George Weigel is distinguished senior fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C.
Catholicism may be entering a new “Humanae Vitae moment.” Continue Reading »
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, raised from the dead and led by such a powerful witness, is a living testament to the power of faith. Continue Reading »
What happened on Easter Sunday was the most explosive experience in human history, shattering all previous expectations of human destiny. Continue Reading »
It's time to be grateful for the good things of the past year.
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On February 25, by a vote of 224-206, the House decided to criminalize Genesis 1:27 by passing the “Equality Act.” Continue Reading »
The German bishops are in need of fraternal correction. Continue Reading »
The Australian Left finds it impossible to admit its errors. Continue Reading »
The men and women in Not Forgotten all teach important lessons about what it means to live a worthy life. Continue Reading »
The Book of Exodus is a good companion on the Lenten journey, and Leon Kass is an admirable guide to the truths found in that great book. Continue Reading »
“Apostolic times” call us to relive the experience of the early Church, vividly described in the Acts of the Apostles. Continue Reading »