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Not Peace But A Sword: The Great Chasm Between Christianity and Islam

…in the global fight against secularization and the Culture of Death. In Not Peace but a Sword , Robert Spencer argues they're both wrong—and warns Christians against the danger of thinking that Islam is an easy ally. Many Christian groups, including the Catholic Church, do recognize…


From Star Wars to Superman: Christ Figures in Science and Superhero Films

…in Planet of the Apes •    Tron’s parallels between Christianity and the Roman Empire. . . and much more about other science fiction and superhero shows! Christians who enjoy popular culture will greet this fun book with interest and acclaim.   From Star Wars to…

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Saint Paul- Written by Pope Benedict XVI

Saint Paul is one of the most important figures in Christian history. As Saul of Tarsus he vigorously persecuted Christianity, even collaborating in the death of Saint Stephen, the first Christian martyr. Paul's encounter with the resurrected Jesus on the road to Damascus changed his life, the…


Catholic Bioethics and the Gift of Human Life: Third Edition

…" —  E. Christian Brugger, Associate Professor of Moral Theology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences “With so much bioethical thinking supporting the ‘culture of death,’ I can think of no better champion of a ‘culture of life’ than…


Dictionary of Quotes From The Saints

…Friendship? Politics? Aging? The death of a loved one? Gossip? Laughter? Play? Discover the striking parallels and solid agreement in the teachings of saints who lived in many different ages, places, and cultures, yet drew from the same well of ancient Christian wisdom. Explore an array of the best…

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The Everlasting Man

…used the tremendous gifts he was blessed with to address burning issue of his day (and ours). Shortly before his death, when asked what Christian writers had helped him most, famous Christian convert C.S. Lewis remarked, "The contemporary book that has helped me the most is Chesterton's The…

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History of the Catholic Church: From the Apostolic Age to the Third Millennium

…steadfast guardian of belief in his life, death, and resurrection. The teachings and redemptive works of Jesus as told in the Gospels are expressed by the Church in a coherent and consistent body of doctrine, the likes of which cannot be found in any other Christian body. The history of the Catholic…


12 Inspiring Religious Paintings & Their Meanings

Being Catholic doesn't mean that I spend all day praying, listening to Christian music, and watching EWTN. When I travel, I visit museums as part of my must-see list. On previous trips I didn't look forward to seeing religious paintings at all, but to my own surprise, they were what captivated me…

How Holy Week is Celebrated Around the World

…physically, as if we had been there with Him, two thousand years ago. In other words, Holy Week is when Christians observe the anniversary of the last days of Jesus' life on earth—His passion, death, and resurrection—with a special love and gratitude that involves meditating in a deeper way on the…

The Virgin Martyrs as Models of Purity

…disordered culture. In a culture where impurity assaults us, the Church offers many models of virtue to us and to our young women. They stand in stark contrast to the feminine role models offered to us by the disordered world. Here are the inspiring stories of four virgin-martyrs who suffered death

Crucifix Style Choosing Made Simple

…into Christians.  Many of the ancient pagan symbols were not only "Christianized" but used as tools to teach the Christian faith.  The ancient Celts had a symbol called the sun wheel which emphasized the importance of the sun as well as everlasting life. The ancient Christian evangelizers…

St. Kateri Tekakwitha, a Model Saint for Our Times

…have been detrimental to the fostering of a Christian vocation. “Kateri impresses us by the action of grace in her life in spite of the absence of external help and by the courage of her vocation, so unusual in her culture. In her, faith and culture enrich each other! May her example help us to…

The Story of Mary Magdalene and the First Easter Egg

…among Christians in Apostolic times. And we often find Mary Magdalene depicted in icons holding a red egg. Moreover, the story fits into the various cultural traditions already surrounding the symbol of the egg. THE EASTER EGG TRADITION For many cultures, even before the time of Christianity, the…

A Catholic's Guide to Halloween

…[caption id="attachment_19655" align="aligncenter" width="950"] The "Dance of Death" depicted in medieval art.[/caption] * When European Catholics immigrated to the predominantly Protestant America, bringing their cultural Catholic customs with them (i.e. celebrations of liturgical feasts), it was…

The Exorcism Formula & Blessing Ritual of the St. Benedict Medal

…most notably because of the organization and stability he brought to monastic life in the earliest centuries of Christianity, enabling the Church to lay the foundation of Western culture and civilization following the collapse of the Roman Empire. During his life he was known to work many miracles…

St. Joseph in the Sky at Fatima: The Pious Belief in the Assumption of St. Joseph

…the Holy Family, did not have to wait until the Second Coming of Christ to have his soul reunited to his body. Since the beginning of the Church, Christians have venerated the relics of deceased saints and built churches over the tombs holding their bones. We have first-class relics of the Apostles…

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