On Consecrating the Entire Economic Order
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute

St. Luke’s account of Zacchaeus in the sycamore tree (19:1-10) is a story rich in spiritual reflection; preachers and Bible-readers, coming from a variety of backgrounds, have explored the narrative unto great profit for the education of the soul.

Top 10 Potential Patron Saints For New Evangelization
Ascending Mount Carmel

The New Evangelization under the guidance of the Holy Father, should be open to a little help from above. One day, there will be patron saints of the New Evangelization itself – but until then, I propose the following ten saints as the most worthy candidates for being patrons of renewal and reform within this movement in the Church

Do Faithful Christians Take the Bible Literally?
Glenn T. Stanton, The Gospel Coalition

I know of no serious, Bible-believing Christian who actually takes the Bible literally. I doubt you do either.

Fewer Protestants, but better Protestants?
Terry Mattingly, On Religion

After decades of sobering statistics about rising intermarriage rates, falling birthrates and their declining flocks, eventually Jewish clergy began talking about a future in which there would be “fewer Jews, but better Jews.”