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Angelo Stagnaro
The horrors perpetrated upon humanity by atheists are unparalleled.
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Ann Saladin
As Girl Scouts numbers decline amid the organization’s enthusiastic embrace of progressivism, Christ-centered organizations such as American Heritage Girls and Little Flower Girls’ Club are flourishing.
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Patti Armstrong
Fatima tells the story of the apparitions through the eyes of Lúcia Santos, the eldest of the three seers.
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Kathy Schiffer
Everybody dies. Lent is a reminder of that.
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Jimmy Akin
Ash Wednesday is upon us, and Lent is about to begin. Here are 9 things to know and share...
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Edward Pentin
As secretary of the German bishops’ conference, the Jesuit priest has shaped the direction of the German Church for the past quarter century and has been a leading figure behind its controversial current ‘synodal path.’
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Dave Armstrong
“Let us not hesitate to help those who have died and to offer our prayers for them.” —St. John Chrysostom
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Alexandra Greeley
Connecting food and faith has long been a passion of New York’s Msgr. Vlaun.
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Sherry Antonetti
It is no small thing that the two founders most closely associated with “L’Arche” have been implicated in sexual misconduct.
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Joseph Pronechen
A simple way to make Lent profitable is as easy to find as this new book.
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Patrick Reilly
Catholic students should learn the Truth about the human person in the classroom, and see it lived out.
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John C. Preiss
The spirituality of Sts. Francisco and Jacinta is Trinitarian, Christocentric, contemplative and apostolic.
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Edward Pentin
The Holy Father’s handwritten note of appreciation came in response to Cardinal Müller’s Feb. 12 statement calling Querida Amazonia “a pastoral letter of prophetic power.”
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Patti Armstrong
“It’s that simplicity and childlike trust of doing what Our Lady asks that Jacinta and the other children did to a heroic degree.”
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John Grondelski
The vanishing light in the church from the extinguished candles reminds us that we, as sinners, without Christ, “dwell in darkness.”
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Anna Abbott
Faith strengthens families in a hostile world. Without the witness of families, the Faith weakens.
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Sherry Antonetti
How do we do it? We smile and plunge into it — and draw close to Christ.
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Matt D’Antuono
The idea that the Catholic Church and science are at war is nonsense.
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Susanna Spencer
The loss of the Alleluia can remind us of the joy that is to come.
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Jim Graves
Christ in the City introduces young Catholics to adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and confession.
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Fr. Roger Landry
The Holy Father’s apostolic exhortation Querida Amazonia is a crucial missionary reset for the Church.