Victorian Morality Tales
Stevenson, Wilde, and H. G. Wells each expressed — in varying degrees of sympathy with Christianity— their conception of the struggle between good and evil.
Ten Years in Prison
This month’s brief reviews include
Ten Years in Prison
by Missionaries of Charity Brother Carmel Duca, who has ministered in several grim prisons.
Heroes or Villains?
A new book examines how widespread and effective was the European Catholic bishops’ resistance to the Nazis during the war years.
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.
News You May Have Missed
A Vatican condom factory... Homosexual weapons research... Drive-through brothels... Voluntary human extinction... Are you serious?
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.
Brazilian prelate mulls ordination of married men
Recounts talk with Pope: Bishops should propose reforms
Drag show at Univ. of San Diego turns diabolical
Catholic school's 'diversity, inclusion' includes Satan?
Vatican 'willingly' appearing before UN committee
SNAP distorts meaning of anti-torture treaty procedures
Two Greek Orthodox prelates: Catholicism is heresy
Aim to restore Pope to 'Mother Orthodox Catholic Church'
Colo. Senate considers widesweeping abortion bill
Creates 'fundamental right' to 'reproductive health care'
Catholic school in Damascus is target of missile
One child dies; 61 children, parents, teachers injured
Nevada GOP abandons pro-life, pro-marriage platform
'Inclusion, not exclusion' and 'getting out of personal lives'
SSPX leader rips Kasper's proposal for the remarried
Bp. Fellay: His ideas are 'not merciful but insulting to God'
Victims of Kansas Jewish center attacks mourned
Three Christians murdered the day before Passover begins
'iPriest' makes Arabic app to skirt Islamic bans
iBreviary provides prayers where breviary is censored
47 cinemas in U.K. to screen papal canonizations
Faithful can watch historic event on big screen in 2D or 3D
Dutch diocese: Charges against late bishop are valid
Commission validates complaints that he had denied
Legion of Christ names new North American head
Fr. John Connor has broad experience in LC apostolates
Offense taken at speech in another Catholic school
Radio host Fr. Rocky Hoffman 'inflames' Prout School in R.I.
New HHS sec'y nominee has population control past
Burwell spent decade leading Gates Foundation's efforts
Pope preaches unscripted during Palm Sunday Mass
After Mass wades through outdoor crowd, poses for selfies
Marini confirmed as Pope's master of ceremonies
Appointed by Benedict in '07; spoke of 'reform of the reform'
German court affirms conviction of ex-SSPX bishop
Williamson violated a law that bans Holocaust denial
British professor to head Pontifical Academy
Lady Margaret S. Archer succeeds Mary Ann Glendon
Pope asks forgiveness for child abuse by clergy
His plan to deal with it: 'We have to be even stronger'
U.K. Prime Minister speaks of Christianity, Easter
Time to 'reflect on what Christianity brings to Britain'
U.K. bishops won't withhold Eucharist from pols
Giving it is 'an act of mercy' that may bring them back
Dolan angry after NY legislators renege on deal
Pols promised tax credits for using parochial schools
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