Inperson

June 12, 2009

Doctor of Mercy

Dr. John Bruchalski’s medical practice is helping to save unborn babies, even though he once participated in the culture of death.

June 5, 2009

A Priest, a Confession, a Court

Sacrament on Trial After Secret Taping

May 29, 2009

California's Marriage Lessons

Behind the Scenes on Proposition 8

May 22, 2009

A Writer’s Vocation

The Death of a Pope Author on Being a Catholic Novelist

May 15, 2009
May 8, 2009

Cartoonist Draws on Faith

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Steve Breen of The San Diego Union-Tribune is a lifelong Catholic.

May 1, 2009

Mom’s Gift From Pope

The Register speaks again to Heidi Sierras — after she was baptized by Pope Benedict XVI at the Easter Vigil at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

April 24, 2009

Popular Preacher Returns

Father Corapi Ready to Hit the Road Again

April 17, 2009

Princess of Wirelessness

Friend of Popes Saw Dad Invent Radio and Mobile Technology

April 9, 2009

Benedict’s Devotion

Writer Sees New Pope’s Role Alongside John Paul II’s

April 3, 2009

Benedict to Baptize American Mom

Californian to Enter Church at St. Peter’s Vigil

March 27, 2009

Holy Week in the Domestic Church

Donna Marie Cooper O’Boyle, author of The Domestic Church: Room by Room, speaks about her life and work.

March 20, 2009

Life After Lent

Bishop Soto Recommends Prayer and Reading

March 13, 2009

From Atheist to Catholic

‘Unshakable’ Rationalist Blogged Her Way Into the Church

March 6, 2009

2 Blog Wonder

She Wrote Her Way Into the Church and Now Blogs On Movies and Modesty

February 27, 2009

In Business for Good

Jeffrey Cornwall is a Catholic convert and author of Bringing Your Business to Life. He has much to say about the current economic crisis.

February 23, 2009

Life Achiever

Pregnancy Center Founder Earns March for Life Award

February 13, 2009

Mother Clare’s Sister Act

Vatican Sizing Up U.S. Women’s Religious Houses

February 6, 2009

For Cardinal Maida, a Time to Recollect

Cardinal Adam Maida has logged more than a million air miles in his time as archbishop of Detroit. Now he’s looking forward to his retirement.

January 30, 2009

‘I Have Not Forgotten Africa’

Immaculée Ilibagiza survived the Rwandan holocaust and wrote about it in Left to Tell. Now she’s telling another story — about Mary’s appearance in Africa.

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