Registered in Heaven: Peter Hitchens on God’s Role in Civil Society

There’s been much public discussion in recent years about the role of God and religion in government and civil society.  Some want to remove all signs and mentions of God from the public sphere. In his excellent 2010 book “The Rage Against God: How Atheism Led Me to Faith,” journalist Peter Hitchens recounts not only [Read More...]

Hurricane Sandy on Bikes in New York City

The cleanup of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy continues, with many people getting desperate for food, shelter, gas, electricity and safety. Some of the best ways to help are through the Red Cross and Catholic Charities. If you’d like a first-person look at what Sandy was like in downtown Manhattan, filmmaker Casey Neistat created [Read More...]

Feminine, Faithful, Free and Bold: One Woman’s Journey Toward Love & Liberation with the Saints

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“In a sense, Teresa of Avila was a party girl.” That may not be the common perception of the beloved saint, but it’s a personality trait that intrigued author and EWTN host Colleen Carroll Campbell, who was a Catholic college student hungry for a deeper relationship with God when she first started exploring Teresa’s life. [Read More...]

Happy Halloween from The Christophers

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A colleague took this picture at a Jack-o-Lantern festival and shared it with me for obvious reasons: [Read more...]


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