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Engaging the Faith

Peter Kreeft
We frequently hear of the value of positive self-esteem and confessing our worth today, but we hardly ever of the value of confessing our sins. In fac MORE
Feb 04, 2012
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Karl Keating
Christ never engaged in unnecessary acts. He instituted the sacrament of Confession (aka Penance or Reconciliation) as the ordinary or normative way o MORE
Dec 05, 2011
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Al Kresta
The Mass is a spiritual banquet, best appreciated as you read the menu ahead of time and anticipate the flow of the courses. The Mass splits into two MORE
Nov 01, 2011
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Leon J. Suprenant Jr.
Since the time of Pope Pius XII (1939-1957), the Church has explicitly taught that both inter vivos and postmortem (cadaver) transplants are licit, ba MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Fr. John Trigilio
In a dark age, monks preserved classical art and education. Their monasteries became centers of faith and learning, developing into the first universi MORE
Sep 01, 2011
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Peter Kreeft
The Church has a deep theology about the seventh commandment, which deals with property and labor. “You shall not steal” regulates worldly goods MORE
Jul 01, 2011
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Karl Keating
God’s law isn’t invalidated by sloppy theology or hearts in the wrong place. The Church (as did Christ) doesn’t recognize divorce in the ecclesi MORE
Jun 01, 2011
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Al Kresta
While not her Son’s equal, Mary occupies a special place in salvation history, continuing to unite souls with the same Lord she agreed to bring into MORE
May 01, 2011
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Peter Kreeft
By its own admission, what our age finds most unacceptable in the Church’s perennial wisdom is her sexual morality. Almost every controversial issue MORE
Apr 01, 2011
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Matthew A. Rarey
In 1957, Pope Pius XII issued an encyclical on the mass media, which even then played a vital role for good and ill in society. Although the types of MORE
Mar 03, 2011
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