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January 4, 2016
The deepest mystery of Christmas isn’t how Jesus was conceived and born — it’s why.
December 2, 2015
The upcoming Year of Mercy announced by Pope Francis coincides with our presidential election year. Could there be a connection between mercy and politics?
November 21, 2015
Creating widespread panic, it seems, is child’s play, and the Paris attacks have produced the inevitable and predictable reactions.
November 7, 2015
The only way to counter wrong and destructive worldviews is with a true and life-giving Christian worldview, something that demands we get beyond our individual encounter with Christ and personal piety into the battle for the minds and hearts of our neighbors and the culture.
October 26, 2015
It’s about time that people in the psychology/psychiatry world began assaulting the therapeutic culture that holds Western culture and far too much of the Church captive.
October 9, 2015
“Molly and me and baby make three” is more than a happy sentiment from an old song. The human family is the image by which we glimpse the Trinity, our God who is a community of persons.
October 7, 2015
Hostility towards religion has never been more severe in America. But don’t give up hope, writes James Tonkowich. There is hope.
September 27, 2015
All around us we see the attempt to privatize religion, to make it an entirely interior matter in order to reduce it to quiet obscurity.
September 10, 2015
Where we see crowds, God sees individuals. Each has a name and a face, a history and a future, a family and a purpose.
March 21, 2015
Assaults on the religious liberty of religious schools are underway by the Washington, D.C. City Council and by parents, teachers, and others in San Francisco.