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“Platform” Can Help Gospel “Get Noticed in a Noisy World”

In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI said this to a group of young people:  “I appeal to you:  bear witness to your faith through the digital world … employ these new technologies to [Read More...]

Poetry as Religion

By Dr. George Nicholas Outside my office door there is a poster portrait of John F. Kennedy. His expression is reflective, fingertips raised pensively to his chin, his musing gaze fixed on [Read More...]

Train New Catholic Leaders

 Robert P. George answers Gregorian Fellows’ questions. We are presenting daily suggestions on how to promote Catholic identity in public life. Today: Train the young. Yesterday, I wrote about the education the [Read More...]

Celebrate Catholic Identity in Public Life

American Catholics have too often fallen into a self-defeating pattern. Call it the ghetto syndrome. The ghetto syndrome started years before the ghetto, in 1634 when Cecil Calvert’s Catholic settlers headed to [Read More...]

LIVE FROM TOPEKA:  Benedictine College and Kansans Rally for Religious Freedom

The Benedictine presence loomed large at the Kansas Fortnight for Freedom rally for religious liberty. Buses and a caravan left from Benedictine College and Maur Hill-Mount Academy. Benedictine College President Stephen D. [Read More...]

Illustration: What Does the Ruling Mean for Religious Liberty?

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty had this helpful illustration on the Supreme Court and the HHS mandate last week. Illustration: What Does the Ruling Mean for Religious Liberty? June 28, 2012 [Read More...]

“The Unintended Reformation” by Brad S. Gregory:  A Gregorian Book Review

By Ron Ratliff | A former Protestant pastor and a scholar who has published works on C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton, Mr. Ratliff entered the Catholic Church at 2011’s Easter vigil. He [Read More...]

“The Bible Made Impossible” by Christian Smith: A Gregorian Book Review

 Christian Smith’s book helps Catholics engage evangelicals By Ron Ratliff | A former Protestant pastor and a scholar who has published works on C.S. Lewis and G.K. Chesterton, Mr. Ratliff entered the [Read More...]