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St. Thomas More, Saint for All Seasons

Thanks to the 1966 film, A Man for All Seasons, which won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Actor, millions of people have witnessed the remarkable courage of St. Thomas More. With his feast day today, I’d like to focus on three lessons from his life about rights and responsibilities, core themes of Catholic social teaching. First, Thomas reminds us that … Continue reading


[FREE eBook] “The Our Father: Word by Word” by Jennifer Fulwiler

Jen Fulwiler is one of the smartest, most-accomplished people I know. She’s an atheist-to-Catholic convert, mother of six, a Sirius XM radio host, author of the bestselling memoir Something Other Than God (which I LOVED and interviewed her about), and a blogger at (formerly Jen recently asked several bloggers and writers to contribute to a new eBook she … Continue reading

Learning From the Saints

Learning from Young Models of Fortitude and Joy

Today we continue our regular series called “Learning from the Saints.” Our guide is expert Bert Ghezzi, a dear friend of mine and the author of numerous books including Voices of the Saints, Saints at Heart, and Discover Christ: Developing a Personal Relationship with Jesus. His more recent books are The Power of Daily Mass and The Heart of Catholicism. You can learn more about Bert and … Continue reading


[Video] William Lane Craig Speaks on Philosophy and Evangelization at Catholic Seminary

Back in April, William Lane Craig delivered the prominent 2016 Meyer Lecture at Mundelein Seminary. Craig is arguably the leading Christian apologist in the world. Focusing especially on atheism, science, and the Resurrection, he regularly debates philosophers and scientists on questions surrounding God. He’s so polished, clear, and brilliant that in a debate with skeptic Sam Harris, Harris described him as “the … Continue reading

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