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Periclean oration and its opposite

Periclean oration and its opposite

Father George Rutler

Lost is classical reserve, and, in the Church, there is a fatal weakness for inflated rhetoric...

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To Whom Shall We Go?

To Whom Shall We Go?

Father Tadeusz Dajczer

Even the important matter of winning souls for you is contaminated. 

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From the Heart of a Young Father

From the Heart of a Young Father

Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

Every once in a while a letter comes in that's worth sharing with a wider audience.

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Roe v. Wade Derangement Syndrome

Roe v. Wade Derangement Syndrome

George Weigel

The defense of the indefensible often leads to a kind of derangement in otherwise rational people...

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The Power of Silence in Prayer

The Power of Silence in Prayer

Stephen Walters

Cardinal Robert Sarah has some extremely powerful insights into the value of silence as it relates t...

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Memory, Sex, and the Making of 'the New Man'

Memory, Sex, and the Making of 'the New Man'

Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

At the Catholic Men's Fellowship Conference, Archbishop Charles Chaput challenged more than 1,300 me...

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Taking the Lord seriously

Taking the Lord seriously

Father George Rutler

The Lord's confrontation in every age is a direct one against "the Devil and all his pomps."

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Family Meetings: Ones That Worked — and One That Didn't

Family Meetings: Ones That Worked — and One That D…

Thomas Lickona

How to make yours go well — and mistakes to avoid.

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How to Have a Good Family Meeting: 10 Steps

How to Have a Good Family Meeting: 10 Steps

Thomas Lickona

Family meetings can solve conflicts. Here's how to do them.

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Dinosaurs on the Move

Dinosaurs on the Move

David Warren

We have all seen the latest Gallup poll. . . .

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How to raise kind kids — and make family life happier

How to raise kind kids — and make family life happ…

Andrew Mullins

A must-read new book for parents on character formation.

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Jordan Peterson on Adam and Eve

Jordan Peterson on Adam and Eve

Christopher Kaczor

In his biblical interpretation, Jordan Peterson re-presents in powerful and fresh ways the stories t...

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Sigrid Undset’s "Ida Elisabeth": The Moral Nobility of a Loving Woman

Sigrid Undset’s "Ida Elisabeth": The Mor…

Mitchell Kalpakgian

"Ida Elisabeth" is a novel about a self-sacrificing woman whose life of heroic suffering for the sak...

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Into Uncharted Waters

Into Uncharted Waters

Anthony Esolen

"Your own countrymen have disowned you, Don Fermão," said the young King Charles of Spain, the most ...

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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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Caravaggio the "theologian"

Caravaggio the "theologian"

Father John Gribowich

The intimate relationship that an artist has with their work can at times seem disconnected.

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Crepuscule

Crepuscule

Father George Rutler

A difficult time of day for artists to depict is what in French is called crepuscule: the tenuo...

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Learning from the White Rose

Learning from the White Rose

George Weigel

Seventy-five years ago last February, Sophie and Hans Scholl and their friend Christian Probst were ...

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