Letter to the Editor: November 2000
Sadness Alleviated at Christendom College... New York's Vocations Picture... Sea Legs... Try a Different Approach...READ ARTICLE
New Oxford Notes: November 2000
Flannery O'Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not... The Unbuckled Bible Belt?... Unconditional Love — But Not for Your Spouse... Step Right Up: Cash for Spiritual Suicide... Would Wojtyla and Ratzinger Have Been "Weeded Out" of Sacred Heart Seminary?READ ARTICLE
The Dangers of 'Cognitive Psychology'
Psychology does not live up to expectations of theoretical discussion. Catholic doctrine is sound and actually “fills gaps” left by psychology.READ ARTICLE
My Journey From Catholicism to Eastern Orthodoxy & Back
Many presume that Orthodoxy is merely Catholicism without a pope. This is not so.READ ARTICLE
The Jesus Seminar: Making Uncomplicated Things Complicated
Those who spin theories opposing John’s authorship are doing a great injustice to truth and the cause of Christ.READ ARTICLE
Woe to the Bloody City!
“Find out how you can turn your patient’s decision into something wonderful” reads a brochure sent to abortionists by a fetal tissue “wholesaler.”READ ARTICLE
For Dear Life
During in utero fetal surgery, the unborn infant stretched out its little hand and clutched the finger of the surgeon.READ ARTICLE
Another Catholic "First"
A 17th-century Venetian noblewoman and devout Catholic, Elena Cornaro (1646-1684), was the first woman Ph.D.READ ARTICLE
The Ambiguous Archbishop Romero
By any empirical standard, the Salvadoran Church’s politics have not borne much good fruit.READ ARTICLE
Briefly: November 2000
Reviews of Augustine Through the Ages: An Encyclopedia... Schall on Chesterton: Timely Essays on Timeless Paradoxes... Who Owns America? A New Declaration of Independence...READ ARTICLE
Bookmark: November 2000
Reviews of The Day-to-Day Life of the Desert Fathers in Fourth-Century Egypt... New Saints and Blesseds of the Catholic Church: Volume I (1979-1983)... Creed or Chaos: Why Christians Must Choose Either Dogma or Disaster...READ ARTICLE
"Catholicism's Intellectual Prizefighter!"
- Karl Keating