February 4, 2016

Pregnancy, Perfectability, and Progressive Prohibitionism

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made headlines this week with the release of new guidance advising women who are sexually active to avoid consumption
February 6, 2016

Togetherness … Catholic Style

You might wonder, what do wine and nibbles have to do with being Catholic? Bear with me … I live in Los Angeles, one of the
February 20, 2016

Life From Death: How the Scalia Funeral Mass Became a Triumph of Evangelization

The death of Justice Antonin Scalia on Feb. 13 at the age of 79 was a loss on many levels. As a fearless advocate for the
March 9, 2016

Photo of the Day: Blessed Teresa of Calcutta’s Sisters Martyred in Yemen

Photo Credit: Catholic News Agency
March 15, 2016

Photo of the Day: The Cathedral of St. Louis

“Eternal life is the fulfillment anticipated by all that is good, true, and beautiful in this life.” — Father Richard John Neuhaus
March 17, 2016

Catholic Culture: Cantus sings Biebl’s Ave Maria

You have to hear this.
March 22, 2016

We Need to Forgive the Terrorists and Kill All Their Friends

Jesus had some “hard sayings” that He liked to throw out every once in a while to make sure people were still listening. “Love your neighbor.”
March 25, 2016

Mercy for the Media

This will not be a popular thing to say — and it’s not an easy thing to say — but we need to have mercy for
April 4, 2016

Easter’s Joy

This year I attended my first Ruthenian Catholic Easter liturgy (a topic worth writing about all by itself). But more than the new textures and sounds