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Notre Dame once again honors a "personally opposed" politician.
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Putting an end to the odious Blaine Amendments.
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Trump sidestepped the important question.
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Beware the guillotine.
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“Revelation gives us the certainty of faith that the whole of human history is marked by the original fault freely committed by our first parents.” (CCC 390)
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This is kind of a big deal
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We could use a little more Chuck Norris. And a lot more Jesus.
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Those who have been praised their entire lives will be hard-pressed to kneel in praise of another.
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If an institution does not defend innocent life, it can be called many things, but it should not be called Catholic.
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Six reasons they're not the same.
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The beauty of Catholic teaching vs. the prevailing ethics of utilitarianism
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They ordered her at gunpoint to treat only Germans. She refused.
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We are called to love, not get consent.
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"A regal and majestic expression."
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Is it any wonder Catholics are confused?
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A large portion of country fears that the answer to our problems might just be God
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Standards disappear when we're afraid to support them.
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A dozen things to know before you go
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I don't love saying No—but I love them, so I say No.
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The forsaking of wisdom and the glorification of youth.
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As this country grows increasingly dark, pray for the strength to say “yes.”
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It's time for Hollywood to listen rather than lecture.
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Big Abortion prefers the dark. Pro-lifers bring the light and the loud, and the love—and there's nothing Big Abortion can do to stop it.
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Rights are not granted by government but should be guaranteed by government.
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“Thou shalt not kill” is not just a suggestion.
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A tangible defense of religious liberty.
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Only truth can counter the culture.
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Only love can surprise us.
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In an age of spiritual turbulence it's important to remember that seat belts, like human beings, are created for a purpose.
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Who decides whose life is worth living?
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Current arguments in favor of eugenics seem oddly familiar.
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“Compassion” and “dignity” have been misshapen and twisted into something far different from their original meanings.
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Teachers may be forced to lie about gender.
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A stunning, anti-Christian stance taken by Democrats.
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8 Reasons Christianity is Cooler than Atheism
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“Since the same God who reveals mysteries and infuses faith has bestowed the light of reason on the human mind, God cannot deny himself, nor can truth ever contradict truth.” (CCC 159)
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Now on sale with a coupon code.
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Defunding must happen now. Or it might not happen at all.
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Our children need us to be someone to trust when the world can't be trusted.
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Gorsuch could be the fifth voice in favor of Trinity Lutheran.
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A beautiful story of bravery and sacrifice.
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In an age when everyone seems to possess his own ‘truth’, there is little wisdom to be found.
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We are our own enemy.
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One archeologist was quoted as saying that ISIS's act of “destruction has actually led us to a fantastic find.” A find that shows the Bible to be correct once again.
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Are we headed towards a second Civil War?
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Will President Trump defend religious liberty?
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This is what happens when ideology clashes with reality.
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Because of LBJ's rule, many pastors have felt effectively silenced for over half a century lest they run afoul of the IRS.
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Will the rest of the media follow suit?
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What do Mary Wollstonecraft, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Dorothy Day have in common?
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The ability to hold mutually exclusive ideas.
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Sanger: "We cannot go into China with our sympathies and our moral codes, saving her babies from infanticide, without increasing her problems
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The debate has begun. Now, we just have to win it.
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Why this great movie isn't a Christmas movie.
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If abortions are just 3 percent of what they do, why risk federal funding over it?
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A call for Yuletide sanity.
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Stop it. My eyes are bleeding.
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What happened when "ME" became "just me."
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Detroit Pistons Coach Owes Christians an Apology
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Trump's win could have large repercussions on issues relating to abortion and religious freedom.
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This is truly amazing.
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Cardinal Dolan requested an apology. He didn't get one.
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Face it: something remarkable happened in Portugal on that great day 99 years ago.
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Leftism is a creed that allows no heresy.
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Che savagely killed Christians for little or no reason, and he expressly hated our Lord.
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The Register's Matt Archbold went back and looked up some movies in which the pope and the Church were portrayed. What he came up with was not encouraging.
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The lives (and deaths) of the Apostles prove that Christ really did rise from the dead.
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Matt Archbold graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in 1995. He is a former journalist who left the newspaper business to raise his five children. He writes for the Creative Minority Report.