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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.  Email This Article

In a Time of War - First Things (The Editors)

Bernard Lewis of Princeton, one of the most astute students of Islam, has long been urging us to understand that, when Muslims speak of the West, they mean the Christian West. They mean Christendom. Many in the West want to believe that ours is a secularized culture, but Lewis reminds us that most Muslims view secularization itself as a form of specifically Christian decadence. More and more, as this war continues, we may come to recognize that we are, however ambiguously, who they think we are, namely, the Christian West.   Email This Article

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.  Email This Article

Indulgences - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, Could you please explain what an “indulgence” is and how someone may obtain one?  Email This Article

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.  Email This Article

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?  Email This Article

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.”  Email This Article

Introduction: The Lost World of Moral Common Sense - J. Budziszewski

We are passing through an eerie phase of history in which the things that everyone really knows are treated as unheard of, a time in which the elements of common decency are themselves attacked as indecent. But J. Budziszewski sets out to explore the lost world of common moral truths — what we all really know about right and wrong. His bracing account shows us how to address the uncertain, the disoriented, and the self-deceived among our neighbors in a way which may bring them back to moral sanity.  Email This Article

Is It Arrogant to Say Christ Is the Only Savior? Asks Cardinal Ratzinger - Zenit

Is it pretentious for Christians to proclaim Christ as the only Savior of mankind? Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger posed that question Saturday, and in his response clarified the very meaning of the Christian mission.   Email This Article

Islam - Fr. John Hardon, S.J.

Out of print for years, this concise introduction to the religion of Islam for Christians is a classic of Father Hardon scholarship.   Email This Article

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