Everything Hinges on the Tomb Door

Everything Hinges on the Tomb Door

If the Resurrection did actually happen, that event must be viewed as the most important event in human history. There’s really no middle ground here.
Pornography: A Frightful Rejection of the Human Face

Pornography: A Frightful Rejection of the Human Face

In our own day and age, we might observe that pornography is winter; it chases sunshine from the human face. In fact, it chases away the human face itself.
What Friendship Has Taught Me about Redemptive Suffering

What Friendship Has Taught Me about Redemptive Suffering

I can assist friends in attaining eternal life by uniting my suffering to the redemptive suffering of Christ—this is the mystery of redemptive suffering.
Searching for the Christmas Star and Finding the Magi

Searching for the Christmas Star and Finding the Magi

Every year at Christmas, when people read about the birth of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, the speculation and debate about the Christmas star continues.
What Novels Can Teach Us About Evangelization

What Novels Can Teach Us About Evangelization

After years of producing apologetics, I recently learned something new about evangelizing others. It has to do with POV, or point-of-view.
Healing Post-Election America

Healing Post-Election America

Over the past 4 or 8 or 12 years, it’s worth wondering if we're becoming people who claim to love humanity, but fail to love and befriend actual persons. 
Does God Care Whether I Exist?

Does God Care Whether I Exist?

It is an unfortunate and terrifying catechesis that presents God as a being whose happiness is indifferent to my existence.
4 Heroic Resisters to Nazism

4 Heroic Resisters to Nazism

As Nazism rose to power, millions resisted in different ways. Though most of the resisters never met, they formed a beautiful coalition of truth and love.
The Amazing Story of Maximilian Kolbe (and Why it Matters Now, More Than Ever)

The Amazing Story of Maximilian Kolbe (and Why it Matters Now, More Than Ever)

In a world twisted with racism, hatred and religious persecution, the life—and death—of Maximilian Kolbe provides answers to those wishing to resist evil.
A Risk Worth Taking

A Risk Worth Taking

Some risks are worth taking. Even more importantly, the risks that we decide to take—as well as those we decide not to take—serve to define who we are.

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