Our need for measured rationality is really overrated. That is, we do not always act with a full understanding of things and the explicit evidence that would support our conclusions.Read more
Moral relativism simply ignores evil, and by doing so, obliterates the possibility of forgiveness.
Should we have more confidence in scientific or common sense judgments when seeking an answer to the question, “how do we know whether climate change is occurring or not?”
The touchstone of the Petrine Office is unity. By freezing out Cardinal Burke and not expelling the heterodox German Cardinals, Francis is preventing another German Revolt.
Wouldn’t it be fitting and good if in suffering we saw a first invitation to encounter His divinity? And so it is.
Proponents of the Benedict Option are repeating the mistakes of past Christians, preaching justice and mercy, but leaving this as a mere afterthought that does not affect their vision of Christian life. This is no way to build a sustainable Christian social order.
Is the Faithful Witness of Catholic Institutions in America Even Possible? Professor Gerard V. Bradley explores the conundrum.
Evangelizing must mean something more than scaring the hell out of unbelievers and ourselves. The work of evangelization must entail speaking to the need that each of us has for God.
Catholics like smells n’ bells. If you are Catholic (or you have a Catholic friend), you’ve probably seen them with…
Over the past several years, virtually every kind of Catholic institution has come under threat. To name just a few…