In this issue the masterful works of several of the Church’s finest writers is continued from April. In “The Church Crucified”, John Lane explains why unity is a defining mark. John Daly’s article “The Impossible Crisis” gives us assurance in this time of crisis. “Who is Ultimately Responsible for the Universal Loss of Faith?” is this month’s Tumultuous Times segment by Frs. Francisco and Dominic Radecki, CMRI. Stephen Heiner particularly addresses young adults in his article: “The Restoration: College”—which may interest you whether you are college bound or not. Fr. Daniel Ahern tells us about the return of the Chalice, updating April’s remarkable story. The Four Marks editor sings the blues while considering America’s woes. Science writer Hugh Miller gives us the highlights from the creation conference he attended in Rome. David Goldstein’s letters continue with “Democratic and Authoritative Religion”. Cartoonists John Francis Borra and Paul Nichols offer fresh views. Read the story of Fr. Vincent Bowes. Pope Benedict XIV, on Jews and Christians living in the same place, from 1751, is the “Voice of the Papacy” this month. Fr. Brendan Hughes, CMRI gives us “Infallibility: The Church Teaching and the Church Believing”. James Anthony writes about “St. Athanasius: Catholic Model for Our Times.” …and more.