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Ralph Martin
Where else can we go? Nowhere. The Church is our mother, and she needs the love of her faithful children now more than ever.
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Jessica Pipes
A famous sickbed conversion was only the beginning of his story of patience, perseverance and trust.
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Amber VanVickle
Our Lady of Sorrows helped lift the heaviness of our hearts.
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Becky Carter
Could these four earthly pleasures actually be keeping me from the divine freedom and holiness I ultimately desire?
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Michael Matheson Miller
It appears that Bono and U2 have simply sold out justice and their original vision to the cocktail party pressure of the establishment.
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Guest Bloggers
‘The human person, made in the image and likeness of God, can hardly be adequately described by a reductionist reference to his or her sexual orientation.’
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E. Wesley Ely
I pray in thanks for Pentecost with a growing “bonfire” of love for the Holy Eucharist
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Grazie Pozo Christie
Across the world, cultural preference for boys over girls has driven a remorseless elimination of baby girls through abortion, infanticide and abandonment.
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Fr. Stanley Smolenski, SPMA
A look at the influence and importance of spiritual mothers in the lives of priests
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John C. Preiss
Devotion to the holy angels was very much alive in Portugal at the time of Our Lady of Fatima.
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Amber VanVickle
God will do anything to bring us to him, even break our hearts, because the reward is so much greater.
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Fr. Stanley Smolenski, SPMA
One way of honoring Our Lady, Mother of the Church, daily might be to pray this threefold Angelus
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Patti J. Smith
The one good thing that came out of her monologue: she acknowledged the child in the womb as a ‘baby.’
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Patti Smith
Teenagers are not mature enough to make informed decisions regarding sex, and Planned Parenthood counts on it.
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Hudson Byblow
Fr. James Martin speaks about building bridges, but he does not seem to be interested in building bridges to people like me
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Scott Hahn
Paul, Apostle of Christ made me aware, for the first time, of something that should have been obvious to me
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Anthony DeStefano
Atheism is more than an ideology — it’s a religion of hopelessness, cynicism, and unhappiness
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Thomas McGovern, MD
When we see Christ on his Cross, we see him exercising his priesthood.
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Thomas McGovern, MD
What does medicine tell us about the Passion of Our Lord?
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Victoria Gisondi
What motivated Cy was the deep injustice of abortion.
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Patti Smith
Parents need to check out their school district websites and see for themselves the curriculum being used.
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Susan Skinner
We have confused who we are with what we desire.
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Ilyas Khan
“Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet.”
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Bishop Daniel E. Thomas
An Ohio health care system is trying to hide its entry into the death business under a thick layer of illogical euphemisms
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Bobby Schindler and Tom Shakely
Italy’s approval of Advance Directives, commonly called “living wills,” enables forward-looking medical planning, but needlessly compromises physician conscience rights and facilitates denial of food and water, long-understood to be a form of basic and ordinary care.
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E. Christian Brugger
The age-old use of proportionalism came to the fore at a recent Vatican conference on Pope Paul VI’s 50-year-old encyclical and the apostolic exhortation ‘Amoris Laetitia.’
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Msgr. Hilary Franco
A longtime associate of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen explains why the Servant of God arranged to be buried in New York City, and why his body rests at St. Patrick’s Cathedral today
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Annika Reuter
From Boulder to San Francisco, this is a pro-life movement that can truly bring about change
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John M. Grondelski
Lies are like parasites: They exist only to the extent that they can feign truthfulness.
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Celeste McGovern
Why don’t Melinda Gates, Big Pharma and abortionists like this popular birth control tech?
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Denise Donohue and Dan Guernsey
What does an authentic Catholic education look like?
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Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
Mary reflects the order with which God originally created the universe, and re-creates it through her Son. This is what it means to be pro-life: to recognize, accept, and live out this entire order.
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Msgr. Basil David O’Sullivan
In the 1800s, during the first 50 years after its founding, All Hallows College sent more than 600 priests to the United States.
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Arina O. Grossu
Fr. Francis Martin’s holy life was punctuated by an equally holy and peaceful death.
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Mike Genin
Despite the chaos, everyone has a merry Christmas.
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Zuani Villarreal
Despite their great need, the people of Puerto Rico continue to find ways to help one another.
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Derya Little
This house of believers, founded by Christ and vivified by the Holy Spirit, was shaken to its core 500 years ago with divisions, wars and discords.
