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      Facing 2020

      “First we overlook evil. Then we permit evil. Then we legalize evil. Then we promote evil. Then we celebrate evil. Then we persecute those...

      A Mother’s Indissoluble Love

      A Blessed Sixth Sunday of Easter to all our readers, which also happens to be the secular commemoration of Mothers' Day, which became widespread...

      God’s Most Perfect Creation

      A blessed and joyous solemnity of the Immaculate Conception to all Catholic Insight readers. Pope Blessed Pius IX, Pio Nono, proclaimed the doctrine of...

      Lumen Fidei

      16. The clearest proof of the reliability of Christ’s love is to be found in his dying for our sake. If laying down one’s...

      Elementary heroes

      Every hero in every story worth telling has at least one thing in common with every other decent hero ever written. Each one must...

      Do Cats Go to Heaven?

      (The Church in her official capacity does not speak much of animals, except in their relation to us humans. They don’t have intrinsic ‘rights’,...

      Secular Franciscans: Who Are They?

      (In light of the memorial of Saint Catherine of Siena, who was a third-order Dominican, readers may enjoy these reflections from John Baldio, on...

      Lawlessness and Trumping Choice

      Besides being the memorial - or, as I like to think of it, the feast - of Saint Thomas Aquinas, this is also the...

      Miracle in “Hell”

      MIRACLE IN "HELL" The 81st Anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War on September 1st has just been celebrated in distant Europe.  Nevertheless,...

      On the Jaws of Death and the Gates of Heaven

      Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889-1977) was a Catholic convert, philosopher, and theologian whose deep thinking prepared him during his long life for fruitful meditations on...