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Lessons From Another ‘Long War’ - Peggy Noonan

The British stood their ground when they were under terror siege.  Read more...

Lessons of a Pontiff's Twilight - George Weigel

Five days before he left Poland for the conclave that was to elect him pope, Cardinal Karol Wojtyla attended a party celebrating the 20th anniversary of his consecration as a bishop.  Read more...

Life and Faith in Hell's Kitchen - William McGowan

An alternative in a city where 41% of pregnancies end in abortion.  Read more...

Light in a New Dark Age: Pope Benedict XVI - The Man and the Mission - George Weigel

Benedict XVI: The name is the program, and the name is the man.   Read more...

Like Ripples on a Pond: On the Life of a Much Loved Friend - Iain T. Benson

To recall Richard now is to smile and realize that in a real way he is not gone and that what was within him is blazing, undiminished and unquenchable.  Read more...

Look at St. Francis to understand Pope Francis - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Those who are eager to understand who Pope Francis is, and what he might do, would be wise to look at the saint whose name he took, Francis of Assisi.  Read more...

Lourdes and the Modern World - George Weigel

One hundred fifty years ago, on Feb. 11, 1858, an illiterate, impoverished 14-year-old girl received the first of 18 visions of Mary, who eventually revealed herself to Bernadette Soubirous as "the Immaculate Conception."  Read more...

Love Among the Ruins - Matt Labash

Caring for orphans, ransoming hostages, burying the dead—it’s all in a day’s work for Father Rick Frechette.  Read more...

Love and the Kick Save - Donald DeMarco

Goalies are supposed to make saves: pad saves, stick saves, skate saves, and kick saves. It was the latter type, however — his very first, and one that took place away from the hockey rink and the roaring crowd — that was by far his most important, for it saved not merely a goal, but two lives.  Read more...

Magdi Allam rejected Islam and atheism - Michael Coren

The remarkable Indian Christian philosopher Ravi Zacharias tells a compelling story of his encounter with a white, liberal American academic who had embraced Buddhism.   Read more...

Making a Difficult Choice - Theresa A. Thomas

In April 2005, I was diagnosed with cancer. It was just two weeks after the birth of my ninth baby, and days after my youngest brother's death in a car accident.   Read more...

Making Room at the Inn - Jennifer Roback Morse

The self-sufficient, autonomous individual is at the heart of America's economic and political institutions. But some people are legitimately dependent on others.  Read more...

Making the Church matter in Quebec - Rev. Raymond J. de Souza

Last week Cardinal Marc Ouellet, Archbishop of Quebec City, made front-page news across the country with his open letter asking forgiveness for the sins of the past.   Read more...

Mama Said - Mike Aquilina

Mama said there'd be days like this.  Read more...

Manners and Holiness - Tom Howard

My wife and I have a friend, a lady — and “lady” is the right word here — who is what earlier centuries, especially in England, would have called “high-born.”  Read more...

Marie Collins Goes First - Chiesa

For the first time at an official assembly of the Catholic Church, a victim of the scandal has spoken, Marie Collins of Ireland, sexually abused by a priest when she was thirteen years old.   Read more...

Married to a Kennedy, but dedicated to God - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Sargent Shriver personified that disappearing breed: the principled Catholic man of the left.   Read more...

Marshall McLuhan and the divine message - Father Raymond J. de Souza

He was a devout convert to Catholicism. And religious thinking is essential to understanding his entire work.  Read more...

Maurice Baring: Faith and Culture - Joseph Pearce

When Sir James Gunn exhibited his famous painting, “The Conversation Piece,” depicting G.K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, and Maurice Baring assembled round a table, Chesterton, with characteristic humor, labeled the three figures, “Baring, over-bearing, and past-bearing.”  Read more...

Maurice Noël Léon Couve de Murville - Rev. George W. Rutler

It seemed that wherever he went, he would have been more at ease somewhere else.   Read more...

May We Not Lose His Kind - Peggy Noonan

William F. Buckley Jr. was a national treasure whose energy was a kind of optimism.  Read more...

Meditation on Christmas Eve - Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (Pope John XXIII)

This was written on Christmas Eve, 1902 by a young Italian named Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli who was studying for the priesthood in Rome.   Read more...

Meeting Peggy Noonan - Anne Morse

It is the beginning of the week America buried Ronald Reagan. Peggy Noonan is in Washington to attend his funeral, to visit with old friends and colleagues, to wander among the notable and the unknown.  Read more...

Memories of a Catholic Boyhood - Kenneth L. Woodward

We were surrounded by a membrane, not a wall, one that absorbed as much as it left out. It was, in other words, the means by which we became American as well as Catholic.  Read more...

Midnight Clear - Brad Miner

Across the street from St. George’s, the ragged man was thinking: It’s a cold one! I should go in. But the shelter bathrooms are busted, ‘cause they broke in and stole all the copper, and I reek. No fine ladies with boxes of food on 38th . . . not on Christmas Eve on a Friday! Hungry, God! Better walk all night.  Read more...


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