Culture

July 10, 2013

Catholic Imagination at the Movies

Can Catholics win the culture? Not only can we; we have, throughout history. “Can a film change the world?” asked Time magazine in March 2008. Yes,
July 10, 2013

9 Things About Your Car that Say “Hi, We’re Catholic!”

  1.   There’s a rosary hanging from the rear-view mirror.             Just keep it on a short leash, like the one
July 11, 2013

Abortion and its Evil Twin, Euphemism

“Nor is the lie the only means of falsehood. They all speak with a Nazi double talk with which to deceive the unwary. Before we accept
July 12, 2013

Love, Lies, and Bigotry: A Sorting

I’m not loving. Nor is the Catholic Church. We’re both chock-full of hate and intolerance, lacking equally in understanding and compassion. Or, at least, that’s what
July 12, 2013

Fast and Furious Francis

There’s a new sheriff in the Vatican City State. With the swiftness and surety rarely seen in the Eternal City, Pope Francis sent a loud and
July 12, 2013

Five Arguments for Gay Marriage

Emboldened and energized by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s scathing and intellectually dishonest ad hominem attacks in his ruling overturning the Defense of Marriage Act at the federal
July 15, 2013

The Zimmerman Trial, Racial Profiling, and Social Justice

The big news of this past weekend is the acquittal of George Zimmerman of the charge of second degree murder in the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
July 15, 2013

The Fight for Marriage, Truth, and Religious Liberty is Just Beginning

It is tempting to view the fight for marriage as being over.  Polls, people will say, suggest a tide of public opinion moving in the direction
July 16, 2013

Two Priests Respond to Emily Stimpson’s Open Letter

[We’re excited to post two responses by priests to Emily Stimpson’s open letter to priests and bishops where she explained what she feels Catholics need from