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Uber Drivers: Involving Us in the Way the Spirit Moves

By Ryan and Mary-Rose Verret | New arenas of evangelization are out there and recently we had the joy of being on the receiving end. It was our first time in Phoenix, Arizona and there was even a well-coordinated theme we were...

Cardinal Sarah: We Need Silence, to Hold to Doctrine and to Pray

By Edward Pentin | “Silence isn’t just for the monastic life,” Cardinal Robert Sarah said yesterday at the launch in Rome of the German edition of his book, The Power of Silence — Against the Dictatorship of Noise. “We all need...

Religious Brother Is a Misunderstood Vocation, Peter Kreeft's New Book on Augustine, and More!

By Tito Edwards | Religious Brothers Day Celebrates a Forgotten and Misunderstood Vocation in the Church - Brother Silas Henderson S.D.S., Aleteia Peter Kreeft’s Book Introduces Readers to the Brilliance...

19 Points of Advice for Fighting the Devil

By Patti Armstrong | The exorcists I consult occasionally for articles have personally seen a lot of the devil’s theatrics: levitation, room temperature suddenly and drastically dropping, people knowing foreign languages they...

Pregnant in a Catholic School

By Janet Morana | Mainstream media outlets generally avoid stories that have a pro-life moral, but this week there has been wall-to-wall coverage of a high school senior who was not allowed to walk at her graduation from a...

DeVos Upsets the NYTimes by Refusing to Punish ‘Schools That Discriminate’

By Joan Desmond | “Betsy DeVos Refuses to  Rule Out Giving Funds to Schools That Discriminate.” The May 24 New York Times headline marked an escalation in the partisan battle against school choice initiatives that have...

SDG Reviews ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’

By Steven D. Greydanus | Even skeptics of the franchise must admit, I think, that the Pirates of the Caribbean films have generally aimed higher and been smarter than might have been expected. The...

‘Glow Kids’ Confirmed My Hunches (and Gave Me Hope)

By Sarah Reinhard | I live in a world of contradiction: while I love technology in ways that make me jump up and down and squeal in excitement, I also can’t deny the pleasure in screen-free afternoons and a brand-new hardcover...

Courage Teaches Joy of True Friendship to a Lonely Culture

By Father Philip Bochanski | Last November, I was invited to the Diocese of Orlando, Florida, to speak to priests and others in parish and diocesan ministry. I got up early on the morning of the...

A Year After ‘Amoris Laetitia’: Marriage-Ministry Reform Sees First Fruits

By Peter Jesserer Smith | ROYAL OAK, Mich. — When Jamie Onica and Shawn Tryon celebrate the sacrament of matrimony in September, the couple will have prepared for marriage via the kind of...