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Fr. George Rutler
Many of our great metropolises have become hospices for lapsed believers.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The robot Sophia has enchanted the world with her advanced artificial intelligence, but human beings may be missing her implicit warning that human moral conduct will determine our future with AI-robots.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Although Jane Doe has obtained an abortion, the Justice Department wants to make sure the ACLU cannot use the case for its larger legal abortion strategy.
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Patti Armstrong
“I’m convinced that the way this gender thing has spread is demonic.”
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
The Church honors St. Rufus Nov. 21.
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Jim Graves
“One of the keys for young people, I believe, is to create a space for silence. ... This silence is critical to discerning a vocation and the moral life.”
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Susanna Spencer
The Modern Traditionalist loves ancient beauty and eternal truth, but does not shy away from new things.
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Kevin Di Camillo
Remember those souls in purgatory who have no one to pray for them
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Marge Fenelon
Rejoice! Advent Meditations with Mary by Fr. Mark Toups is a simple Advent reflection book for anyone with a busy schedule
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Joanna Bogle
The Church is on the side of the poor, and always must be.
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Joseph Pronechen
The tour highlights efforts for repentance, reform and renewal in the Church’s current situation
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Edward Pentin
Built over St. Benedict’s birthplace, the basilica was almost totally destroyed in 2016 but rebuilding will take many years and some locals remain cautious about the restoration plans.
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Anna Abbott
When couples ask for outdoor weddings, it shows not only a disconnect from the parish, but the Church in general.
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Patti Armstrong
Words of advice from Phil Lawler, Marcy Klatt, Edward Sri and George Weigel
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Justin McClain
“To prepare for the Good News, we have to prepare the imagination.”
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Sherry Antonetti
Mary’s life reveals that joy isn’t dependent upon prosperity or an absence of suffering.
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Kathy Schiffer
“In light of recent revelations and questions, we believe it appropriate to respectfully request clarification regarding the specific use of these funds.”
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Angelo Stagnaro
“Redemption is a wondrous work ― God's masterpiece. By it, man disfigured by sin is remade.”
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Dave Armstrong
“The profound concordance of the four senses (of Scripture) guarantees all its richness to the living reading of Scripture in the Church.” (CCC 115)
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Peter Jesserer Smith
For the first time in recent memory, hundreds of lay Catholics gathered on the US bishops fall assembly to demand transparency and accountability following the sex abuse crisis and cover-up.
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Father John P. Cush
Classics from Flannery O’Connor, Walker Percy, Morris West, Graham Greene and Georges Bernanos
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Edward Pentin
The Sunday lunch followed a papal Mass on World Day of the Poor during which the Holy Father called on the faithful to imitate Jesus by helping all those in need, including the unborn, the elderly, and those forced to migrate.
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John Grondelski
It’s worth recalling that, from a Christian perspective, death is not a normal part of life.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
This is no time to be dismissive. This is a time to work together for reform and a new springtime of faith in the Church and in the world.
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Kathy Schiffer
Resources on the abuse crisis are assembled in a convenient e-reader
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John Clark
The bishops must recognize the paramount importance of teaching doctrine, rather than running from it or “spinning” it.
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Matthew Archbold
Souls are being lost while the bishops fail to act.