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[VIDEO] How to Discuss Hard Moral Questions with Kids: Interview with Leila Miller and Trent Horn

Leila Miller and Trent Horn are two of my favorite people. They’re both smart, joyful, winsome, and faithful. Leila is a Catholic blogger and mother of eight children, and Trent is a staff apologist at Catholic Answers, where he writes books and engages skeptics on the radio. Together they’ve written a new book titled Made This Way: How to Prepare … Continue reading

Why You Should Read G.K. Chesterton’s “Lepanto” Today

Today is the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, which was commissioned after the pivotal Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, a key turning point in the history of the world. Muslim forces were threatening to attack both Venice and Rome, which would likely have led to the collapse of Christian Europe. If the Islamic forces had won … Continue reading

[VIDEO] “Mary Poppins” and Catholicism: An Interview with Julian Ahlquist

Today, Catholics are celebrating the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, when at the end of her life she was assumed body and soul into Heaven. Which makes it the perfect time to share this fun discussion I had with Julian Ahlquist, founding faculty member of Chesterton Academy, about Mary Poppins and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Julian makes a strong case that Mary … Continue reading

Sex, Science, God, and Atheism: Interview about “Why I Am Catholic”

A couple exciting items about my new book, Why I Am Catholic (And You Should Be Too). First, the book recently earned a 1st Place Award from the Catholic Press Association for being this year’s best “Popular Presentation of the Catholic Faith.” So exciting! Second, I was recently interviewed about the book by Angelus News, the newspaper for the Archdiocese … Continue reading

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