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Robert P. Imbelli
The doctrine of atonement has fallen into disfavor in some theological circles and into general neglect in Catholic life. Margaret Turek's new book offers insights about the doctrine's importance.
Thomas P. Rausch
Papal infallibility is not always properly understood. Some on the right think that the magisterium can resolve every question or problem with a declaration. Those on the left often grow impatient and dispute its interventions.
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
Science fiction and religion might not seem like the most natural of bedfellows—but religion is usually a prominent theme in most contemporary sci-fi.
Arts & CultureVantage Point
Willis E. McNelly
In 1980, Dr. Willis E. McNelly, a pioneer in the academic study of science fiction as a literary genre, offered his thoughts to 'America' on sci-fi and religion.
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
With the death of Frederick Buechner earlier this month, the nation lost one of its most profound novelists—as well as a spiritual writer of great depth and range.
FaithVantage Point
James Martin, S.J.
From 1995: James Martin, S.J., asked a number of the leading figures of American Catholicism to answer a short but complicated question: How can I find God?