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‘President Trump has chosen a worthy successor to Antonin Scalia, and the nominee deserves the support of any friend of human life, religion and the family.’
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The decision signals a significant change in the government’s approach to transgender issues under President Trump.
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May William Peter Blatty rest in peace, and may we thank him for his unique success in educating the faithful and the larger public on the brutal reality of Satan in our world.
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The Jubilee Year of Mercy is over, but Pope Francis has urged us not to close the door and call it quits.
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Medical experts consulted by the agnostic director of The Exorcist could not dismiss the phenomena they had witnessed. “I’ve never believed in ghosts or that stuff,” said one, “but I’ve had a couple of cases, one in particular, that really just gave me pause.”
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In the wake of Islamic State’s brutal treatment of a Jordanian pilot, President Obama attacked ISIS at the National Prayer Breakfast
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Rebutting claims in Noonan's Wall Street Journal column, the New York Archdiocese goes on the offensive.
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The Sister of Life superior general and chair of the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious points to young vocations that buck a broader trend and inspire "hope and wonder."
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“Do we have the conviction that a chaste life is part of the good news of Jesus Christ?" asked Father Check.
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My friend didn't want to find a new husband, she still loved the one who left her.
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The non-partisan Government Accounting Office (GAO) reported that 1,036 plans -- authorized under ObamaCare through state exchanges -- offer elective abortions subsidized by U.S. taxpayers.
Joan Desmond

Joan Frawley Desmond, is the Register’s senior editor. She is an award-winning journalist widely published in Catholic, ecumenical and secular media. A graduate of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies of Marriage and Family, she lives with her family in California..