Bob Dylan and (Im)mortality
Ken Craycraft contemplates getting older through the insightful lyrics of Bob Dylan
Speed dating, secularism and schism: the world of ecumenical dialogue
The synodal way has ended up becoming a means of imposing secularism on the sacred, says Gavin Ashenden
It is a scandal that US bishops will not stand up to Biden over abortion
Does the Church hierarchy believe Church teaching about the sacraments?
Are we doing enough to teach our children about marriage?
It is the duty of parents and the church to bring young Catholic men and women together
The role of Catholic schools is to cherish pupils as God does
Teen author Simon James Green can publish what he wants, but Catholic schools should not and will not endorse his semi-pornographic writing
Policy and programs after Roe v. Wade
Ken Craycraft looks at how the Catholic Church can take advantage of a reversal of Roe v Wade to help women and families
How secular intellectuals are saving the Church
Gavin Ashenden explores the Christian metaphysics in Douglas Murray's new book
If men will not be governed by the Ten Commandments
The need to have laws to stop men staring at women inappropriately has come about due to the moral and spiritual problems in our society
Lessons from St Joseph the worker
St Joseph teaches to stand up for workers and care for the poor - both long-standing traditions of the Church
Masks at Mass: Catholics must stop fearing Covid and start fearing God
Why are the faithful incredibly eager to follow whatever the public health authorities told them about Covid, yet ignore church teachings when it comes to family planning.
The direction of the synodal pathway is wrong, but Christ will triumph in the end
Catholics are looking to Pope Francis to articulate the faith in the face of the challenges from a secularised sub-Christian and sometimes anti-Christian culture
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