Science, Sexuality, and God

God has revealed the purpose of human sexuality. We find God’s Revelation about sexuality most clearly in Catholic doctrine. It is good and important to

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Doctrine, Doctrine, Doctrine

In all the controversies swirling in our Catholic Church nowadays, even to the point of possible schism, there is a word that is almost never

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our father, lord's prayer, pater noster

Making College Sacramental

This column is addressed to college students, although older people might find it helpful too. Not only is it for those who are about to

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race, bias

On Not Being a Racist

When my wife and I moved from Cincinnati in 1978, we intentionally chose to relocate to the most diverse (formerly described as “integrated”) municipality in

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causality

The Importance of Being Human

Fundamental to the postmodern, post-Christian culture in which we live is the rejection of an objective human nature. Instead of believing human nature is what

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causality

On Being and Becoming Human

Human experimentation is being widely conducted today both in the narrow, scientific sense, such as in the CRISPR gene editing program, and in the broader,

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liturgy, reform

Advent and the Liturgical Year

Catholics can rightfully wish each other “Happy New Year!” on Sunday, December 2nd, because it is the beginning of a new liturgical year in the

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Food, Sex, God, and Nature

The sex scandals in the Church will not be completely and thoroughly dealt with until the rampant infidelity to Catholic doctrine throughout all of the

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prayers

I Have Been to Heaven

  I have been to Heaven because I have been to a Divine Liturgy. In order to explain what a Divine Liturgy is, we must

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