This Week’s Best in Catholic Apologetics features the best articles from around the internet concerning faith proposals and defenses of the Catholicism from Friday of the previous week through Thursday of the current week.
December 27, 2013 | Saint John, Apostle and Evangelist, Pray for Us!
The 12 Days of Christmas Edition:

  • The Pre-Festal Days of Christmas in the Christian East – Prof. Kyle Washut
  • What Did Mary Know? – Michelle Arnold
  • Did St. Joseph Suspect the Virgin Mary of Adultery? – Shamless Popery
  • Was Joseph Really Suspicious of Mary? A View from the Early Church – Michael Barber
  • Reconciling Belief in the Virgin Birth with Science – Stacy Trasancos
  • Why the Christmas Tree is Christian – Michael Durnan
    Week’s Best Faith Proposals & Defenses:

  • The New Homophiles – Austin Ruse
  • Violence is Contrary to God’s Nature – Dr. Matthew Ramage
  • My Journey as a Catholic, Pt. 9: Over-Zealous Convert Syndrome – Jason Liske
  • Did the Apostle Paul (or God) Believe in a Literal Adam? – Peter Enns
  • 10 Easy Steps to Marginalize and Silence Traditional Christians – Shameless Popery
  • The Cognitive Dissonance of Tolerance – Aggie Catholics
  • Priestly Celibacy Deserves a Closer Look – Michael Bradley
  • Are Women Priests a Possibility? – Fr. Dwight Longenecker
  • Ecumenism in a Time of Cancer – Casey Chalk
  • VIDEO: The Central Claim of Christianity – Christopher Stefanick
  • REWIND: Of Popes and Protestants – Shane Schaetzel
  • REWIND: It’s Time to Return to the New Critics – Micah Mattix