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2021 April

Letters to the Editor: April 2021

Ignorance Rarely Surpassed... Nothing New Under the Sun... Lenient on a Latter-Day Luther... A Groundless Attack?... The Fog of Confusion... and more

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The News You May Have Missed: April 2021

Cough Crime... Can o’ Corona... Rethinking Her Ink... Roller Squad... Hard to Stomach... Mystery of the Mad Man... and more

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Chesterton on Man, the Religious Animal

VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED #50

Carl Sundell

GKC asserts that Jesus was not merely one of many great figures in history; rather, He is at the center of all history: past, present, and future.

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Diagnosing the Spectrum of Diabolic Attacks

AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD GALLAGHER, M.D.

Michael S. Rose

Cases of demonic oppression and possession serve as cautionary tales to anyone who takes the Catholic faith seriously.

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The Crystallized Church & the Technological Society

POPE BENEDICT XVI’S 1969 PROPHECY REVISITED

Brian M. Torro

A smaller, meeker Church will be more capable of speaking to and welcoming those who have experienced the emptiness and existential horror of our age.

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Should Christians Pay Reparations for Racial Injustices?

SUCH AN AIM REQUIRES FULL COMMUNION WITH CHRIST AND HIS CHURCH

Casey Chalk

The Church can engage in the work of racial reparations, but only while placing the project within a broader moral framework.

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It’s Tricki Woo’s World Now

OUR RELATIONSHIPS WITH PETS HAVE GONE WRONG

Eric Jackson

Our relationships with animals have gone wrong. What is tolerable in a few Mrs. Pumphreys is horrifying when it becomes common practice.

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The Soviets’ Doomed Battle with Byt

Jason M. Morgan

Atheism never completely took the place of forbidden religion, and its failure was coterminous with the downfall of Russian communism.

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Briefly Reviewed: April 2021

Here we review Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony and A Politically Correct Dictionary and Guide.

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Last Things

David Mills

I enjoy what might be called “confessional tourism.” I’m fascinated by what confessors tell me, and so I tend to go to confession when I’m away from home.

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