Letter to the Editor: March 2000
Your Suffering Is Deserved... What "Watch"?... Better a Real Nobody Than a Fake Catholic?READ ARTICLE
New Oxford Notes: March 2000
Don't Call It "Adultery," Call It "Loving More"... Unwanted Children? Disposable as Last Sunday's Paper... Birdseed Catholicism... Naked — And Ye Clothed Me?... The Incredible Shrinking of ManREAD ARTICLE
Hard Heart, Soft Heart, or True Heart?
The truly human needs are the very things not absolutely necessary for mere survival: dignity, respect, gratitude, and kindness.READ ARTICLE
The Inflated Reputation of Hans Urs von Balthasar
Hoping that all will be saved – when Scripture says that some are lost – is like hoping that no one ever sins when we know that Adam and Eve sinned.READ ARTICLE
Skinheads & Rock Stars -- or Saints?
Hero-worship is so ingrained in our natures that if we cannot find a hero we may follow a pseudo-hero.READ ARTICLE
The Catholic Sensibility of Allen Tate
Tate was a critic, poet, novelist, and intellectual of the first rank. Neglect of his work today is due in large part to his conversion to Catholicism.READ ARTICLE
The conflicts between modern science and Christianity have been very rare, limited in fact to a few well-known cases.READ ARTICLE
Against Calculation & Compromise
The theme of the innocence and purity of childhood is central in the work of French novelist and essayist Georges Bernanos (1888-1948).READ ARTICLE
Briefly: March 2000
Reviews of Out of a Kantian Chrysalis? A Maritainian Critique of Fr. Marechal... The Scandal of Gender: Early Christian Teaching on the Man and the Woman... Enjoying God's Beauty... Tolkien: Man and Myth... Orestes A. Brownson: Sign of ContradictionREAD ARTICLE
"Catholicism's Intellectual Prizefighter!"
- Karl Keating