The Gospels of Peter & Mary

THE FIGURES BEHIND THE EVANGELISTS

KEEP HIGH-VOLTAGE CATHOLICISM ALIVE

SUBSCRIBE TODAY

Front & Center

"It Is Not Our Policy to Deny Communion"

Archbishop Sean O'Malley, in 2003, stated, "The Church presumes that each person is receiving in good faith. It is not our policy to deny Communion.…

READ ARTICLE
The Year of Living Fearfully

The mark of Christians is to stay recollected in faith, hope, and charity, and in the knowledge that there are things worse than death, such…

READ ARTICLE
Integralism: A New Totalitarianism?

The “third way” promoted by integralists features a mindset that can be every bit as anti-Christian as the mindset that governs cultural revolutionaries.

READ ARTICLE

In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Pope, in Athens, decries global ‘retreat from democracy’

Rues threats of authoritarianism, populism, bureaucracy

Pope asks pardon for sins that split Catholic, Orthodox

'How can we proclaim the love of Christ' without unity?

Migrants held on Greek island find hope in papal visit

Many families there wait several years for asylum ruling

Hong Kong: New bishop is consecrated at cathedral

Priest: He has 'nearly impossible' task ahead, under China

Karnataka, India: Christians protest anti-conversion bill

Archbp. calls it 'license' for Hindu radical groups to attack

21 states will nix abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned

Via current trigger laws, pre-Roe bans, heartbeat laws

VIEW ARCHIVE
Pope, in Athens, decries global ‘retreat from democracy’

Rues threats of authoritarianism, populism, bureaucracy

Pope asks pardon for sins that split Catholic, Orthodox

'How can we proclaim the love of Christ' without unity?

Migrants held on Greek island find hope in papal visit

Many families there wait several years for asylum ruling

Hong Kong: New bishop is consecrated at cathedral

Priest: He has 'nearly impossible' task ahead, under China

Karnataka, India: Christians protest anti-conversion bill

Archbp. calls it 'license' for Hindu radical groups to attack

21 states will nix abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned

Via current trigger laws, pre-Roe bans, heartbeat laws

VIEW ARCHIVE

Topics

From the NOR Dossiers
Latin Mass

At Mass, Actions Speak Louder Than Words... Where Has All the Latin Gone?... The New Mass Just Can't Be Fixed...

VIEW DOSSIER
Liturgy, Liturgical Rites & Devotions

Liturgy that Speaks to the Soul... Altar Boys: The Problem or the Solution?... Turning Catholics Into a Stiff-Kneed People...

VIEW DOSSIER
Political Correctness

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being... The Fraudsters of Islamophobia... Don't Call It 'Adultery,' Call It 'Loving More'... and more

VIEW DOSSIER

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

SUBSCRIBE

The Narthex

THE NEW OXFORD BLOG
View more NOR Blog topics

Spiritual Myopia

By Richard DellOrfano
December 2nd 2021 9:35 PM

Inadequate nutrition afflicted many children in the WWII years, due to food rationing. At an early age I developed myopia, and I suspect poor nutrition…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

My Muddled Mentor

By James Hanink
December 1st 2021 3:33 PM

“Karl Meyer On the Road Again” read a recent ad in The Catholic Worker. At 84 he was planning a cross country peace mission. I…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

The Sand Palace

By Richard DellOrfano
November 29th 2021 5:24 PM

In the late 1980s, a friend and I rode a trolley south from San Diego to the Imperial Beach sandcastle contest. After a short walk…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST
TAKE A STAND
AGAINST LUKEWARM CATHOLIC JOURNALISM

SUPPORT NOR TODAY

SUBSCRIBE

Thinkers & Players

EXPLORE THE BRIGHT LIGHTS OF THE CHURCH

Pope St. John Paul II

Kindred Spirits, Fellow Victors... The Pope as Playwright... Neither East nor West: On the Pope's Radical New Encyclical...

St. John Henry Cardinal Newman

The Two Worlds of John Henry Newman… Newman's Advice to Anglo-Catholics… Newman’s Prophetic Challenge to Clericalism…

Dorothy Day & the Catholic Worker

No Catholic Church, No Dorothy Day… The Catholic Worker: Is It Still Catholic?... The Gentle Catholic Radicalism of Peter Maurin… more

Flannery O'Connor

Fragmented Lives of Incomplete Reckoning... Tyranny of the Perverse Will... From the Grotesque to Love... Flannery O’Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not... and more

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

SUBSCRIBE

Front & Center

"It Is Not Our Policy to Deny Communion"

Archbishop Sean O'Malley, in 2003, stated, "The Church presumes that each person is receiving in good faith. It is not our policy to deny Communion.…

READ ARTICLE
The Year of Living Fearfully

The mark of Christians is to stay recollected in faith, hope, and charity, and in the knowledge that there are things worse than death, such…

READ ARTICLE
Integralism: A New Totalitarianism?

The “third way” promoted by integralists features a mindset that can be every bit as anti-Christian as the mindset that governs cultural revolutionaries.

READ ARTICLE

In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Pope, in Athens, decries global ‘retreat from democracy’

Rues threats of authoritarianism, populism, bureaucracy

Pope asks pardon for sins that split Catholic, Orthodox

'How can we proclaim the love of Christ' without unity?

Migrants held on Greek island find hope in papal visit

Many families there wait several years for asylum ruling

Hong Kong: New bishop is consecrated at cathedral

Priest: He has 'nearly impossible' task ahead, under China

Karnataka, India: Christians protest anti-conversion bill

Archbp. calls it 'license' for Hindu radical groups to attack

21 states will nix abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned

Via current trigger laws, pre-Roe bans, heartbeat laws

VIEW ARCHIVE
Pope, in Athens, decries global ‘retreat from democracy’

Rues threats of authoritarianism, populism, bureaucracy

Pope asks pardon for sins that split Catholic, Orthodox

'How can we proclaim the love of Christ' without unity?

Migrants held on Greek island find hope in papal visit

Many families there wait several years for asylum ruling

Hong Kong: New bishop is consecrated at cathedral

Priest: He has 'nearly impossible' task ahead, under China

Karnataka, India: Christians protest anti-conversion bill

Archbp. calls it 'license' for Hindu radical groups to attack

21 states will nix abortions if Roe v. Wade is overturned

Via current trigger laws, pre-Roe bans, heartbeat laws

VIEW ARCHIVE

The Narthex

The New Oxford Blog

Spiritual Myopia

December 2nd 2021 9:35 PM

Inadequate nutrition afflicted many children in the WWII years, due to food rationing. At an early age I developed myopia,…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

My Muddled Mentor

December 1st 2021 3:33 PM

“Karl Meyer On the Road Again” read a recent ad in The Catholic Worker. At 84 he was planning a…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

The Sand Palace

November 29th 2021 5:24 PM

In the late 1980s, a friend and I rode a trolley south from San Diego to the Imperial Beach sandcastle…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST
ARE YOU READY FOR
CATHOLICISM
WITH A BACKBONE?

Topics

From the NOR Dossiers
Latin Mass

At Mass, Actions Speak Louder Than Words... Where Has All the Latin Gone?... The New Mass Just Can't Be Fixed...

VIEW DOSSIER
Liturgy, Liturgical Rites & Devotions

Liturgy that Speaks to the Soul... Altar Boys: The Problem or the Solution?... Turning Catholics Into a Stiff-Kneed People...

VIEW DOSSIER
Political Correctness

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being... The Fraudsters of Islamophobia... Don't Call It 'Adultery,' Call It 'Loving More'... and more

VIEW DOSSIER

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

SUBSCRIBE