The Miracle of the Sun: Only the Beginning

“Look at the sun!” The shout echoed through the massive crowd. The multitudes looked up. Jaws dropped. From one moment to the next, the world changed. The sun itself fell from the sky. Men, women and children shouted and cried … Continue reading

Showdown With Satanism in Oklahoma

“God Yes!  Satan No!” “Reparation!  Reparation!  Reparation!” “Begone, Satan!  Begone, Satan!” The battlecries rang out in the evening heat. Hundreds of Catholics from around the country came to fight. They yielded the weapons of the prayers of the Church. And … Continue reading

The Anonymous Generation

The Center for Bioethics and Culture has recently produced a documentary about sperm donation. Anonymous Father’s Day tells all the facts regarding the practice and highlights personal stories told by donor-conceived children. In the course of an hour, the scope … Continue reading

Did Cervantes Kill Chivalry?

Four hundred years ago, the famous Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra passed away. He has since been heralded as one of the greatest writers in the Spanish language. However, word of his death had little impact on Castilian society. … Continue reading

Tracing the Sordid Origins of the Culture of Death

  “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.” With these words, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes concluded the majority opinion in Buck vs. Bell. The Virginia law allowing the forced sterilization of the so-called “feebleminded” was upheld as constitutional. Carrie … Continue reading

When the Human Element Is Not Enough

Every one of us will have to face death one day. Dr. Paul Kalanithi gives a stirring account of facing his own mortality in his recently-published, posthumous memoir When Breath Becomes Air. His insights about death and the interesting journey … Continue reading

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