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Msgr. Charles Pope
 
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Msgr. Charles Pope
Will you join me in special prayer this year, the 100th anniversary of the Fatima apparitions?
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Msgr. Charles Pope
The Church teaching that the divorced and civilly remarried may not receive Holy Communion remains unchanged.
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The intensity, frequency, and absurdity of the attacks on people of traditional Christian faith are increasing. Stay vigilant and vocal, faithful Catholics!
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This election was but a small part of a vast battle, so don’t give up the fight to bring the light of the gospel to a darkened age.
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The Church must be the Church, if there is going to be any culture at all. Building bridges presupposes that there is some common ground on the other side to reach. This premise is fast disappearing, if not already gone.
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Despite considering the Catholic Church out of date, these same political officials seem to fear us.
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Be Catholic. Vote as a Catholic with a Catholic moral vision. Advance the Kingdom of God.
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Never forget: Those who suffer for proclaiming the faith, and for living it boldly, are of highest honor in the Kingdom of God.
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We are at war for our own souls and the souls of people we love. We are at war for the soul of this culture and nation. And like any soldier, we must train to fight well.
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An Advocate of ‘Ad Orientem’ Reflects on the Responses of the Holy See Press Office and the U.S. Bishops
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A Catechetical Response to the Flawed Catechetical Practices of the Past
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A Reflection On a Much-Used Term That Has Lost Its Biblical Meaning
Msgr. Charles Pope
Msgr. Charles Pope

Msgr. Charles Pope is currently a dean and pastor in the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, where he has served on the Priest Council, the College of Consultors, and the Priest Personnel Board. Along with publishing a daily blog at the Archdiocese of Washington website, he has written in pastoral journals, conducted numerous retreats for priests and lay faithful, and has also conducted weekly Bible studies in the U.S. Congress and the White House. He was named a Monsignor in 2005.