- Jan 23
I wasn't Catholic or even considering Catholicism when I saw Pope Benedict XVI in early September 2010. I was a twenty-year-old college...
- Oct 26, 2022
Left Behind vs. Lord of the World
People will be speculating about the end of the world until it actually arrives. In my day we've had the Y2K scare, an obsession with...
- Oct 7, 2022
Our Lady of the Rosary
In the most recent episode of the Considering Catholicism podcast, "Explaining the Rosary to a Protestant," Greg promised a blog post on...
- Sep 19, 2022
Have You Ever Seen a Miracle?
Most people would say no, they haven't seen a miracle. Miracles don't happen that often, right? But what if I told you that a miracle...
- Sep 1, 2022
It's Church History, Charlie Brown!
I have a confession to make: when I browse my local newspaper, I'm often more interested in the funnies than the actual news. This...
- Aug 19, 2022
The Blood of the Martyrs
In a recent episode of the Considering Catholicism podcast, Greg and I discussed two twentieth-century Catholic novels: Graham Greene's...
- Aug 1, 2022
Why Do Catholics Have a Pope?
Among all Christian denominations, only Catholics have a single, visible “head” of their Church. Why?
- Jul 15, 2022
What Happened to Catholicism in America Over the Last 50 Years?
Over the last 50 years, the Catholic Church in America has shrunk, and Catholicism's influence on American culture has plummeted. Why?