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‘The true history of the Church is that of the saints and the martyrs,’ the Holy Father said at daily Mass on April 21, reflecting on the persecution of Christians.
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Anti-Religion Forces Trump Religious Liberty in the Hoosier State
Abortion Provider Funded on Scale of Small Country
Hostile Backlash Abounds
Andrew Cuomo Jeopardized Initiative He Publicly Endorsed
Syriac Catholic Patriarch Discusses Homeland’s Uncertainty
During Triduum, Holy Father Urges Faithful to Live Humility and Service
St. John Paul II Scholar Joins Consultors
St. Thérèse and Leonie Show How Brothers and Sisters Cultivate Kindred Holiness
Family Matters: Catholic Culture
Can a person who has come late into Mass (even for a good reason) still receive the Eucharist? I go to Mass in a small town, and there is no other Mass to go to if the Sunday obligation has not been fulfilled.
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World Meeting of Families’ Host City’s History and Saints
Reflections Following the Death of Leonard Nimoy
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The story of Pope Benedict's pontificate.
See you at the March for Life.
Jennifer Roback Morse on the enormous consequences of redefining an institution.
What the American College of Pediatricians and others say about the risks.
Learn about the support group for same-sex attracted Catholics.
The reality of sex-selection abortion abroad — and at home.
Serrin Foster's efforts bear fruit on campuses.
Web-only reflections on forthcoming Mass readings.
See how Catholic universities answer 10 questions about their Catholic identity.
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