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Dave Armstrong
“Mary ‘remained a virgin in conceiving her Son, a virgin in giving birth to him, a virgin in carrying him, a virgin in nursing him at her breast, always a virgin.’ With her whole being she is ‘the handmaid of the Lord.’’ (CCC 510)
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Joseph Pronechen
Part 5 of 6 installments again shares our readers inspiring and amazing ways St. Thérèse helped them by sending “down a shower of roses from the heaven” and spending her “heaven doing good upon earth.”
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Amanda Evinger
Bishop Athanasius Schneider reminds us that Christ has already conquered the world and its annihilative forces.
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Fr. Roger Landry
William Barr’s comments are a wake-up call for citizens to take seriously the threats to religious liberty and freedom of conscience — and to begin to act.
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Kathy Schiffer
“God helps those who help themselves”
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Matt D’Antuono
Our clothing can still witness to our Catholic faith in the secular world.
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John Grondelski
Howard Husock asks what part the government might play in some of our contemporary social problems.
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Michael Kenney
Every day, no matter how challenging, is a gift.
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Tom Nash
Spirit and Life highlights a variety of churches throughout the United States and abroad
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society is holding the Conference on the Anglican Tradition in the Catholic Church Nov. 15-16, 2019, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Anglicanorum Coetibus.
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Susan Klemond
God can find ways to bless us through every action — even the ones he merely permits.
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Marge Fenelon
Jesus is the Light, and when we seek him, we receive both spiritual and actual sustenance.
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Edward Pentin
The Holy See says the summit, co-convened by the UN Population Fund, focuses too much on ‘a few controversial and divisive issues’ — particularly promotion of abortion and contraception.
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Patti Armstrong
These South American Marian devotions are heaven’s rebuke to idol worship.
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Bree A. Dail
The priests suggest the Rosary and prayers to the Sacred Heart, as well as “some form of penance, such as fasting, abstinence and other forms of mortification”
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Solène Tadié
French philosopher and playwright Fabrice Hadjadj challenges misconceptions about the virtue of humility and praises the quest for glory as an authentically Christian goal.
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Sophia Feingold
A Catholic understanding of the end times prevents apocalyptic mistakes.
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Sarah Reinhard
Three novels that are fun to read (and may leave you better for having read them)
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Steven D. Greydanus
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Father John P. Cush
The great pope and Doctor of the Church offers encouraging wisdom to young priests, seminarians and potential seminarians.
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Jim Graves
The current St. Ignatius was officially dedicated Aug. 2, 1914.
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Robert Klesko
“This kind of life has the glory of God as its only aim.”
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Kathy Schiffer
Nov. 9 is the Feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome
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Alexandra Greeley
“I did the website as a homage to all these people who have families and friends who are really good cooks.”