Monogenism or Polygenism: The Question of Human Origin; Guiding Children to Their Vocation and More!

The Best in Catholic Blogging

Monogenism or Polygenism?: The Question of Human Origins by Edward Feser, PhD, of Strange Notions -

Guiding Our Children to Discover Their Vocation – Jessica Archuleta, Catholic Exchange

11 Most Annoying Things to Say to a Theology Major - Ryan Mayer, Epic Pew

Marriage and Fatherhood: Adventures in Humility – Ben Ewing, Catholic Exchange

Curiosity, Wonder, and Wisdom – J. C., Ignitum Today

Sword and Serpent: An Interview with Dr. Taylor Marshall – Sam Guzman, The Catholic Gentleman

In Defense of My Apologetic on Mary – Nick Hardesty, Catholic Stand

The Great Holy Days Surrender - Pastor Iuventus, Catholic Herald

Concerning Bishop Robert Lynch’s Column on Same-Sex 'Marriage' – Doctor Ed Peters, In the Light of the Law

Modern Culture has Declared War on Masculinity – Father Robert McTeigue SJ, Aleteia∝

Vatican Theologians Recognize Romero Is a Martyr – Super Martyrio

Does Doctrine Matter? – James Kalb, Crisis Magazine

For the Most Recent in 'The Best in Catholic Blogging' click on

Follow 'The Best in Catholic Blogging' via on facebook and twitter.

Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray testifies Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

FBI Investigation of Catholics, and Advent Reflections From a Former Muslim (Dec. 9)

A new report released this week details the extent of the FBI’s weaponization of law enforcement against traditional Catholics. Catholic News Agency staff writer Joe Bukuras brings us the latest about how far the FBI went in looking for possible domestic terrorists within traditional churches. Also, we hear the conversion story of Register blogger Zubair Simonson who wrote, ‘Advent Thoughts About Gaza and Israel, From a Muslim Who Became Catholic.’