The word "catechesis" comes from the Greek word "to teach."
Recovering the discipline of good Catholic moral reasoning is urgent, Philadelphia shepherd says.
Most people today "absolutely" maintain that they do not hold or live by "absolutes."
Reasoning has acquired a sketchy, even negative, reputation in recent years.
The slogan may be appealing, but it is meaningless and deceptive.
"The One-Minute Aquinas" is for anyone who has ever despaired of comprehending the most brilliant theologian who ever lived." - Peter Kreeft
Recently, the word "sacred" was in the news.
To "refute" and to "reform" have different meanings.
Most men, observed Thoreau, live lives of quiet desperation; or perhaps one should say, once lived lives of quiet desperation.
Sir Roger Scruton delivered the following address at the Acton Institute's "Crisis of Liberty in the West" conference in London on December 1, 2016. The text has been mildly edited. A video of the full conference is available online here. – Ed.