Philip Jenkins is a Distinguished Professor of History at Baylor University and author of The Great and Holy War: How World War I Became a Religious Crusade.
Easter 1916: Blood, Sacrifice and Holy War
Church Going … Going … Not Gone …
The 9 Laws of Liturgy, Especially in Advent
The Klan and the Catholics
The “Other” Lost Scriptures
Learning to Read the Bible the Way Jesus Did
The Provocative “King Jesus”
Finding Jesus in Zechariah
Rediscovering King Jesus
Amputee from the waist down is thankful every day to be alive
Bret Thoman, OFS
What Padre Pio saw in the Spanish Flu of 1918
Mystery of crosses on walls of Church of the Holy Sepulchre may h...
Fr. Patrick Briscoe, OP
St. Faustina’s coffee cup and lessons for Divine Mercy Sund...
St. Padre Pio: His life, his miracles and his legacy
Padre Pio’s favorite prayer of petition
Catholic prayers for strength