September 22, 2008
I am expected, I was told, to say a few words about the “Apostolate of the Pen.” Let me confess that I would prefer not to do so, for I am afraid of big words. Moreover, any expression intended to designate some human activity should be used by those it concerns to mean the kind of task
Barack Obama's debt to a Catholic boss
How will priests fund their retirement?
Allan Figueroa Deck on ethnic ministry
The innocent victims of wartime violence
And God Saw That It Was Good As both a scientist and a Christian, I appreciated “Teaching Evolution,” by Paul Cottle (9/15). But there are several important theological aspects of the debate that he and other Christian apologists for evolution seem to ignore. First, a basic tenet of evol