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The 20th Century Ends - Paul Kengor

The story of the life and death of Pope John Paul II is hard to tell without running into some mystical language along the way.  Read more...

The baby from Auschwitz - Joe O'Connor

An SS officer in big black boots and a crisp uniform appeared before the barracks in Auschwitz with a loudspeaker in hand.   Read more...

The Battle of Unsan - Roy Wenzl & Travis Heying

November 1 is All Saints' Day on the Catholic Church calendar. On that day in North Korea in 1950, U.S. Army chaplain Father Emil Kapaun celebrated four Masses for soldiers in the Third Battalion of the Eighth Cavalry Regiment and went to bed early in his pup tent south of the village of Unsan.†   Read more...

The Beatification of John Paul II - George Weigel

What the Church is lifting up as a model in John Paul is a life of radical Christian discipleship.  Read more...

The Beginnings of Ministry - Archbishop Mieczysław Mokrzycki & Brygida Grysiak

Archbishop Mieczyslaw Mokrzycki, John Paul IIís personal secretary, reveals details of the private life and papacy of John Paul II. The book He liked Tuesdays best, a best seller in Poland, and is now available in English.   Read more...

The Captain and the King - Peggy Noonan

What a relief to see it. At a 4:45 p.m. showing at an uptown Manhattan theatre on Wednesday, they burst into applause, and some, you could tell, wanted to cheer.  Read more...

The Cardinal Down Under - George Weigel

Australia and the entire world Church, owe George Pell a large debt of gratitude.   Read more...

The Catholic Church's best-kept secret - Damian Thompson

Earlier this year I paid several visits to a hospital in the Home Counties to see someone very close to me. Then an angel arrived at the bedside.   Read more...

The Cleric Behind 'Les Mis' - Doris Donnelly

Fans of "Les Misérables" on film or stage may be surprised to know that not everyone in France was of good cheer when Victor Hugo published the book in 1862.   Read more...

The Conservative Convert - Eric Scheske

Terse Kirk. Thatís one way to describe Russell Kirk, the literary critic and father of modern conservatism. He was the author of over thirty books and hundreds of articles, the founder of two quarterlies, and a busy speaker. But he was laconic when it came to his religion.  Read more...

The Day the Pope was Shot - Bishop Stanislaw Dziwisz

At the Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, the personal secretary to Pope John Paul II gave this unprecedented first-person account May 13 of the day the Holy Father was shot.  Read more...

The Death of Scotland's Queen - John Lingard

Her step was firm, and her countenance cheerful.  Read more...

The Economics of Splitting Wood by Hand - John A. Cuddeback

Hilaire Belloc once wrote that he never burned anything but oak in the huge fireplace of his ancient home in West Sussex.   Read more...

The Faith of Frank McCourt - Peter Duffy

Frank McCourt, who died July 19th at age 78, was the most Catholic of authors.  Read more...

The Faith, Hope, and Love of Reid Buckley - Kathleen Parker

One of the West's fiercest gladiators, and one of Godís most joyful servants.   Read more...

The final days of a most remarkable German woman - Charles Lewis

I have written about Sophie Scholl before because I am in awe of her.   Read more...

The football gods have spoken - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Perhaps there are football gods after all.   Read more...

The Fragile Dew-Drop - Donald DeMarco

A pianist, an actress, and an athlete, all pre-eminent in their respective fields, survived the threat of abortion and brought to the world stage superlative images of beauty, grace, and strength.   Read more...

The Great Convivium - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Now it is no longer for Fr. Neuhaus to do for us, but our turn to do for him.   Read more...

The hand of hope - Donald DeMarco

After viewing the picture, which has been celebrated as the "Hand of Hope," Samuel's mother wept for days.   Read more...

The Happy Prince - Oscar Wilde

High above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of the Happy Prince. He was gilded all over with thin leaves of fine gold, for eyes he had two bright sapphires, and a large red ruby glowed on his sword hilt.  Read more...

The Holy Eucharist in the Life of Bl. Teresa of Calcutta - Fr. Sebastian Vazhakala, M.C.

Fr. Vazhakala describes the place of the Holy Eucharist in the life of Bl. Teresa. He analyses the Mass into three parts, the purgative, illuminative, and unitive ways, and relates the communications she received from the Eucharistic Jesus, which led her to found the Missionaries of Charity.  Read more...

The Iron Lady I Knew Was Bendable - Michael Novak

One evening during the end of Lady Thatcher's long run as Prime Minister, my wife Karen and I had dinner with her and Dennis at the mountain condo of mutual friends in Vail, Colorado.   Read more...

The Lesson of Calcutta - Father Robert Barron

There is a lesson that Calcutta burned deeply into my soul.   Read more...

the Letter - Brian Doyle

He rose before six that morning, same as usual, and donned his sweatshirt and went for a jog — three miles now, in a slight concession to age, rather than four.  Read more...


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