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Forgiveness does not entail pretending that offenses never happened.
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Scripture acknowledges that the secular order has power, but power is not always exercised legitimately.
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Music, family, and fun can touch places in the human heart that arguments fail to find.
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In the wake of the Viganò letter, we should take seriously the call to personal holiness.
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The clerical abuse scandal will be solved, not by relaxing norms, but by living them out more faithfully.
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Understanding the controversy over the recent changes in the catechism requires a grasp of Catholic political history.
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Iconography reminds us that the saints will sit in judgment with Christ.
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In the war on the family, personal sanctity is the best apologetic.
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The Gospel warns against presuming to understand the hearts of our neighbors.
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The pains of love (both human and divine) are necessary to the union at which love aims.
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How do you explain sin to children without the effort backfiring?
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Celebrating Easter requires a reawakening of the modern imagination.
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The witness of new converts is a proof for the existence of the divine.
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In the spiritual life, it’s important to remember that everyone is a protagonist.
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“When you fast, do not look gloomy like the hypocrites...” (Matthew 6:16)
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There are a plethora of ways to practice Lent, even for those who can’t do a traditional fast.
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The portrayal of temptation in literature can have, for better and for worse, significant ethical effects.
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“What came to be through him was life, and this life was the light of the human race.”
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The White House provides a little comfort and joy for the media.
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A new drama airing soon on EWTN radio combines a stellar cast and thoughtful probing of sanctity.
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The "war against the family" finds a new instantiation in the legal robbing of the elderly.
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Restoring the moral fabric of society requires not just an awareness of sin, but also a sense of virtue.
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A reader's question led to some inconclusive but fruitful investigation of the connections between the Blessed Sacrament and the Sacred Liturgy.
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The practice of keeping young children in Mass teaches some important virtues, and just might pay off down the road.
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A reimagining of the life of Christina the Astonishing is not so much secular as scandalous.
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When "wise use of time" includes Dangerous Things.
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The important questions is, “What good does it do me to watch Game of Thrones?”
Sophia Feingold

Sophia M. Feingold is a wife, mother, and freelance writer living in Florida.  She is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College (B.A., 2009) and Catholic University (M.A., English, 2014).  She blogs at The Girl Who Was Saturday.