A recent series of articles by three respected Catholic scholars argued for the superiority of the new rite of the Mass over the old. We'll talk to a liturgical expert about the two rites, their relationship, their development, and how they compare.
The number of Catholic marriages are plummeting, and the bishops have a solution: Extend the time for marriage preparation. Why does this solution badly miss the mark and what should be done to address the Catholic marriage crisis?
Advent is the forgotten liturgical season, lost in the secular Christmas season insanity. What can we do to reclaim Advent, to help us be truly prepared for the coming of Christ at Christmas?
It’s obvious our country is deeply divided, and national elections don’t seem to solve the problem. Is there another, more radical, solution that we’re ignoring?
The sudden collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX has raised a lot of uncomfortable questions about the cryptocurrency industry. What happened, and what does this implosion mean for the future of Bitcoin and other cryptos?
The role of a father in a woman’s life cannot be overestimated. Today we’ll talk to a woman whose father was a great example to her about what fathers should do to be good fathers for their daughters. We’ll also look at what women can do who might not have had the best fathers.
Today is Election Day in the United States, so let’s talk about Catholics, voting, and the current electoral situation: Do Catholics have to vote? If so, who should we vote for this year?
The Christian life could be summed up in a nutshell as the pursuit of holiness. Holiness is also the framework of the Sacred Scriptures? But what is holiness? We’ll ask Scott Hahn to break down what the Bible and Catholic tradition say about holiness.
This month Crisis Magazine celebrates its 40th anniversary, and in honor of that we’ll look back at the last 40 years as well as look to the future: how should Catholics live in the midst of today’s deep crisis in both the Church and the world?
G.K. Chesterton is one of the great Catholic literary figures of the early 20th century. His legacy continues to this day, particularly in the field of education. Chesterton expert Dale Ahlquist joins Crisis Point to talk about how Chesterton still has an impact today, particularly in the “Chesterton Schools.”
Every week it seems a new scandal comes out of the Vatican, from financial mismanagement to controversial appointments to officials promoting heresy. What is a Catholic to do in the face of such corruption at the highest levels of the Church?
During the pontificate of Francis there have been increasing calls to “resist” him, including a recent press conference announcing a “formal declaration of resistance to Pope Francis.” Can Catholics resist the pope, and if so, how do they do that without becoming Protestants?
Events in Ukraine have reached dangerous levels, as the threat of a nuclear World War III seem to grow with each passing day. What’s going on? Who’s to blame? How should Catholics respond?
The billion-dollar Amazon series Rings of Power is said to be based on the world of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. But is it a faithful representation of Tolkien’s worldview, or is it a modern bastardization profiting off the Tolkien name?
An upcoming symposium in Dallas, Texas will look at the life of Blessed Karl of Austria, the last Habsburg Emperor who was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 2004. What can we learn from this man?
With the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the accession of King Charles III, Catholics are once again asking: Is there any value to a monarchy that is built upon anti-Catholic foundations?
The Pontifical Academy for Life has created controversy again, recently releasing a book that questioned the Church’s teaching on artificial contraception. What’s behind this attempt to undermine Church teaching?
President Biden and the Left are warning that democracy is under attack from Trump and the MAGA Republicans. But is the threat actually from the Left, and more importantly, is democracy worth defending?