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The Teaching Power of the Parable: Understanding the Enigmatic

by Dominic V. Cassella

In John 18:37, Christ tells us that He came into the world to reveal the Truth. If this is so,…

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Can Democratic Ideals Survive in the Administrative State?

by Phil Lawler

During the Covid crisis, the assertion of sweeping new government powers should force Americans to confront a disturbing trend: With…

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Rediscovering the Gift of Creation: the Truth about Environmentalism

What is Creation and how is it different from “the environment”? What does this difference say about the environmentalism and…

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Phil Lawler Reports

Months have passed since I last gave you a report on the work of our Center for the Restoration of…

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The Spider Who Saved Christmas

by Phil Lawler

Do you know why Christmas trees are decorated with tinsel? Raymond Arroyo has retold the old Christian legend— a lovely,…

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Jesuit at Large

by Phil Lawler

Last year the sudden death of Rev. Paul Mankowski, SJ, deprived the Catholic world of a brilliant scholar and writer—…

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Steps to Restore the Centrality
of God in the Liturgy

Bishop Athanasius Schneider, auxiliary bishop of Astana, Kazakhstan, and among the most world’s most prominent and articulate defenders of the…

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Friendship and the Fathers

by Phil Lawler

How did the earliest Christians spread the faith? Mostly by forming friendships; in an important sense, evangelization means making friends….

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Dante, Alive After 700 Years

A Lecture by Robert Royal, Ph.D. President of the Faith & Reason Institute Robert Royal is the founder and President…

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Dante, Alive After 700 Years

by Robert Royal

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Mysteries of the Trinity

by Phil Lawler

This month, Phil Lawler interviews John Gavin about his book Mysteries of the Lord’s Prayer: Wisdom from the Early Church….

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Guillermo Aviles Lecture Series

In an increasingly hostile secular culture, how should we protect and promote our faith? How should we defend and strengthen…

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