Review of “Who Can Be Saved?” by Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J.

Reading Time: 4 minutes             The late Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J was one of the most prominent Roman Catholic scholars in American history.  A frequent contributor to the ecumenical magazine First Things, Dulles wrote on a variety of topics in the context of the Catholic Church’s “developing doctrine.”  In “Who Can Be Saved?”, from the April 2008 edition of […]

A Catholic Immigration Proposal

Reading Time: 12 minutes “The Lord hears the cry of the poor.” – Psalm 34 Part I: Church Teaching Amidst an extremely contentious atmosphere in the broader U.S. political culture, and in the American Catholic Church, it is easy to fall into the fallacious argument of moderation or false equivalence regarding the issue of immigration. Over the past several […]

Pope John Paul II and the Fall of Communism in Poland

Reading Time: 15 minutes By Jenna Drummond The Cold War is defined as a confrontation between capitalism and communism, which peaked between 1945 and 1989. Its origins go back further in history, and its ramifications are still felt today. The Cold War became a competition for leadership, influence, and power in the world. During the peak years of the […]