viernes, 9 de diciembre de 2016
This week at Catholic World Report:
Mary, “the daughter of Eve un-fallen", and God's plan of grace
By Peter M.J. Stravinskas | Essay
The Immaculate Conception is not what the average person thinks it is.
On Meeting Sally Read: Poet, Writer, Convert from Atheism
By K.V. Turley | Profile
From a young age, Read felt her artistic calling, whether expressed through poetry, composing essays, a memoir, or, now, fiction—for her, all of this has a single purpose: the greater glory of God.
How many cheers for capitalism?
By James Kalb | Ecclesia et Civitas
Increasingly, we live in a system that tends to merge public and private, absorb everything into economics and power, and promote a wholly this-worldly way of life.
Catholic Vietnam: Growing despite Communist oppression
While the situation for Vietnamese Catholics has improved in recent decades, threats of violence, coercion, and harassment still exist.
Travesties of Newman
By Edward Short | Books
The editors of a new book of essays on Cardinal John Henry Newman are unable to overcome their own biases in their consideration of the great churchman.
The Dispatch: More from CWR
St. Thérèse of Lisieux and the Christmas Blues
Books for Christmas
Pearl Harbor: A Reflection
"Arrival" and the Unique Manner of God's Speech
John the Baptist reveals the Reason for the Season
Persons or property? Celebrity embryo lawsuit escalates
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