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“Despotism may be able to do without faith, but freedom cannot,” said Alexis de Tocqueville. Today the U.S. faces a soft depostism seeking to marginalize religious expression from the public square.
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Pope Francis’ Plea for Humanity
Vatican Spokesman: Ruling Not Likely Soon
Meanwhile, Critics Regroup
US Entity Funded Irish Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Campaign
A Vermont pastor visits Iraq.
Józef Wesołowski Will Get Public Hearing July 11
Lawyer Says Accuser’s Allegations ‘Objectively False’
World Meeting of Families Sells Papal-Themed Merchandise
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Why do Catholics refer to some sisters as nuns?
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A Register experts forum.
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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