Rebecca Ryskind Teti

March 14, 2016

Defeating the Ancient Foe: Seven Questions with Paul Thigpen

  Paul Thigpen graduated summa cum laude from Yale and holds a doctorate in historical theology from Emory, but his interest in recognizing and defeating demonic
November 2, 2015

From “The Exorcist” to the Communion of Saints

A review of William Peter Blatty’s “Finding Peter”     Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, in the presence of hundreds of local residents, officially recognized the
September 22, 2015

Wednesday the President, Sunday the Pope

When an American President invites someone to the White House, or even says his name in a public address, more than style points are at stake.
September 2, 2015

Entrepreneurs of Grace : How A Bracelet Business Encourages Prayer

Pope Francis is coming to visit us at the end of this month.  While exploring the website of the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia –
March 17, 2015

St. Patrick’s Snow: In Solidarity With the Northeast Brethren

  It snowed again Sunday in Boston and while it’s warm today, the weatherpersons are threatening snow in the District of Colombia Thursday and Friday. I’m
March 7, 2015

His Theme Was Freedom : Enduring Lessons from the Late Stan Evans

M. Stanton Evans, one of a handful of key figures who shaped the modern Conservative movement, and a tireless champion of religious liberty, passed away in