From Thames to Tiber
In Roads to Rome: A Guide to Notable Converts you'll find the largest collection of notable British and Irish converts ever published.
An Answer to the Muslims
St. John of Damascus's defense of the Trinity and Jesus Christ's divinity may be understood as an answer to all Muslim attacks on Christianity.
Islam & Democracy Compatible?
Tocqueville considered religion necessary to democratic societies, and he evaluated particular religions, including Islam, in light of this.
Those Hurtful Ads!
Those NOR ads are presumably supposed to be satirical, but they're actually insensitive, judgmental, mean-spirited and hurtful....
Through the ages, great ideas have frequently found their expression in great works of literature, both fiction and nonfiction.
Muslims often claim that Islam is a misunderstood religion. This is partially true, insofar as many people do not understand the nature of Islam or what it teaches.
Biotechnology & Posthumanism
Technology may finally make us so unhappy we will begin to effectively criticize its consequences with the whole human good in mind.
The Trendy Atheists
Richard Dawkins and his ilk view Catholics as deluded faith-heads whose minds have been taken over by irrational superstitions.
Despite any attempts at reading the tea leaves of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s past life, it's far from clear how he is going to handle becoming Pope Francis.
Same-sex marriage was the invention of the Emperor Nero, who had at least three such nuptials, one in which he played the bride.
The Problem of Evil
The Church is clear-eyed about the devil's existence and demands that we neither minimize nor exaggerate the danger he presents to our salvation.
New Age & Gnosticism
There's far more to this movement than the self-indulgent silliness of astrology, crystals, weird workshops, and the accompanying psychobabble.
Catholic Social Teaching
The same papal statements that criticize socialism also criticize capitalism, and for the same basic reason.
NC Reporter lashes EWTN's 'World Over' as 'hateful'
Says Raymond Arroyo regularly criticizes Pope Francis
Burke to Francis: We hand-delivered dubia letter
Pope tells Reuters he only heard about it 'in the news'
Man pleads guilty of raping and killing nuns
Death penalty opposed by women's religious community
Pope calls for Christian unity in Protestant heartland
Addresses leaders at HQ for World Council of Churches
China puts restrictions on bishop's funeral
Photographs banned and mourners limited
Rod Dreher:Everyone knew about McCarrick's abuse
He had habit of inviting seminarians for sleepovers
How did Cardinal McCarrick’s secret last so long?
Vatican cautioned against DC appointment back in 2000
Retired DC cardinal ousted after allegations
McCarrick also accused three times of sexual misconduct
Cardinal: women priests 'too profound a change'
Shonborn says female deacons are a possibility
LA archbishop welcomes Trump immigration order
Calls on Congress to act on immigration reform
Church leaders rally Filipinos to condemn killings
Catholic dioceses marked 'Day of Reparation'
Teen charged with church arson in Minnesota
Torched interior of Catholic church when he was 13
California assisted suicide law reinstated
Terminally ill patients free to end their lives
US bishops condemn detention of migrant children
Urge Trump to stop separating them from parents
Nicaraguan bishops broker truce to end crisis
Ceasefire agreed after weeks of deadly violence
Young people divided on sexuality and gender
First major Vatican document to use the term 'LGBT'
Conservative groups back call to stop censorship
Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube targeted
Pope urged to meet same-sex parents after comments
Francis says 'only heterosexual couples’ can form a family
Critics plan rival conference to families meeting
Parallel meeting in Dublin to feature Burke, Weinandy
Magister: Something 'doesn't add up' in Chile crisis
Barros removed as bishop, previously supported by Pope
Ted Cruz: End family separation for immigrants
Introduces emergency legislation for expedited processing
Catholic vision of just immigration reform
Not enough to call for an end to family separation
Facebook suspends pro-family critic of LGBT video
Speaker urges children to 'aspire to be a gay icon'
Studies: fewer dicsipline issues in Catholic schools
Students less likely to be disruptive than public peers
More than one quarter of kids have absentee fathers
Rising incarceration rates and declining marriage to blame
Pope: Exploiting women is grave sin against God
Laments how so many females are used and cast aside
Bishop: priests still bound by seal of confessional
New Australian law requires confessors to report abuse
Pope Francis: equates abortion with Nazi eugenics
Deplores rejection of unborn children with disabilities
All Irish hospitals required to perform abortions
PM clarifies this will include Catholic-run hospitals
Canadian LGBT 'rights’ trump religious freedom
Top court rules against Christian law school
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