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John Grondelski
This Sunday’s Gospel makes crystal clear that the unbreakable link between the Eucharist and the priesthood is not a human invention, but is willed and intended by the Lord.
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Mary Harrell
I’m one of the many mothers who is reluctantly, for the first time ever, putting a toe in the waters of home schooling this fall.
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John Clark
God does not assess our guilt as it compares to others; God is not a college professor who grades “on the curve.”
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Angelo Stagnaro
The Catholic Church has always been open to science.
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Edward Pentin
What could have been a golden opportunity to preach the Gospel in the midst of suffering has instead brought aggressive church restrictions and flippant liturgical practices.
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Jessica Pipes
A famous sickbed conversion was only the beginning of his story of patience, perseverance and trust.
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Shaun McAfee
“By preparing children for First Communion we introduce them into the principal mystery of Christian life.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Sherry Antonetti
What is mercy, but God’s love poured out? I cannot think of anything world need more.
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John Grondelski
What is the problematic methodology undergirding the PAL’s new document?
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Anna Abbott
Our Lord never sugarcoated his message to make it more agreeable.
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Jim Graves
“His rebuilding of the mission was worthy of the heroic padres who had founded it on the wastelands...”
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Lauretta Brown
The Planned Parenthood founder praised Nazi eugenic efforts and expressed contempt for “those elements at large in the population whose children are a menace to the national health and well-being.”
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Edward Pentin
The director of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions’ AsiaNews press agency says the reported cyberattacks are part of the Chinese Communist government’s efforts to ‘control the Vatican.’
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Kevin Di Camillo
“If the peace of the Church causes joy in heaven, then divisions must give birth to grief.”
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Robert Seelig
Death is never easy, but through our faith we have the promise of everlasting life and peace.
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Alexandra Greeley
After the completion of his Vatican assignment, Msgr. Nalty moved back to New Orleans in 2008, and lives in a parish near the best New Orleans restaurants.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. Martha is considered to be the patron of homemakers, servants, and unmarried women.
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Amy Smith
What the patron saint of cooks and a beloved Bible verse can teach us about faithful living around the dinner table.
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Patti Armstrong
Devotion to Saint Anne, honored as the holy mother of Mary and grandmother of Jesus, was popular among early Christians.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. James the Greater is honored July 25, and he is the patron saint of Spain, arthritics, soldiers and pilgrims.
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Joseph Pearce
An episode of the old Batman series offers an exposé on the pretentiousness of modern art.
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Dave Armstrong
Can apostolic succession be historically proven? Yes.
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Kathy Schiffer
The Ruth Institute’s conference explores the tragic effects of an “anything goes” culture.
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Rachel Zamarron
“Almighty ever-living God, who consecrated the first fruits of your Apostles by the blood of Saint James, grant, we pray, that your Church may be strengthened by his confession of faith and constantly sustained by his protection.”
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Thomas Craughwell
Spanish knights who drove the Moors from their homeland, and then conquered Central and South America, took St. James as their protector.