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The Global Crisis: Lessons from the Middle Ages

The Global Crisis: Lessons from the Middle Ages READ MORE >


Faith

Struggling with the Rosary

Struggling with the Rosary The Rosary is excruciating. There I said it. Archbishop Fulton Sheen said it was the most perfect prayer because it takes 19 minutes, which is the maximum time the average person can maintain a state of concentration. The truth is the Rosary can be a real chore. St. Thérèse, the Little Flower, was being more honest when she said,… READ MORE >


Music

Larry Norman’s Street Fighting Gospel

Larry Norman’s Street Fighting Gospel Larry Norman passed away last February. He's been called the Father of Christian Rock, a burden he refused to carry. “I think the blacks invented it about 200 years ago." READ MORE >


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The Weakerthans’ Liturgy of the Other Hours

The Weakerthans’ Liturgy of the Other Hours READ MORE >


Faith

What’s Behind the New Interest in Confession?

What’s Behind the New Interest in Confession? Is the present increase in the popularity of the confession of sins a step toward a realistic religiosity, or is it the popularity of the penitential rite of the American Church of Christ without Christ? READ MORE >

(4) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    church | confession | forgiveness | jesus | sin

Faith

Bart’s Problem

Bart’s Problem In his new book, God’s Problem, Bart Ehrman tries to prove that the God of the Bible doesn't answer the question of why we suffer, but his argument falls flat. In the end, what Ehrman and other “new atheists” forget is that a world without God is not a world without evil or innocent suffering. It’s simply a world of suffering without hope. READ MORE >

(8) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    bart ehrman | god | suffering | theodicy

Politics

Why I Love Obama

Why I Love Obama (...But I Won't Vote for Him.) READ MORE >


Issues

A Question of Empathy

A Question of Empathy How science is rehsaping the abortion debate READ MORE >

(3) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    abortion | pro-life | science

Faith

Repeat the Sounding Joy

Repeat the Sounding Joy Repetitive prayer draws me into the Church stretching across time and space, each seemingly identical facet casting light onto a different place in my heart. READ MORE >

(4) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    mary | prayer | rosary

Faith

Jesus: An Ever-Present Claim

Jesus: An Ever-Present Claim We are in a period of history never known before: a time in which the claim of Jesus has been removed from the world and must be proclaimed and defended as if it were the first time the Christian claim has been made in history READ MORE >

(0) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    church | jesus

Music

Radiohead: Together in the Alone

Radiohead: Together in the Alone Through their music, Radiohead communes with everyone who's ever been tempted to despair in a world where God seems absent READ MORE >

(5) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    alternative | darkness | radiohead

Faith

Benedict XVI: The Pope of Hope

Benedict XVI: The Pope of Hope For Benedict, Christ’s promise of his second coming and the final judgment is a pledge that evil and injustice will not have the last word in human history. READ MORE >


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