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Peter Jesserer Smith
Belief in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist is a key marker to the Archdiocese of Detroit’s plan for Catholic renewal.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
The only religion that has forgiveness and reconciliation at its very foundation is Christianity.
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Edward Pentin
Father Maurizio Chiodi and Father Pier Davide Guenzi currently teach moral theology at the University of Northern Italy in Milan, and both are well known for their questioning of moral absolutes.
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Matthew Archbold
An increasingly post-Christian culture is at war with the notion that humans are different from the animals
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Susanna Spencer
It is good to examine how couples might apply each of the cardinal and theological virtues to their acceptance of children
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Edward Pentin
Citing “serious theological errors and heresies” in the Amazon Synod’s working document, they call on the faithful to pray and fast over a 40 day period to prevent such errors being approved.
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Joseph Pronechen
The feast of The Most Holy Name of Mary was officially instituted in the Church after the Lepanto-like victory at the Battle of Vienna.
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Pat Cross
May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
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Edward Pentin
On the papal plane from Madagascar on Tuesday, Pope Francis said he always welcomes constructive criticism but not ‘pills of arsenic’ which he says can come from ‘rigid’ critics who hide behind orthodoxy and should be treated ‘with meekness.’
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Joseph Pearce
In the face of faithless and irrational disenchantment Tolkien and Lewis have blessed us with powerful works of re-enchantment.
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Alexandra Greeley
“Be not afraid,” says Cecilia Glembocki, “to show your faith!”
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Bishop Robert Barron
Yes to social justice! And yes to evangelizing! And down with Kantian reductionism!
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Patti Armstrong
“He opened the crate and pulled out the ninth station and sent me a picture from his phone. It took my breath away.”
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Steven D. Greydanus
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Edward Pentin
Akamasoa youngsters gave an exuberant and joyful welcome on Our Lady’s birthday, not only to Pope Francis, but also Father Pedro Opeka — indicative of the great affection the Madagascan poor have for him.
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John Clark
The truth is, abortion can bring about hurt, pain, and a deep sense of regret that can be difficult to overcome.
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Tom Nash
Providing Sponsors to Needful Parents of Religious-Ed Students
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Pat Cross
“The greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion.” —St. Teresa of Calcutta
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Lauretta Brown
Her comments both before and after her ouster in July, for not conforming with Planned Parenthood’s ‘abortion rights advocacy’ model, suggest that she does.
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Edward Pentin
Africa is characterized by a natural transmission of life among the people and a joy that’s contagious.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. Zechariah the Prophet (not the father of St. John the Baptist) can be found on the Sept. 6 page of the current Roman Martyrology.