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G.K. Chesterton and Malcolm Muggeridge: A balance of opposites - Karl Schmude

Curiously, if I can risk a paradox so early in discussing Chesterton and Muggeridge – for both of them had a love of paradox – it is in the similarities between these two men that we find the differences.   Read more...

G.K. Chesterton: Champion of Orthodoxy - Joseph Pearce

Chesterton's reputation as one of the key figures in Christian literature during the 20th century is linked inextricably with the concept of "orthodoxy."   Read more...

God is a sports fan - Father Raymond J. de Souza

God made man who plays and watches sports.  God is watching too, and sees that it is good.   Read more...

God's Instrument - Charles Colson

Most of us know the story of the first Thanksgiving -- at least, we know the Pilgrim version. But how many of us know the Indian viewpoint?  Read more...

God, the Hound of Heaven - David Scott

‘Everything comes from love,’ St. Catherine of Siena reminds us. This is the great paradox of our Father’s love. In a world filled with evil and innocent suffering, how can we believe in God’s love? These questions gnawed away at Eugene O’Neill. ‘His whole life’ was consumed with ‘the problem of evil and God’s permissive will,’ Dorothy Day said.  Read more...

God’s Secret Agent: Interview with Sue Thomas - Barbara Nicolosi

At the age of eighteen months, Sue Thomas was watching television with her family when she suddenly went deaf. After years of extensive therapy, she learned to speak and mastered the skill of lip-reading. Through a series of providential events, Sue ended up working at FBI headquarters in Washington, DC where she became involved in undercover surveillance using her ability to read lips.  Read more...

Golden Bear stays out of Tiger den - Rex Murphy

Tiger Woods may be the better golfer, but Jack Nicklaus is surely the better man.  Read more...

Good Sportsmanship - Donald DeMarco

We are all aware of the fact that media images and reality do not always coincide. In fact, the image that the media presents to us can be the polar opposite of the reality it replaces.  Read more...

Graham Greene: Doubter Par Excellence - Joseph Pearce

It was both apt and prophetic that Greene should have taken the name of St. Thomas the Doubter at his reception into the Church in February 1926. He doubted others; he doubted himself; he doubted God. Ironically, it was this very doubt that so often provided the creative force for his fiction.  Read more...

Hauled Aboard the Ark - Peter Kreeft

I was born into a loving, believing community, a Protestant "mother church" (the Reformed Church) which, though it had not for me the fullness of the faith, had strong and genuine piety.  Read more...

Hauled Aboard the Ark – The Spiritual Journey of Peter Kreeft - Peter Kreeft

I was born into a loving, believing community, a Protestant "mother church" (the Reformed Church) which, though it had not for me the fullness of the faith, had strong and genuine piety.   Read more...

Haunted House - Mark Gauvreau Judge

This Halloween, when I go trick-or-treating with my nephews, I'm dressing as an 18th-century Russian-born priest. Halloween is supposed to be about what's scary, and what Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin encountered - called by the Baltimore Catholic Review the "truest ghost story ever told" - sounds scary enough.  Read more...

He Could No Longer Explain Why He Wasn’t Catholic - Tim Drake

Until a few weeks ago, Francis Beckwith was president of the Evangelical Theological Society, an association of 4,300 Protestant theologians. Now he has returned to the Church of his baptism.  Read more...

He Had the Power of the Happy Man - Peggy Noonan

When word came of his death, I was literally planning the particulars of a trip to Washington for the inaugural conference of Pepperdine University's Jack F. Kemp Institute for Political Economy.  Read more...

He is not here - Father George William Rutler

The past year has not been abundant with fortune for the world or our nation—which made it precisely a time when one ached for commentary from Richard John Neuhaus.   Read more...

He Taught Us Who We Are - Janet E. Smith

In his letter marking the close of the Jubilee year, Pope John Paul II wrote, “I have often stopped to look at the long queues of pilgrims waiting patiently to go through the Holy Door. In each of them I tried to imagine the story of a life, made up of joys, worries, sufferings; the story of someone whom Christ had met and who in dialogue with Him, was setting out again on a journey of hope.”  Read more...

Heeding the call - Charles Lewis

The founder of L'Arche has spent nearly a lifetime championing the severely disabled.  Read more...

Henry J. Hyde, R.I.P. - George Weigel

Shortly before Thanksgiving, 1986, Henry Hyde's prostate started acting up, so he spent the holiday in Georgetown University Hospital.  Read more...

History in the Hall - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Benedict arrives at the spot where Catholic worship was once a beheading offence.   Read more...

Hitch Lives - Austin Ruse

I love Hitchens and I know I am not alone among orthodox Catholics.  Read more...

Honouring the preacher King - Father Raymond J. de Souza

By ignoring his religious background and motivation, the Martin Luther King Monument neglects the true measure of this great man.  Read more...

Hope in the Ruins of Haiti - Colleen Carroll Campbell

America is rushing to rescue Haiti from collapse. But Haiti is rescuing America, too.   Read more...

How Benedict XVI Will Make History - George Weigel

According to a title first used by Gregory the Great (590–604), the Bishop of Rome is the "Servant of the Servants of God."  Read more...

How Dagger John Saved New York's Irish - William J. Stern

We are not the first generation puzzled by what to do about the underclass. A hundred years ago and more, Manhattan’s tens of thousands of Irish seemed a lost community, mired in poverty and ignorance, destroying themselves through drink, idleness, violence, criminality, and illegitimacy.   Read more...

How I woke up from spiritual slumber and inched at a snail’s pace to Rome - Conrad Black

Former media mogul Conrad Black was an agnostic until his 20s, but, after trips to Rome, Lourdes and Fatima, found he could not shut out a sense of God.   Read more...


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