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Science-fiction can be a difficult genre of film for non-geeky, Average Joes and Janes to get their heads around. Often, the creation of new... (Read more)
Speaking at a memorial service for the five Dallas police officers killed by a gunman in retaliation for police shootings of blacks, President... (Read more)
When Zélie and Louis Martin, the parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, were canonized in 2015, it must have crossed the minds of many in the Church: ... (Read more)
In a summer ranging from uninspired retreads  (“Now You See Me 2,” “Independence Day: Resurgence”) to big-budget original busts (“The BFG”) to at... (Read more)
During this month of political conventions, when America’s two major parties adopt platforms designed to further their particular goals, it’s... (Read more)

The Way of Beauty

The House We Live In

By Sr. Joan L. Roccasalvo, C.S.J.

The photos tell heartrending stories of a nation and a world in great pain.  In America, racial division and violence; elsewhere, religious... (Read more)
I would like to continue reflecting on Fleming Rutledge’s extraordinary book The Crucifixion, which I consider one of the most insightful... (Read more)
In the dead of winter every year thousands of pro-lifers throng the streets of downtown Washington making a public statement on behalf of life.... (Read more)
On Saturday, December 7, 2013, Pope Francis addressed a delegation from the Dignitatis Humanae Institute  gathered for a conference in Rome. Their... (Read more)
In clearing out my “Viewpoint” shoebox for June, I found a few items that might interest readers. Here are three. Does God send terror... (Read more)

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