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Introduction: The Power of Truth

Introduction: The Power of Truth

Gerhard Cardinal Muller

"Focusing on eleven urgent issues in the life of the Church today, Cardinal Müller has written the b...

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Rome's Shame in China

Rome's Shame in China

Robert Royal

"Observers have described religious persecution in China over the last year to be of an intensity no...

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The Jews Are a Sign

The Jews Are a Sign

Casey Chalk

The Jewish people and their faith are more than a historical curiosity — they are one sign of the cr...

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Loving with All Our Being

Loving with All Our Being

Caryll Houselander

Our human relationships with one another are a giving of Christ to one another, and a receiving of C...

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Preserved by Mercy, Mary, and the Martyrs

Preserved by Mercy, Mary, and the Martyrs

Pope John Paul II

In the heroic testimony of [Saint Maria Goretti], her forgiveness of the man who killed her and her ...

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The Isenheim Altarpiece

The Isenheim Altarpiece

Father George W. Rutler

I knew an elderly Scotswoman who read the Bible each night by the light of a candle.

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Introduction: The Reason for the Seasons

Introduction: The Reason for the Seasons

Rev. James V. Schall. S.J.

Over the years, I have written a number of relatively short essays on various Church feasts.

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The Unbegun Life

The Unbegun Life

Dale Ahlquist

A long time ago, even before the Dark Ages — we're talking about the 1970's, the Stoned Age — when I...

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Sir Roger, Good and Faithful

Sir Roger, Good and Faithful

Casey Chalk

The Catholic Church lost a great ally on January 12 when conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scr...

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The true intellectual has today become a dissident

The true intellectual has today become a dissident

Roger Scruton

I travelled from Poland, already inwardly frozen by the eerie chill of Communism — and Communist Pra...

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