the World Supreme Knight of Columbus Carl A. Anderson explores the practical things Catholics must do to bring their faith to bear on the challenges of the 21st century.   Read more...

A World Split Apart - ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN

The 1970 Nobel prize winner in literature, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, delivered this address at the Harvard Commencement in 1978.  Read more...

Abraham Lincoln - Donald DeMarco

Lincoln's greatness as a political leader lay in the fact that not only did he recognize that freedom cannot flower except in the soil of truth, but that he had enough virtue -- his love for truth -- to stand by his convictions in the full face of political opposition.  Read more...

Addiction or Sinful Habit? - Benjamin Wiker

Is gambling an addiction or a sinful habit? What about pornography? Overeating? Drinking? Shopping? Checking email? Texting? Watching television? Playing video games? Working? They’ve all been called addictions. Is that really what they are?  Read more...

After the Tragedy at Columbine High - Archbishop Charles Chaput

Archbishop Charles Chaput appeared before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation during a hearing on "Marketing Violence to Children" on May 4, 1999, following the April 20 tragedy at Columbine High School in Littleton, CO. His testimony follows.  Read more...

Against Eternal Youth - Frederica Mathewes-Green

I’m a fan of old movies, the black-and-whites from the 1930s and 1940s, in part because of what they reveal about how American culture has changed. The adults in these films carry themselves differently.  Read more...

All Hallow's Eve - Mary Reed Newland

One of the nicest surprises of living around the year with the Church is to find that Halloween is part of it.  Read more...

Almost Heaven - Peggy Noonan

It's summer, the country's traveling, and the great pleasure to be had from leaving home is meeting and falling in love with a place you've never been to.  Read more...

America is Splitting Apart - RABBI DANIEL LAPIN

Two powerful ideas are competing for the soul of America and we must not remain oblivious to this, our biggest national problem. We are two nations separated by incompatible moral visions.  Read more...

Among the Unbelievers - Daniel J. Mahoney

It has long been assumed that Western society in the modern age — with the rise of science and the broad intellectual legacy of the Enlightenment — must become increasingly secular.   Read more...

An alteration of course? - David Warren

My sense of things, when Pope Benedict resigned, is my sense now: that we have rounded the cape, that we are in a new ocean.  Read more...

An echoing silence in his wake - Peter Kavanagh

The death of Neil Postman this week, at age 72, brings a certain quiet into public discourse. A literate critic, a conscientious objector, a naysayer to unbridled development is silent. As well, a great teacher, a wonderfully clear writer and a very nice and at times self-mocking man is dead.  Read more...

An Interview with Alexander Solzhenitsyn - Alexander Solzhenitsyn

In the course of his research for "Solzhenitsyn: A Soul in Exile" Joseph Pearce traveled to Moscow to interview the Nobel Prize winning author. We are pleased to be able to publish this interview in an abridged form.  Read more...

An invitation to Evangelical Catholicism and Deep Catholic Reform - George Weigel

"A rare book that can transform culture and communities from the inside out." - Carl A. Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus  Read more...

Archbishop Charles Chaput, on the Tragedy in Newtown, CT - Hugh Hewitt

You were in Denver when Columbine happened as the shepherd of the Archdiocese of Denver. So I don't know if you are reliving that nightmare now. But what are you reactions to the tragedy in Newtown, CT?  Read more...

Archbishop Gomez analyzes future of Hispanics in US Catholic Church - Catholic News Agency

As he prepares to lead the largest archdiocese in the United States, Archbishop Jose Gomez, spoke with CNA in an exclusive interview addressing the role of Hispanics in the U.S. Catholic Church.  Read more...

Architects of the Culture of Death: Introduction - Donald De Marco & Benjamin Wiker

Every building has an architect, someone who conceives the image of the edifice before it is built.  Read more...

Are "Values" the Same as Virtues? - IAIN T. BENSON

In our local paper recently, a church leader pointed out that the reason some young families are returning to church is that "they want some help in fostering values for their children."  Read more...

Are the handshake and cheek-peck on their way out? - Paul Johnson

Handshaking was not quotidian until modern times, and it usually had a definite significance, such as the sealing of a business agreement or bargain. It was a metaphor.  Read more...

Awakening from a secular slumber - Father Raymond J. de Souza

“Awakenings” was the title of the editorial in The Times on Friday. These particular awakenings are the stirrings of faith in public life, which the somnolent secularists on The Times’s editorial board announced were “returning to the centre of public debate.”  Read more...

Babies - G.K. Chesterton

The two facts which attract almost every normal person to children are, first, that they are very serious, and secondly, that they are in consequence very happy. . . The most unfathomable schools and sages have never attained to the gravity which dwells in the eyes of a baby of three months old.  Read more...

Bedlam Revisited - Jonathan Kellerman

Why the Virginia Tech shooter was not committed.  Read more...

Being Human in an Age of Unbelief - Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F. M. Cap.

Philadelphia's new archbishop speaks at the University of Pennsylvania and lays out a comprehensive moral vision for our time.  Read more...

Benedict argues for an open horizon - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Work, study, marriage, sexuality, politics, commerce, art – all need a more open horizon.   Read more...


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