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Trent Horn
Through a more perfect communion with the Catholic Church, every Christian can fulfill Jesus’ prayer that all his followers “may be one.”
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Becca Roberts
The hurt and pain of contraception, abortion and premarital sex are very, very real. But you don't have to suffer silently. You can start your healing today.
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Dietrich von Hildebrand
Simplicity, sincerity and humility — and especially reverence — are essential to true purity.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
On Oct. 16, we can celebrate that the heart of one particular Roman soldier was transformed.
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Bishop Robert F. Vasa
The people affected most by these fires need your ardent, consistent and devout prayers.
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Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
Let us heed Our Lady’s message, let us grant her requests, in order to hasten the triumph of her Immaculate Heart.
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Francis Beckwith
Dylan’s art is often informed by Scripture — and the idea of returning to the sources for insight and progress is itself a biblical idea.
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Derya Little
My journey from Islam, to atheism, to Protestantism—and finally home to the Catholic Church
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Guest Bloggers
In light of the scorn I once felt toward parochial schools, it has been both surprising and humbling to learn things about the faith from my kids’ homework.
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Patrick Novecosky
Ave Maria — the town and the university — survived the storm bruised, but not broken.
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Father Gerald Murray
The truth of Christ taught by his Church on human sexuality has not changed, and cannot change.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
“The Christian tradition considers Melchizedek, ‘priest of God Most High,’ as a prefiguration of the priesthood of Christ...” (CCC 1544)
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Caroline Farrow
“Women have been kept in the dark for far too long about the standards of care at Marie Stopes clinics.”
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Sophia Feingold
Scythian doesn’t take itself too seriously—over-seriousness being deadly to good art.
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Deacon Jim Russell
I’m certain of this: if we all were to pray the Lenten prayer of the great St. Ephrem the Syrian, Father and Doctor of the Church, we would bring about the coming Kingdom of Heaven with great speed.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
The feast day of the saintly married couple is July 8.
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Second Continental Congress
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
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Register Staff
“The Radical Call to Missionary Discipleship,” the Plenary Session from the Convocation of Catholic Leaders—live on EWTN from Orlando, Florida
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Vincent Weaver
Jesus told us not to judge. But he also obligated us to address harmful behaviors and told us that “The Truth will set you free”.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
“In the form of tongues ‘as of fire,’ the Holy Spirit rests on the disciples on the morning of Pentecost and fills them with himself.” (CCC 696)
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Marina Olson
(Unlike Taylor Swift and Her Rumored New Romance)
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Victoria Garaitonandia Gisondi
“They will insult you, they will persecute you, they will say every kind of false thing about you because of Me! Rejoice and be glad! Your reward will be great in heaven!” (Matt: 5: 11-12)
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Ann Saladin
Archbishop Naumann’s statement is the strongest among a growing number of bishops providing guidance on this issue.
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Victoria Garaitonandia Gisondi
Let us remember them this year and every year until abortion is abolished in this country.
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Clare Short
The Pope Emeritus once asked to be called “Father Benedict” in one of his interviews, but he was more like a kind grandfather.
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Guest Bloggers
“Tenderness is not weakness; it is fortitude. It is the path of solidarity, the path of humility.”
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Liz Beller
The fasting, penance and silence of Lent naturally pave the way for the proper reception of both sacramental confession and Communion.
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Guest Bloggers
St. Mary’s was founded as a Catholic teacher training college in 1850, the year that the Catholic Hierarchy was restored in Britain.
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Fr. Eric Gilbaugh
Should our Catholic faith not immunize us to anxiety resulting from suspicion that God’s providence is not sufficient to protect his Church from fallen humanity?
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Ann Saladin
The Girl Scouts organization continues to strengthen its ties to ideologies at odds with Church teaching.
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By Janet Morana and Kevin Burke, LSW
The Mysterious Journey of Norma McCorvey from Champion of Choice to an Abortion Recovery Group
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Joanna Bogle
Scottish-born Catholic charity receives award from British House of Lords.
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FR. GLADSTONE STEVENS
In this New Year, let us be full of grace and permit ourselves to be the responsible people of God and thus true sons and daughter of our blessed Mother.
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“Please join me in prayer for the friars of Rio. Please join the Rio friars and me in prayer for the tormentors.”
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