Music Matters: Love, Sex and Transcendence in Pop Music

Can Beyoncé Move Beyond Her Bodysuits?

“The bodysuits contribute to the sexually powerful and alluring persona that Beyoncé takes on when performing.”

Introverts, Unite! Stop Calling Us Shy!

“In the end, introverts and extraverts need to learn from each other a balance of listening and speaking, contemplation and action.”

Are Wedding Cakes the New Lunch Counter?

Call for Feature Pitches

Hello Kitty Goes into Space

“News like this stirs my heart, reminding me that there is wonder and beauty to be found in this world for those who dare to do something new and creative.”

The Persecution Complex of the Modern Introvert

According to some, extraverts have taken over our churches and our culture, marginalizing introverts in the process. But what if there is no grand conspiracy against introverts?

Keeping the Science Accurate (AKA why Kevin Swanson is wrong about little corpses)

Anne of Green Gables Goes Blond?! (Let’s judge a book by its cover)

Now a More Mature Christian, Brian “Head” Welch, Teams up with Korn again

The Lessons of Black Flight from the South

No longer ‘Just Right’: The Implications of the ‘Goldilocks’ Planet Shift

In Vogue: How a Good Idea Became Exploitative

The Moviegoer: ‘Margaret’ and the Difficulty of Responding to Life’s Traumas

Can the Church Alone Provide Welfare for the Poor?

Charity needs a more comprehensive vision that includes both the Church and the government.

Does the Church Have Room for Science Fiction?

Author Sandra Miesel notes the numerous Catholic authors that have made contributions to the “speculative fiction” genre.