Issue: September 2019
Catholicism and science, contrary to popular assumptions, go together.
Overcoming the myth the Catholicism is anti-science.
A reflection on Dante and the nature of reality.
An interview on Pierre Duhem.
On the role of Catholicism in the emergence of science.
An interview with Fr. Slattery, author of Heroism and Genius.
On the reading of the Gospel at the traditional Latin Mass.
On the role the Jesuits played in monitoring and detecting earthquakes.
On the importance of silence for a Catholic life.
On the relationship between science and music.
A blistering analysis of the ideology of scientism.
What is "hope" and why is it important to the Catholic life?
On the horrors of India's caste system.
An examination on how to spread the truth of Christianity to those in the far East.
Questions and answers on tattoos, the prayers of sinners, and "dying with dignity."
- John Henry Newman's Canonization
- Archbishop Sheen's Mortal Remains Return to Illinois
- Notre Dame's Restoration
- Amazonian Synod
- Church Vandalism in Michigan
A conference given by the Society of Saint Pius X's new Superior General, Fr. Davide Pagliarani.
A final thought on the Church and science.