Roberto Rivera y Carlo writes from his home in Alexandria, Va.
The story of civilization is the story of how men's hearts were turned toward home.
A lifetime in my skin has taught me about the intersection of beliefs, moods, and personal circumstances in my own life ... and how I am prone to the sin of despair.
It's about more than just a day; it's about a season.
The Internet era has ratcheted the experience of pornography much closer to adultery than most porn users would like to admit.
Would you rather be "happy" or "blessed"?
Faith is a way of knowing, not a warm fuzzy.
Evangelical singles are in fact more likely to engage in sexual relationships than non-evangelicals, and at an earlier age. So what?
Though not obvious, there's a meaningful link between the increase in childless couples and the weakening of marriage among the non-college educated.
Most well-educated women have chosen to stay at home with their babies rather than work in the market economy. Now why would some people find that shameful?
Our marriages are more than simply an expression of mutual affection. They affect the people around us, and are in turn affected by those around us.
Children are no longer viewed as an essential part of what it means to live the "good life." But they are. And parents are better people for them.
The myth of "balance" is one of our culture's most pervasive and destructive myths. And Perpetua did not fall for it.
Our moods, and the biology behind them, don't have to have the final word.
Judith Warner's book, "Perfect Madness" is getting a lot of press, as is the broader topic of mommy anxiety. It's high time to expose Warner's whining.
Becoming a dad is relatively easy, biologically speaking. Becoming a good dad, now that's a whole different story.
What we believe about marriage between a man and a woman has a lot to do with why so many people don't think it's a big deal to redefine it.
For a generation of singles, living life to the fullest could spell the end of life.
Pop culture's ideas about relationships are hard to escape, and counter to the very thing we so hope to find.
Paganism’s not just on Buffy and Charmed; it’s spreading on campus. Understanding its appeal is the key to confronting it.
The movie got rave reviews. But the best experience, says this reviewer, is reserved for those who have read the book.
You have to wonder about a worldview that justifies violence against women.
When you think of gambling, what comes to mind? Tawdry showgirls and Vegas "adventures," or your roommate's computer and Saturday's home football game? It may be time to rethink.
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