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Since 1982, Crisis Magazine has been America's leading source for Catholic perspectives on religion, culture, and politics. Join editor-in-chief Eric Sammons and leading Catholics on "The Crisis Point."

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A Wicked Generation Seeks Signs

Millions of Americans have witnessed some amazing celestial events recently, including a total solar eclipse and the aurora borealis. Are these signs from God, perhaps of the End Times?

What Should Be the Catholic Approach to Technology?

The recent controversy involving Catholic Answers' "Fr. Justin" AI program raises deeper questions: How should Catholics use technology to advance the Faith? Should we accept and use all new technologies without question?

The Dangers of Liberal Catholicism (Guest: Trent Horn)

For decades "liberal" or "progressive" Catholicism has been dominant in the Catholic Church in America, deeply influencing parishes and parishioners. What are the dangers of this brand of Catholicism, and what can we do to combat it?

Conservatism, Inc. Continues Its Decline

Waffling on abortion, spending billions on foreign wars, playing identity politics, defending moral evils: the Conservative Establishment has little to do with actual conservatism these days. What is the political path forward for conservative Catholics?

My Visit with Sister Wilhelmina

I recently returned from a trip to Gower, Missouri to venerate Sister Wilhelmina, founder of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, and an incorrupt.

Pre-’55 vs. ’62 vs. ’69: A Holy Week Comparison

The 20th century saw many changes to the Catholic liturgy; none more so than during Holy Week. What changes were made, why were they made, and did they help Catholics enter into Holy Week more deeply?

How to Inspire Catholic Men (Guest: Michael Mason)

The Catholic Church is undergoing a crisis of masculinity. Most parishes are dominated by women, and men are rarely at the forefront of spiritual leadership in a parish. What can be done to reinstate men as spiritual leaders?

Fiducia Supplicans Strikes Again

Fiducia Supplicans exposed deep divisions within the Catholic Church, and now it is reaching its tentacles beyond the Church to scuttle attempts at union with non-Catholic churches.

Why Religious Indifference is Deadly

8 out of every 10 Catholics believe that other religions can lead to eternal life. How does this religious indifference impact the Catholic Church's ability to live out her mission to convert the entire world to Catholicism?

Closing the Border Is a Pro-life Issue

Many Catholics— and most Church leaders— support a more open border policy in the United States. But is that truly the most pro-life position?

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