Challenging Islam

Badshahi Mosque, Lahore

Today, we face a political/religious challenge, Islam, in which, avoiding hard truths, exposes us to a real and present danger.    I am not disposed toward the soothingly facile idea embodied in the popular expression, … [Read more...]

The ambiguity of Islam

“When some fanatics kill children, women, and men in the name of pure and authentic Islam, or in the name of the Qur’an or of the Muslim tradition, nobody can tell them: ‘You are not true and authentic Muslims.’ All they can say is: … [Read more...]

The Prophet of Arabia

Mohammed, the founder of the Islamic religion, was born in Mecca, Arabia, in 570 and he died in 632. Father Menezes, the author of this book, lived and worked in India, which has a significant Moslem population. He wrote this book in 1911 … [Read more...]

Understanding Islam

How it is possible for Catholics, or for anyone else for that matter, to know so little about Islam, what it holds about itself, is something of a mystery. No longer is it simply ignorance or lack of interest about some curious or ancient … [Read more...]

NeverWinter Astral Diamonds