Journal

The Problem of Pain: Why Was God AWOL During the Holocaust?

by Dr. Peter Kreeft

“Pain is the only evil I know,” says the worldly Doctor Core to the priest in Walter M. Miller, Jr.’s…

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Do the Dead Come Back and Watch the Living? On Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca

by Emma Warner

Every reader loves a good ghost story. And that is why Daphne du Maurier’s Romantic-Gothic novel, Rebecca has thrilled readers since its publication…

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Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose

by Sean Fitzpatrick

There is a gravestone in Boston’s Granary Burying Ground that legend purports marks the resting place of Mother Goose. Now, whether…

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Heart to Heart: Newman on the Laity

by Fr. George William Rutler

No Catholic figure, since St. Thomas Aquinas, has matched the creative mind of John Henry Newman. But if he is…

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Coincidentally: Latitudes and Attitudes

by Fr. George William Rutler

The Reverend Samuel Wesley (1662-1735) lived in an age that is commonly caricatured as one of beef and ale and…

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A Just War Theory of Homeschooling

by Dr. William Fahey

 Given the increasing popularity of homeschooling among faithful Catholics, it is vital that those who practice it — or are thinking…

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Wartime Morality in Ambrose Bierce’s “A Horseman in the Sky”

by Jonathan Shoulta

The extant portion of the six-mile long Civil War front at Cold Harbor, Virginia is small enough to explore in an…

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The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen: A Tale of Resurrection

by Sean Fitzpatrick

Just as baptism and burial are seldom associated with one another, neither are a duckling and the Resurrection. The interconnectivity of…

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Shining in the Sun

by Fr. George William Rutler

A pre-publication review of Theological Cautions — A Doctrinal Analysis of the Church in France and Elsewhere by Father Paul Toinet, translated from the…

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The House of Usher & the House of Poe: Celebrating 175 Years of Horror

by Sean Fitzpatrick

Edgar Allan Poe. Enigmatic. Eccentric. Erratic. Melancholic. Alcoholic. Neurotic. But above all else, Fantastic. Throughout his 40 tormented years of…

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