How to Talk to Atheists with Clarity and Confidence

By Brandon Vogt

Back in 2013, at the height of the so-called “New Atheism,” I realized that many young people were being drawn into this movement, swayed by poor arguments and heated rhetoric, in particular through the internet. That group included a lot of young Catholics who were never taught rational reasons to believe in God and had thus come to believe that religious belief was little more than superstition.

Our Hidden Treasure: The Catholic Vision of History

By Dr. Timothy T. O’Donnell

History viewed through the lens of the Incarnation reveals God’s Providence at work in the world. The Incarnation offers a vision of history in tune with reality and through which different civilizations, cultures, and all human actions down through the centuries can best be understood.

Three Sane Decisions to Help You Save Your Soul

By Fr. Robert Spitzer

Allow me to share three decisions with you that I make every single day; products of my experience of Catholic education, as a student, also as a professor, and as a university president. They are in stark contrast to the world. They are the light of Christ, in my view. But because of the strength of the popular culture, I have to remind myself of them every single morning when I get up.

The Scandal of Uneducated College Graduates

By Dale Ahlquist

The rise of incomplete thinking has been marked over the last several decades by a near-total loss of true humanities studies at many colleges and universities. It’s a terrible scandal that, without authentic humanities education, universities around the world are manufacturing cohort after cohort of uneducated people.

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How to Talk to Atheists with Clarity and Confidence

How to Talk to Atheists with Clarity and Confidence

By Brandon Vogt

Back in 2013, at the height of the so-called “New Atheism,” I realized that many young people were being drawn into this movement, swayed by poor arguments and heated rhetoric, in particular through the internet. That group included a lot of young Catholics who were never taught rational reasons to believe in God and had thus come to believe that religious belief was little more than superstition.

Our Hidden Treasure: The Catholic Vision of History

Our Hidden Treasure: The Catholic Vision of History

By Dr. Timothy T. O’Donnell

History viewed through the lens of the Incarnation reveals God’s Providence at work in the world. The Incarnation offers a vision of history in tune with reality and through which different civilizations, cultures, and all human actions down through the centuries can best be understood.

Three Sane Decisions to Help You Save Your Soul

Three Sane Decisions to Help You Save Your Soul

By Fr. Robert Spitzer

Allow me to share three decisions with you that I make every single day; products of my experience of Catholic education, as a student, also as a professor, and as a university president. They are in stark contrast to the world. They are the light of Christ, in my view. But because of the strength of the popular culture, I have to remind myself of them every single morning when I get up.

The Scandal of Uneducated College Graduates

The Scandal of Uneducated College Graduates

By Dale Ahlquist

The rise of incomplete thinking has been marked over the last several decades by a near-total loss of true humanities studies at many colleges and universities. It’s a terrible scandal that, without authentic humanities education, universities around the world are manufacturing cohort after cohort of uneducated people.

Understanding and Responding to Our Transgender Moment

Understanding and Responding to Our Transgender Moment

By Dr. Ryan Anderson

America is in the midst of what has been called a “transgender moment.” In the space of a year, transgender issues went from something that most Americans had never heard of to a cause claiming the mantle of civil rights.

Sacred Architecture and the Meaning of Community

Sacred Architecture and the Meaning of Community

By Rev. Paul D. Scalia

Most Sundays I celebrate Mass at Saint Raymond of Peñafort Parish in Springfield, Virginia. During the Liturgy of the Word, as the priest is at the chair, I find myself gazing at the enormous, beautiful stained-glass window in the north transept, opposite the priest’s chair.

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