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Interview with Robert George – What Is Marriage?

  Last year, Our Sunday Visitor asked me to write a special section for their newsweekly on marriage. The centerpiece was a 4,000-word article titled “The 10 Best Arguments for “Same-Sex Marriage”…and Why They’re Flawed”. I also wrote a short article on the need for logic and charity when discussing controversial topics like marriage. One big highlight of preparing the … Continue reading

Fr. Barron on “Gay Marriage” and the Breakdown of Moral Argument

With clarity and precision, Fr. Robert Barron comments on our loss of “the capacity even to have a coherent moral conversation,” specifically regarding marriage. He follows philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre who, in his book After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory, noted how our culture no longer has the common background, vocabulary, and logical skills needed to discuss tough moral issues. … Continue reading

(Video) Interview with Matt Fradd – On Pornography, Masculinity, and Atheism

Today I have the great pleasure of interviewing Matt Fradd. Matt was born in Australia—hence the wicked accent which makes him sound 36% more intelligent—but now lives and works in San Diego, California for the well-known apostolate, Catholic Answers. As a Catholic apologist, Matt helps people discover the beauty and truth of Catholicism. His strongest passion is to help atheists … Continue reading


Fr. Barron on Sex, Love, and God

Fr. Robert Barron comments on the Church’s counter-cultural teachings on marriage and sexuality showing how they point to God’s love for the world. The Catholic philosophy of sex differs from both Puritanism, a blanket repression of sexual desire, and the “Playboy” mentality, which is all about self-indulgence.   His commentary evokes many of the same ideas in Christopher West’s new … Continue reading

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