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The Prayer of Love - Anthony Esolen

There is a prayer for which every moment of our existence is the right occasion. It is the prayer of praise, which is a prayer of love.   Read more...

The Priest Who Died Three Times - Louise Perrotta

In the Gulag, Fr. Walter Ciszek learned some simple truths.  Read more...

The prophetic witness of religious sisters - Father George Rutler

The cycle of decadence and renewal is part of the organic life of the Church and, while exacting a sad cost to souls, is also the engine of great hope.   Read more...

The Reagan Centenary - George Weigel

February 6 is the centenary of the birth of Ronald Wilson Reagan, one of the most intriguing public figures of our time.  Read more...

The Remarkable Rose Hawthorne - George Weigel

Rose Hawthorne saw in disfigured men and women suffering from horrible cancers what Aylmer could not see in the near-perfection of the beautiful Georgiana in Nathaniel Hawthorne's story: the face of Christ.  Read more...

The Resolution of Anger - David Warren

My task for the liturgical year just gone was "anger management," for about the thirteenth time.  Read more...

The Role of Human Sympathy in the Work of Social Justice Part I - Donald DeMarco

There was once a young man whose parents, in an attempt to improve the family's finances, purchased a large house that was to be used as a school for young ladies.  Read more...

The Sanctity of the Saint - Father George W. Rutler

Given the strengths and weaknesses of human nature, every day is a spiritual combat between our good intentions and our evil temptations.  Read more...

The Search For Meaning - Dan Doyle

Suffering comes into every life.†   Read more...

The Secret Life of Mother Teresa - David Scott

During her lifetime, Mother Teresa of Calcutta was an inspiration to millions. In the years following her death, more information has been uncovered about the Catholic nun's personal life and spirituality. David Scott is the author of A Revolution of Love: The Meaning of Mother TeresaRead more...

The Selfish Giant - Oscar Wilde

Every afternoon, as they were coming from school, the children used to go and play in the Giant's garden.  Read more...

The sin of anger, the sin of timidity - Father George Rutler

Timidity disguised as charity can do more harm than anger.  Read more...

The Spirit in Vietnam - Robert Royal

As World War II ended, Vietnam began to suffer the same types of persecution and martyrdoms that Communism brought to China and Korea. But at that very moment a spiritual story was unfolding that shows how grace operates even in the most terrible circumstances.  Read more...

The Spirit of Wilberforce - Charles Colson

Few men have changed history as profoundly as the English parliamentarian William Wilberforce.  Read more...

The stable is stronger than the slaughter - Father Raymond J. de Souza

If the Word of God has nothing to say about the killings in Newtown, then it has nothing to say, period.  Read more...

The Story of a Well-Lived Life - Robert P. George

Elizabeth Fox-Genovese was a scholar as notable for her bravery as for her brilliance.  Read more...

The Subway Hero - Charles Colson

On the day after New Yearís, as most of the world now knows, Wesley Autrey, a construction worker and a Navy veteran, was waiting for the train with his two daughters at the 137th Street Station in New York.  Read more...

The True Face of Sportsmanship - Father Raymond J. de Souza

In an age when role models are hard to find, Stan ĎThe Maní Musial offers inspiration to us all.  Read more...

The two Francises - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Six months on and it is now all-Francis, all-the-time — a blockbuster interview here, a summit of cardinal consultors there, and a star turn tomorrow when the Holy Father visits Assisi and the tomb of Saint Francis himself.  Read more...

The Unconventional Baroness - Benedict Rogers

With a price on her head in Azerbaijan and a prison sentence in Sudan, Baroness Caroline Cox is always in danger. Moving illegally across borders, to see firsthand "man's inhumanity to man," has become the life business of this extraordinary crusader for Christian rights.   Read more...

The Vatican and Westminster: June 7-8, 1982 - Paul Kengor

On Monday, June 7, 1982 Ronald Reagan was in Rome. He was there as part of a brief trip to Europe. It was a straightforward trip lacking many stops, but in its simplicity, it contained unparalleled steps in the rhetorical and symbolic war against the Soviet Union.  Read more...

The Vaticanís man in Canada - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Outgoing nuncio Luigi Ventura has revitalized the Catholic Church in Canada.  Read more...

The Very Model Of Lucidity - George Weigel

There is nothing like Debrett's Peerage in these United States. If there were, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., who died on the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Dec. 12, would surely have been in it.  Read more...

The Very Model Of Lucidity - George Weigel

There is nothing like Debrett's Peerage in these United States. If there were, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., who died on the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Dec. 12, would surely have been in it.  Read more...

The Virtue of Justice - Donald DeMarco

Sir Walter Scott has his bold hero, Arthur, speak like a saint or Father of the Church. Arthurís advice is timeless. We could use a novelist of the moral acumen of Sir Walter Scott in our own age.   Read more...


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