A new generation of Catholics are making themselves felt in France.
The Anxious BenchRecovering the Ars Moriendi
In an age and culture where many of us will face both knowledge regarding our impending death as well as options regarding how to live our final days, the opportunity for ministry to the dying and by the dying increases exponentially.
Faith on the CouchBe Not Afraid: A Christian Response to Anxiety
Psychotherapy, medication, counseling, prayer, and sacraments can all help in the management of anxiety disorders.
Friendly AtheistArizona House of Representatives Invites a Godless Invocation
Juan Mendez, a 28-year-old Democratic State Representative from Tempe, delivered an invocation before the House began its afternoon session in which he honored his Secular Humanism.
Faith Promoting RumorThe Value of the Outsider's Perspective
The guest's question got me thinking about the role of aesthetics in Mormonism and why some images are acceptable while others are not.
Religion Q&AIs Allah the Father of Jesus?
Robert in New Jersey asks: Is Allah the Father of Jesus?
Peculiar PeopleJoseph Smith, Same-Sex Marriage, and a Mormon Denomination
The Community of Christ, Mormonism’s most progressive denomination, has approved same-sex marriage through a democratic conference. Unsurprising, since Community of Christ members claim to be a “prophetic people” rather than “a people with a prophet.”
God and the MachineVerbum Prepares a Massive Patristic Collection
The editions are full of introductions, critical and supplementary material, and are fully adapted to the Verbum/Logos format.
Why I Am CatholicThe Twilight Zone: The IRS Investigates the Content of Prayers
You probably think I'm making this headline up, but truth is stranger than fiction. Besides, it's all right here on C-Span.
Sermons from the MoundThe Challenges of Pagan Publishing
This is a particularly difficult time for those of us in Pagan Studies and other minor area studies to get our work out to intended audiences.