The Tridentine Fallacy

What most people call the “Latin Mass” seems to have a bewildering number of names and many of them are imprecise for one reason or

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Ideology and Idolatry

A recurring theme of my writing and speaking these past few years has been the need for Catholics to overcome allegiances to political movements, parties,

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Reflexive Belief

When it comes to how you feel, things are relative. Are you having a good day? Well, you can probably list a bunch of things

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Identity Crisis

The world today is facing a moral collapse which is rooted in the loss of faith in God and His moral framework for the world.

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NFP Book an Accidental Bestseller

Popular blogger Simcha Fisher’s first book, The Sinner’s Guide to Natural Family Planning, became a bestseller overnight after Fisher accidentally published the e-book a month early.

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Autonomy Gone Wild!

In this modern era, all faithfully Christian people run up against a concept that is often hard to overcome and not always a conscious part

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Fr. Stanley Jaki on the Fátima Miracle

It could have been a sun spot, an air lens, some turbulent clouds, or maybe even eye tricks. The skeptic Benjamin Radford, deputy editor of Skeptical Inquirer science magazine

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Pope Francis: A Modernist Heretic?

Why do  Faithful American Catholics Label  Pope Francis: A Modernist Heretic? Every time Pope Francis speaks, the papers are filled with sensational headlines; he does not

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