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God and the Imperfect Practice of Medicine

Practitioners need to be humble and, consequently, more human.

When a Mentally Absent Spouse Is Apportioned a Third of a Marriage

Early-onset Alzheimer's disease is creating a peculiar and destructive trend in marriage.

Station to Station: An Interview with Gary Jansen

Today, Brandon Vogt interviews Gary Jansen about his new book, “Station to Station: An Ignatian Journey through the Stations of the Cross.”

Religious Sign Value

The visible sign of men and women in the consecrated life remains ever effective.

“Kingdom Hearts III” and the Essential Goodness of the Heart

The “Kingdom Hearts” series both inspires us with child-like hope and captures the seriousness of our human drama.

St. Josephine Bakhita and the Door to Holiness

Holiness is constant conversion, constant love, and constant self-gift.

What if Christ Appears as Suddenly as an Irish Beach?

When the winds of change carve out a new coast, we can't be afraid to walk it for Christ.

The Woman and the Missing Coin

Author, theologian, and friend of the show Father Jeff Kirby chats with Father Dave about his new book, “God’s Search for Us: Five Truths from a Missing Coin.” He explains the how a commonly overlooked parable relays the message of God's search for his people, and offers insights into our celebration of the Mass.

Martyrdom: Is It Really About Death?

What is the essential act of martyrdom?

The Memorial of St. Agatha

The global experience of the Church in our time is not one of freedom but of persecution.