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December 7, 1997

History Repeats Itself and Other Reasons to Revisit the Past

December 7, 1997

As the Centuries Pass, Our Lady of Guadalupe Retains Her Hold on a People

It isn't so difficult to stand up for the unborn and the dying-both are so vulnerable. But what about the perpetrators of the most heinous crimes. Can we bring ourselves to spare their lives?

December 7, 1997

Annulment Granted? Expect More than a Simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No’

December 7, 1997

Bishop John Myers

Inperson

December 7, 1997

Welfare-to-Work: Churches Play Central Role in Transformation of Lives

December 7, 1997

Pope John Medical Ethics Center Heads North to Boston

John Paul II's Evangelium Vitae guides the respected center's education work with doctors, nurses, administrators, and others

December 7, 1997

U.N. Population Policies Under Scrutiny by Catholic Group

December 7, 1997

Guadalupe Basilica Highlights Ties Between Rome and Americas

December 7, 1997

In Rome, America Synod Is in Full Swing

As month-long 'ecclesial speech-fest' enters its final phase, bishops prepare to send recommendations to John Paul II

November 30, 1997

A Catholic Hospital for Sarajevo?

November 30, 1997

The Universal Thirst for the Infinite

November 30, 1997

In an Italian Graveyard, Reflections on the Last Things

Thomas Williams Lc

November 30, 1997

Our Christ-forgetting, Christ-haunted, Death-dealing Western World

November 30, 1997

Saving Cockroaches and Other Tales of Reason Gone Awry

November 30, 1997

The Bible: A Soothsayer’s Stock-in-Trade?

November 30, 1997

The Limits of Lay Ministry

November 30, 1997

Annulments Also Impact a Couple’s Family and Friends

November 30, 1997

World Notes & Quotes

November 30, 1997

Conference Emphasizes Roles of Healer and Teacher For Health care Professional

November 30, 1997

New Television Network Dedicated to Wholesome Programming

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