Letter to the Editor: May 2012
Revisiting Versailles... Vatican II Fault Lines... Abortion, Ethics & Double-Effect... The Burr in the Blanket... Farewell to the ReaperREAD ARTICLE
The News You May Have Missed
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"Oh God," Says the Atheist... Ashes to Go... Spring Break's Last Resort... Facebook'em, Danno... An Actual Wake... Epic Unions... Pulling the Wool Over Our Eyes... That's Why It's Called DopeREAD ARTICLE
Finding the Truth in a Narrative of Lies
Catholic bishops have been depicted as wishing to push women back into the supposed servitude of the Dark Ages.READ ARTICLE
The Catholic Connection
If interreligious connectedness is not recognized and cherished at a time when religion itself is imperiled, we are in a bad way.READ ARTICLE
The Problem of Pleasure
Pleasure is a gift that can easily become our enemy. How wise Plato was in warning of the dangers linked to luxury and pleasure.READ ARTICLE
What Is the Anglican Patrimony?
When one walks into an Anglican church, especially one in which traditional worship is practiced, one gets a distinct feeling of the presence of the Lord.READ ARTICLE
Off the Beaten Path
Kerouac was “not ashamed to wear the crucifix of my Lord... I believe in beatitude and that God so loved the world that he gave his own begotten son to it.”READ ARTICLE
Breaking the Silence Barrier
That we are out of harmony with nature is a circumstance that arises not merely from noise per se, but from the instruments that make that noise.READ ARTICLE
In the Beginning Was "Power"?
Anne Barbeau Gardiner takes on an author who has "made a career of treating the Bible sacrilegiously" and sees power, not Logos, as the ultimate reality.READ ARTICLE
"Catholicism's Intellectual Prizefighter!"
- Karl Keating