March 21, 2022

Studying Moral Theology as Easter People

By David Cloutier Commencing his first papal document, Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis warned, “There are Christians whose lives seem like Lent without Easter.” An occupational hazard […]
June 26, 2020

What Am I to Say?

Theologians have more to offer a troubled world than "hot takes." Dr. Joseph Capizzi, Executive Director of the Institute for Human Ecology, reflects on the power of silence for Comment Magazine's new project, Breaking Ground for a World Renewed.
May 9, 2018

March for Life and the President

William Saunders gives readers an up-to-date account of developments in Washington, DC – at the March for Life, in Congress, in the Trump administration, and at the Supreme Court – regarding law and policy that affect the defense and promotion of the right to life.
April 24, 2018

Virtue and Science

Evidence from many sources suggests that there are problems in the current practices of scientific research. There is a growing concern over the trustworthiness of the scientific literature because a number of studies have demonstrated the inability of independent investigators to replicate the results of published experiments.