In an unscripted quote, Pope Francis has upheld Catholic doctrine and shocked the world. “It is painful to say this today: People speak of varied families, of various kinds of family,” but “the family [as] man and woman in the… Continue Reading →
It is quite easy to become indignant over the recent essay in The New Yorker, Chick-Fil-A’s Creepy Infiltration of New York City, but should we? The author, Dan Piepenbring, is clearly bothered by the chain’s invasion on the decent and… Continue Reading →
Which side of the gun debate do you think Holocaust victims would be on today?
Stephen Hawking’s computer—responsible for many theoretical physics findings—has stopped working, computers networked to Hawking have reported. It had been in operation for 76 continuous years. Hawking’s three child nodes released a statement saying, “Our machines are experiencing elevated levels of… Continue Reading →
In this remarkable interview, Father Robert Spitzer S.J. of the Magis Center, who has written numerous books on the cross section of faith, morality, reason, and science, dives into natural rights, law, and the Scholastic tradition, which, working on biblical… Continue Reading →