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Day 2: Pope still extremely Catholic - Mollie Hemingway

I hope everyone is having a blast with Day 2 of Papalpalooza.   Read more...

Deflating the New York Times Condom Scoop - George Weigel

No, the pope did not change Catholic teaching on condoms.  Read more...

Distinctions with a difference - Mollie Hemingway

One of the more interesting stories regarding stem cell research is one that has been woefully under-reported.   Read more...

Ethics in Internet - Pontifical Council for Social Communications

The Internet can make an enormously valuable contribution to human life. It can foster prosperity and peace, intellectual and aesthetic growth, mutual understanding among peoples and nations on a global scale.  Read more...

Father Ratzinger of the Vatican - David Warren

In the spirit of the season, we need to resist the temptation to despise the media’s ill-informed narrative about popes and the Church.  Read more...

Fort Hood - David Warren

For a person with old-fashioned values, and an old-fashioned sense of English word meanings, the reports of the Fort Hood massacre were almost as provoking as what happened there.   Read more...

Four Myths About Pope Benedict XVI - Brian Saint-Paul

While some journalists have been quite fair in their reporting on the new pope, unfortunately, they stand as the exceptions. Mostly we've heard a string of inaccuracies and inanities. Here are the four most common myths about Pope Benedict XVI.  Read more...

From McLuhan to Artest - Daniel Henninger

By now, you've probably seen the tape of the fight between Ron Artest and the Detroit Pistons fans. Just kidding. You've seen it.  Read more...

Gay marriage: a case study in conformism - Brendan O'Neill

Anyone who values diversity of thought and tolerance of dissent should find the sweeping consensus on gay marriage terrifying.   Read more...

Hare, hunter, field — Castration for deviancy - George Conger

This New York Times story fails the test of good journalism. Professionally it is sloppy work. It is also offensive.   Read more...

Hate Crimes - David Sisler

Question: When is a hate crime not a hate crime? Answer: (a) when the crime is perpetrated against a Christian, (b) when the crime is committed against a heterosexual by a homosexual, (c) all of the above.  Read more...

Homosexual network at the Vatican, Yes; reason for the Pope's resignation, No - Phil Lawler

Is there a network of homosexual clerics working within the Vatican? Undoubtedly, Yes. Was the discovery of that network a major factor motivating Pope Benedict to resign? Undoubtedly, No.  Read more...

How the Media Twist the News - Sheila Gribben Liaugminas

Sheila Gribben Liaugminas, a 20-year veteran of a major national news magazine, tells you how to look out for media bias.   Read more...

In The Key of F - John Leo

The cry of censorship is a tiresome reaction to decisions like the one made by Wal-Mart. It's a form of pressure intended to coerce someone to remain part of the problem.  Read more...

Internet — A New Forum for Proclaiming the Gospel - Pope John Paul II

The Internet causes billions of images to appear on millions of computer monitors around the planet. From this galaxy of sight and sound, will the face of Christ emerge and the voice of Christ be heard? For it is only when his face is seen and his voice heard that the world will know the glad tidings of our redemption. This is the purpose of evangelization.   Read more...

Journalistic Malpractice in "Marriage is Dead" Report - Michael Medved

On Tuesday, January 16th, 2007, the American people awoke to startling and disturbing news: for the first time ever, the majority of women in the country were living without a husband.  Read more...

Journalists abandon standards to attack the Pope - Philip Lawler

We're off and running once again, with another completely phony story that purports to implicate Pope Benedict XVI in the protection of abusive priests.   Read more...

Just the facts: Articles on the present crisis of sex abuse and the Church -  

Following are links to articles relevant to sorting out the present crisis.   Read more...

Kansas City Star Survey Claims Priests More Likely to Have Aids: Report Not - ZENIT

According to a recent article by the Kansas City Star, Catholic priests are four times more likely to have AIDS than society at large.  Read more...

Lay Your Hammer Down - Edwin J. Feulner

What we're seeing in the marketplace of ideas today is a disturbing growth of incivility that follows and confirms the broken windows theory. Alas, this breakdown of civil norms is not a failing of either the political left or right exclusively. It spreads across the political spectrum from one end to the other.   Read more...

Let us not be Pontius Pilate and wash our hands - Paul Johnson

The events which led to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday ad 33 were essentially a conflict over freedom of speech.  Read more...

Let's talk - David Warren

Cultural differences are real, even within Islam, even across the Atlantic Ocean, and even on either side of the longest North American border. They are even discussed differently. But one way or another, they need to be discussed.  Read more...

Life: A 'Dangerous' Choice - Colleen Carroll Campbell

Super Bowl Sunday epitomizes everything radical feminists once loved to loathe: violent aggression celebrated as spectator sport, male-only competition that relegates women to scantily-clad supporting roles on the sidelines, and boorish commercials using women as high-paid props to sell men beer.   Read more...

Like a Virgin: The Press Take On Teenage Sex - William McGurn

The chain reaction was something out of central casting.   Read more...

LOL! Pope vs. Dan Brown - Terry Mattingly

Want to laugh until your head explodes?  Read more...


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