Carson Daly

At the time this article was published, Carson Daly wrote from New York.

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Transubstantiation—The Literal Truth

This is the fifth in an ongoing series of articles on the Real Presence.  Other articles that have appeared in this series are Ralph McInerny’s “The Eucharist and Culture” (December 1998), Peter Kreeft’s “What I Learned From a Muslim About Eucharistic Adoration” (December 1998), Thomas Howard’s “The Hidden Manna” (April 1999), and Bishop Eugene J. … Read more

The Chapel of St. Basil: A Splendid Risk

When most people think of architecture that gives glory to God they think of the cathedrals of the Middle Ages. Although everyone knows that this tradition continues in the construction of countless buildings throughout the world, one rarely hears much about them. In our secular age, the edifices that make headlines tend to be skyscrapers, … Read more

Ireland’s Secret

Alice Taylor is one of Ireland’s best-kept secrets. Although the fifty-eight-year-old housewife from County Cork is well known in her own country as the author of To School Through the Fields, the best-selling book in Ireland’s history, most Americans have never heard of her or of her runaway bestseller. Since it was published in 1988, … Read more

The Blessed Mother: Silent No More

In the fifteen centuries since the Council of Ephesus (A.D. 4 3 1) recognized Mary as the theotokos, the Mother of God, she has accumulated a dizzying array of titles. Tower of Ivory, Star of the Sea, Gate of Heaven, Our Lady of Lourdes, Guadalupe, or Mount Carmel, Our Mother of Perpetual Help, the Black … Read more

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