The internet is the single greatest collection of human knowledge in history, but with the answer to nearly any question easily accessible, what purpose does the need for cognition serve in the modern world?
Tim White offers advice on whether it’s appropriate for someone to apologize to a neighbor whom he’s seen not fully clothed.
Keeping consistent with his predecessors, Francis explains that scientific theories are welcome in the Church—a declaration that hopefully ends the debate for confused Catholics.
Politicians pursue theological endeavors when the Hill fails their deeper needs—a trend that could mitigate partisan gridlock.
A new survey illustrates the most popular petitions among Americans, as well as how income, race and religious affiliation affect daily prayer.
Father and master yogi reflects on his family's amusing and peculiar immersion into cloth diaper culture.
Popular zombie fiction often blames the shambling hordes on an infection that alters brain function. In this case, fact has fiction beat: the T. gondii microbe hijacks human brains already.
If you’re preparing for the zombie apocalypse, you might want to read up on olfaction—the undead are known to rely on their sense of smell.