Readers question (Too pessimistic about sexless reproduction?) and nuance (It could prevent diseases) and realize (Those are my citations!) and thank (Win Bassett).
Can you find the irony?
Of Councils & Popes Francis Oakley’s article (“Authoritative & Ignored,” October 24, 2014) is provocative and interesting, but some of...
'I am surprised and saddened that the editors would print such a remark.' The author responds.
Letters from readers on recent articles about 'true Catholic art,' contraception, and religious education.
Continuing the debate on programs like POLST (Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment).
Continuing Cathy Kaveny's conversation about catechesis, one reader raises a challenge for the church.
Readers respond to stories on the emotional causes of war, the synod on the family, and curial reform.
Responses from readers to recently published articles on poetry and politics, book reviews, and more.
Gary Gutting responds to Brian Davies regarding Denys Turner’s 'Thomas Aquinas: A Portrait.'
Readers write in favor of using "cup" over "chalice" in the mass, and respond to Cardinal Walter Kasper's remarks about women's ordination.