Julia Duin

At the time this article was published, Julia Duin was the culture page editor for the Washington Times.

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The Single Life

Many single Catholics know that marriage and family are at the heart of life. Even though Paul advises that the single life is best for those who are called to it (1 Corinthians 7), few are willing to take him up on the offer. However, according to media reports and the U.S. Census Bureau, more … Read more

Acting Like a Saint

A large, ecumenical crowd poured into Portland’s Civic Auditorium one September day in 1982 to see what seemed like an oxymoron: a Catholic actor. Leonardo Defilippis, 30, who had given up a lucrative six-year stint as a Shakespearean actor at San Diego’s Globe Theater and Oregon’s Ashland Shakespeare Festival, was going for broke that day … Read more

Bernard Nathanson’s Conversion

One cold January morning in 1989, Bernard Nathanson, famous Jewish abortionist-turned atheistic-pro-lifer, began to entertain seriously the notion of God. Seven years later, thanks to a persistent Opus Dei priest, the sixty-nine-year-old doctor, author of Aborting America and The Abortion Papers, is becoming a Roman Catholic. Even though pro-lifers have had him on their prayer … Read more

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