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Finding God in all Things+

What if we accepted the deeply Biblical notion that God is always already busily and passionately searching for us, always already endeavoring to find ways to grace us with his love?

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Violence against Christians and the waning of reason+

By far, the most persecuted religious group in the world today are Christians, and they are dying by the thousands especially in the Middle East and in Africa.

Read More+ 12 months ago
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The real danger posed by the California confession bill+

SB 360, a piece of proposed legislation passed by the California state senate in May and expected to have a vote in the aAssembly in September, should alarm not only every Catholic in the country, but indeed the adepts of...

Read More+ 1 year ago
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New York, abortion and a short route to chaos+

"It was the celebration that was particularly galling."

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The ever-present totalitarian temptation+

The totalitarian impulse can rear its ugly head in well-established democracies like the United States.

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The Challenge of John Chau+

And yet…Jesus did indeed instruct his disciples to bring the Gospel to every nation—it was in fact his final command.

Read More+ 2 years ago
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Full-immersion Catholicism+

What ties it all together is our shared experience of the Eucharist as the source and summit of the life of faith.

Read More+ 2 years ago
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All sinners are welcome!+

Does the Church’s welcome imply that everyone is fine just as he or she is?

Read More+ 2 years ago
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A caveat on the great Tom Wolfe+

When the great Tom Wolfe died on May 14, I, like millions of others, remembered the many moments of pleasure I had gotten from his work.

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Acts and us+

The paradox, of course, is that by turning the world upside down, the Gospel helps us see the world aright.

Read More+ 2 years ago