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Blessed Solanus is a timely reminder of God’s merciful love, particularly for those most in need.
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Supporting a Countercultural Witness in Ann Arbor
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Mario Hilton of Michigan was a humble man whose holy life inspired so many.
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Fifty years ago to this very day, the Detroit Riot of 1967 ignited.
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Dan Rooney, the longtime chairman of the NFL Pittsburgh Steelers and Obama-appointed ambassador to Ireland, died on Holy Thursday.
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This is the key lesson of Holy Week
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Remembering My Little Sister Mary
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The Legacy of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
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Canon Lawyer Provides Continued Light on Amoris Laetitia Controversy
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Alabama Coach Exemplifies Championship Character in Defeat
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Lessons Learned from Father Michael Scanlan, TOR
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We need to show the world that there's no greater and fulfilling a challenge for a man than to be a Catholic.
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Popular Website Obfuscates Worldwide Agenda of Clinton and Confrères to Change Beliefs of Christians, Others.
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Evangelicals and Catholics took sober note of attacks on their religious liberty, and they pushed back hard at the ballot box.
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“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” (2 Tim. 4:7-8)
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Athletic training (and particularly running) is a good metaphor for our most important race as members of the Catholic Church.
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“The Patrick Coffin Show” is a new podcast-driven venture that aims to “deliver commentary and interviews with top social influencers that are hope-based and aimed at building a better culture through building a better you.”
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Who shaped Notre Dame?
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TOM NASH
Tom Nash

Tom Nash is a Research Associate at Ave Maria Radio, and he formerly served as a Theology Advisor at EWTN. Tom is the author of What Did Jesus Do?: The Biblical Roots of the Catholic Church (Incarnate Word Media) and The Biblical Roots of the Mass (Sophia Institute Press). He is also a contributing author of Catholic for a Reason III: Scripture and the Mystery of the Mass (Emmaus Road Publishing). He is also a Regular Member of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars.