By David Mills
God gives us life but it’s not always a gift we can feel thankful for, writes David Mills. Sometimes it can feel like a gift we would have turned down.
By Anthony M. Barr
In speaking of love and sexuality, Catholics need to begin speaking about adoption, writes Anthony M. Barr. St. Paul did, after all.
As Catholics celebrate the Feast of Christ the King this week, writes Mattias Caro, they ought to renew their commitment to detachment from the concerns of this world to better serve both God and man.
Mattias A. Caro
November 23, 2015
Drawing upon James Schall’s insights, Peter Augustine Lawler argues that the Catholic Church is nearly the sole source of a genuinely reasonable—meaning a genuinely realistic—view of “what is.”
Peter Augustine Lawler
November 20, 2015
A survey of his ex-Catholic friends found they’d left the Church to find a deeper relation with Scripture, Bob Hartman writes, a finding confirmed by his not-ex-Catholic friends.
November 18, 2015
Now is the time to save the West. The choices are simple, writes Andrew Haines, and for most Christians much more personal than political.
Andrew M. Haines
November 17, 2015
To others, Christians concerned about the culture sound like whiners trying to grab power. Peter J. Leithart suggests ways to show those others that they should be as concerned as we are.
Peter J. Leithart
November 16, 2015
Instituting an “email fast” is a small way to find peace, writes Mattias Caro, but it does not permanently resolve the tension between the Christian life and the anxiety of the world.
Mattias A. Caro
November 15, 2015