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Rooting Out the Vermin: Bishop Robert Barron's Letter to a Suffering Church

Rooting Out the Vermin: Bishop Robert Barron's Let…

Nathaniel Peters

In his new book, "Letter to a Suffering Church", Bishop Robert Barron provides a necessary mixture o...

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The consolations of fantasy

The consolations of fantasy

Nic Rowan

On "Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth" at The Morgan Library & Museum.

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Pro-life forces must fight for child-care subsidies, pre-K, adoption reforms

Pro-life forces must fight for child-care subsidie…

Charles C. Camosy

Alabama’s legislature has voted to ban nearly all abortions of pregnancy, with exceptions only when ...

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To his dying day, Tolkien was a daily communicant

To his dying day, Tolkien was a daily communicant

Father George W. Rutler

In recent weeks, long lines streamed into the Morgan Library to see a display of J.R.R. Tolkien's me...

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Care for the Common Good Requires Sexual Morality

Care for the Common Good Requires Sexual Morality

Anthony Esolen

Catholics who put themselves forward as advocates of social justice seem to behave as if the sexual ...

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Seeing Abortion

Seeing Abortion

Bishop Robert Barron

"Unplanned" doesn't so much argue as show.  "Abortion" becomes, accordingly, not an abstra...

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Forty Reasons I am a Catholic

Forty Reasons I am a Catholic

Peter Kreeft

My title explains itself. But it is misleading...

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In His humanity He did a human thing

In His humanity He did a human thing

Father George W. Rutler

The English priest John Colet was influenced by his friends Erasmus and Saint Thomas More. ...

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Awakening From Nihilism

Awakening From Nihilism

Michael Novak

Four Lessons from the 20th century.

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Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world

Christians are the most persecuted religious group…

Barbara Kay

It is estimated that about one-third of the globe's population suffers from religious persecution...

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