A Voice from Hell
Everyone has heard of that scary place called Hell. But most of us just brush it off. We aren't going there, so why worry?
First Things First
Orthodoxy and orthopraxy are not doctrines in conflict -- they are two hands that have to be in right relation. How are we to know the correct balance?
John XXIII through the Testimony of Cardinal Oddi
Contrarian opinions expressed by Cardinal Oddi witness to the times of John XXIII and the Council, shedding light on the recently canonized pope.
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.
China proposal to Vatican: Joint bishop-appointing
Vatican hope for cancelling CCPA 'doesn’t appear likely'
Cardinal Zen: Asia's biggest threat is atheism
'Human values can be salvaged only by preaching Gospel'
USCCB welcomes immigrant-deportations deferral
Asked Obama Admin. to do everything within its authority
Russian patriarch: Europe’s secularism ‘apocalyptic’
Kirill: Countries have given up their Christian identity
Knights donate $2M for Middle East refugee housing
Permanent homes to be constructed in Kurd-controlled area
India mulls bill allowing midwives to do abortions
Persistent pro-abortion lobbying efforts push expansion
Müller: Attacks on marriage are 'suicide of humanity'
CDF head warns of 'final step from which there's no return'
Pakistani Church demands investigation of murders
Charter seeks to curb the misuse of blasphemy laws
Groups hold Thanksgiving-theme immigration rally
Focus on role of immigrants in putting food on our tables
Report: IS has weapons to fight for two years
Is 'self-sufficient organization with diversified funding'
South Korea pastor’s 'Drop Box' saves hundreds
Collects abandoned babies who are handicapped, unwanted
Website to list which Obamacare plans fund abortion
Privately-sponsored ObamacareAbortion.com supplies info
Number of modern-day slaves rises to 35.8 million
One of every 200 people is enslaved; 14M are in India
Blase Cupich installed as new Chicago archbishop
Homily: Go witness 'with joy, compassion,' no harshness
Msgr. Lynn conviction goes to Penn. Supreme Court
Could reinstate overturned child-endangerment conviction
Helena diocese proposes $16.4M abuse settlement
362 victims accounted for in bankruptcy reorganization
Vatican rep at UN urges discussing drone strikes
Also, how civilians can be protected in urban warfare
Pope Francis warns against a 'spirituality of ease'
Described as 'I lack nothing. I pray sometimes. I'm fine.'
Oxford college squashes debate about abortion
Proposed topic: 'Britain’s abortion culture hurts us all'
Gates Fndn’s new $1/jab contraceptive criticized
Sayana has side effects, dangers similar to Depo Provera
Vatican lifts ban on married Eastern priests
For Eastern Catholic churches in diaspora, including U.S.
Burke: Take hot-button issues off synod's table
Urges faithful to write to Pope and Vatican officials
Pope: Children have right to mother and father
Man is 'slow to recognize our fragile social environment'
KC homeless shelter pressured over gay marriage
Christian organization aims to stick to biblical standard
C of E grants final approval to women bishops
Justin Welby presses on, mindful of 'those who disagree'
Obamacare is headed to the Supreme Court again
Are state's subsidies, including some for abortions, legal?
Mexico: missionary’s body found in mass grave
Priest was abducted in April after confronting gangsters
O’Malley: Holy See needs to address Bp. Finn case
Also calls Vatican’s inquiry into U.S. sisters 'a disaster'
Islamic State leader vows to bring jihad to Rome
'Soon the Crusaders will be forced to send ground forces'
Pope confirms visit to Philadelphia next year
Will attend conclusion of Sept. World Meeting of Families
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