A research library at an Ohio university houses what it calls “the largest dedicated collection of materials on Mary in the world,” and its doors are as open as the Blessed Mother’s arms.
Marian library seeks to show Mary through ancient eyes, new perspectives
‘The Genesis of Gender’: A rigorous but compassionate look at transgenderism
Abigail Favale’s “The Genesis of Gender” is a timely counterbalance to the confusion and division promulgated by gender activists who populate many gender and women’s study programs in North American universities. The book rejects the arguments of transgender extremists who look to blur the distinction between male and female for political purposes.
Movie: ‘Beau Is Afraid’
Billed as a dark comedy, writer-director Ari Aster’s deep dive into paranoia is instead a nightmarish, three-hour-long odyssey through a landscape of mental misery.
The nuns living under Chesterton’s floorboards: A chat with Haley Stewart
Human imagination and a gifted mom’s wish to give young readers an adventure — one that helps to both hone deductive reasoning skills and burnish the faith in a delightful way.
Vatican revives centuries’ old school for young artisans
The school offers three specialized programs: woodworking; masonry and decorative and ornamental plastering; and stonework and carving.
Parents are the best online gaming partner kids can have in the fight against predators, say experts
Experts stressed the need for regular conversations between parents and kids about gaming and internet use in general.
‘I don’t have the right to say no,’ says Jewish-born Catholic nun who perseveres to tell story of Holocaust
April 18 marked Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel.
Vatican to bring pope’s encyclicals to life in architecture exhibit
Commemorating 10 years since the election of Pope Francis, the Vatican will physically represent the teachings of his encyclicals at the Venice Biennale international architecture exhibition May 20 to Nov. 26.