News

May 10, 1998

Life Notes

May 10, 1998

Patriarch Michel Sabbah

May 10, 1998

Secular ëComplexí Led Catholic Universities to Lose Their Way

'The '60s' and a misreading of Vatican II contributed to their taking a wayward path

May 10, 1998

The Shroud in New Jersey

May 10, 1998

A Taste of Fatima in Rural New Jersey

Recalling the wonders of the 1917 apparitions at the Blue Army's headquarters

May 10, 1998

In Now Secular France, Young Pilgrims Embrace Faith

May 10, 1998

Humanae Vitae: The Church's Best Kept

May 10, 1998

In Vitro Fertilization: Immoral Means To a Desired End

May 10, 1998

Vatican Notes & Quotes

May 10, 1998

England's Ruling Party Wants Less Bishops in House of Lords

May 10, 1998

Worlds Notes & Quotes

May 10, 1998

20,000 Hear Confirmation Message from Pope's Ambassador

May 10, 1998

U.S. Notes & Quotes

May 10, 1998

Politics and Pastoring in the Holy Land

A patriarch discusses the struggle for rights and keeping the peace among Christians, Muslims, and Jews

May 10, 1998

In Asia, How Best to Nurture The Seeds of Christianity?

Synod participants wrestle with continent's massive challenge

May 10, 1998

Jewish and Catholic Scholars Assess Holocaust Document

May 10, 1998

At 25, Catholic League Still Fighting ‘Respectable Bias’ of Anti-Catholicism

Group's crusade against anti-Catholicism gains a wider base of support

May 10, 1998

United Europe Will Transform Rural Villages

A Polish priest and his parish offer view of a way of life in flux

May 3, 1998

‘Historical Jesus’ Scholars Create Christ in Their Own Image

May 3, 1998

St. Augustine and The Jonesboro Massacre

Social scientists and cultural commentators have cited genes and the environment in explaining the disturbing phenomenon of young killers. The bishop of Hippo, who worked hard to understand good and evil and to control his own wrongful desires, would probably have taken another view.

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