Many good people reject the Catholic Church for what they consider to be its absurd teachings. Archbishop Patrick John Ryan shows that these souls are mistaken not in condemning absurd teachings, but in believing those teachings to be Catholic.
This booklet charts Lewis’s journey from practical atheism to his conversion to Christianity, and thereafter, to becoming Professor of English at Cambridge and one of the best known Christian apologists of his age.
In this new edition of a modern classic, Thomas Howard contrasts the Christian and secular worldviews, refreshing our minds with the illuminated view of Christianity as it imbued the world in times past.
This work analyzes how the three key elements of a democratic society - freedom, equality, and fraternity - have been misconstrued by intellectuals and policy makers who do not respect the limitations of the human condition.