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The acclaimed Catholic translator of Dante’s Divine Comedy shares with the National Catholic Register his reasons for leaving a tenured professorship to join the Thomas More College of the Liberal Arts.
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Here's why the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith during Benedict XVI’s papacy realized that it had to take charge of the reunion project.
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The outpouring of prayer and solidarity for the Coptic Church over the new martyrs for Christ has highlighted the spiritual unity among Christians that Pope Francis has called the “ecumenism of blood”
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The Los Angeles archbishop delivered the homily at the Requiem Mass for the Unborn, which had 200 seconds of silence and a procession of 200 candles to remember the number of unborn lives lost to abortion that day in Southern California alone.
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The Register's Peter Jesserer Smith went on a Year of Mercy pilgrimage, Oct. 7-15, in the Holy Land of Jordan.
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The Register's Peter Jesserer Smith is on a Year of Mercy pilgrimage, Oct. 7-15, in the Holy Land of Jordan.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Register's Peter Jesserer Smith is on a Year of Mercy pilgrimage, Oct. 7-15, in the Holy Land of Jordan.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Register's Peter Jesserer Smith goes on a Year of Mercy pilgrimage, Oct. 7-15, to the Holy Land of Jordan.
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Peter Jesserer Smith is a staff reporter for the National Catholic Register. He covered Pope Francis’s historic visit to the United States in 2015, and to Jerusalem and the Holy Land in 2014. He has reported on the Syrian and Iraqi refugee crisis, including from Jordan and Lebanon on an Egan Fellowship from Catholic Relief Services. Before coming on board the Register in 2013, he was a freelance writer, reporting for Catholic media outlets as the Register and Our Sunday Visitor. He is a graduate of the National Journalism Center and earned a B.A. in Philosophy at Christendom College, where he co-founded the student newspaper, The Rambler, and served as its editor. He comes originally from the Finger Lakes region of New York State.