In a sermon preached at Oxford around 1825, when he was still an Anglican, John Henry Newman began by saying that in every part of Scripture it is told us again and again, that to make sinful creature
Social Security and the Poor
It is tempting to assess the modern debate over Social Security according to what any proposed changes will do for each of us personally.
Charitable appeals reach their full force across the nation about now, as the asking season roars in like a winter gale.
Symbols Are Not Just Symbols
Many Catholics, perhaps especially among the clergy, continue to be dismayed by the 1994 New York Times survey, according to which over half the Catholics who attend Mass weekly said that they believe
Books and Culture
The American activist and pacifist A. J. Muste once said, There is no way to peace; peace is the way. His maxim is pithy but enigmatic.
Privacy has no enemies. Its friends date back at least to St.
Ex Corde Ecclesiae, the Vatican document issued by John Paul II on Aug.
Columns and Departments
Faith in Focus
Exploring an Alternative Image of Love
While Christmas is the goalthat which we long forit is by no means the end.
Of Many Things