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When the Government Calls Human Embryos "Chattel"

A judge in Virginia uses a precedent from the slavery era to rule on a case involving the custody of human embryos, revealing much about the modern mind's vision.

Mar 16, 2023
Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris

Secularism and the Cathedral

The storied Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, which has stood watch over centuries of Christendom and centuries of secularity, is set to reopen its doors after a disastrous 2019 fire.

Mar 9, 2023
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A Year in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine a year later; argumentation and education; contention in Nigeria.

Mar 1, 2023
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Lent, Dopamine, and Global Christianity

As the global population shifts away from the West and the West abandons its spiritual vision, the question arises: what will worldwide Christian leadership look like in the future?

Feb 23, 2023
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Feasting and Fasting

The Catholic tradition has long recognized the importance of both feasting and fasting. When done in community, the effects are even more profound.

Feb 16, 2023
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On Scientific Exploration

Genuine science and Christianity have never been at odds with one another.

Feb 9, 2023
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The Swamp of Evil and the Diamond of Creation

The scenes and energy from Pope Francis’ visit to Congo are bringing attention to a part of the world where two things are manifestly evident: violence and persecution are strong, but the faith is stronger.

Feb 2, 2023
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Public Education and Parents

Our modern understanding of public education as neutral education contradicts both philosophy and history.

Jan 26, 2023
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Quantifying the Human Consequences of Losing Religion

The results are in (again): religious faith and practice are linked to healthier lives and relationships.

Jan 19, 2023
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In the Context of the Cross

Christians are reminded to view all aspects and events of our lives in the context of relationship with God and the cross.

Jan 12, 2023