An Easter season without snark would be a very good thing.
Today, on Easter Tuesday, we are going to talk about the need for a resurrection in our lives, in our culture, as well as Easter itself.
Because God loves irony, as part of its COVID restrictions, the Irish government has made it criminal to celebrate Catholic Mass publicly.
From a man who uses his religious authority as a political tool, it was a stunning display of theological ignorance.
Our lives matter, and life is worth living: Easter reflections on life and the pro-life cause.
J. R. R. Tolkien provided a compelling, persuasive argument for the truth of the faith, well worth remembering this Easter Sunday.
Jesus rises above his trial and execution, the most famous public humiliation in recorded history. The misunderstood and misrepresented have a companion.
We shouldn't forget where the idea that we are all equal, unique personalities, each possessed of unfathomable dignity and inviolable rights, came from.
Like the Gettysburg Address, it shows that brevity is no obstacle for a master rhetorician.
Good Friday reminds us that the red–blue divide in our politics is a proxy for a larger confrontation over the religious character of the nation.