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These Popes’ Advice: Read Dante

While each pontiff has a distinct appreciation for Dante, here are a few reasons modern popes have held in common in their love of the supreme poet. [Read More...]

The True Grit of Early U.S. Catholicism

Here are some samples from a Catechism that prove Catholics of 1798 would wipe the floor with our souls. [Read More...]

Recent Popes’ Favorite Poets

Popes from Pius XII to Francis have quoted some little-known greats. [Read More...]

The Silent Catholic? Dean Koontz’s New Bestseller

In “The Silent Corner,” Dean Koontz paints a terrifying vision of ideological terrorism that aims at a fate worse than death. [Read More...]

Greatest Poet Ever? 12 St. Ephrem Quotes

St. Ephrem the Syrian was a master poet, such that the beauty and skill of his Syriac verse is still studied in academic circles. [Read More...]

21 Saints You Should be Praying To …

The Communion of Saints is such a robust teaching that it can be overpowering. Worse, we can fall into complacency and miss the prompts God is always sending us. [Read More...]

10 Reasons to Love Raymond Arroyo’s ‘Will Wilder’

The Will Wilder series makes great reading for people of all ages. Why? Here are some of the best reasons. [Read More...]

Bishop Barron on the Mission of Every Catholic

“We’ve got to get in the front lines, I mean all of us,” the media-savvy bishop said. [Read More...]