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Conversion Story, How Should We See Unbelievers, Why I Hate Religion Perfect Rebuttal, and more! (2025)

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How Should We See Unbelievers? Click on the link by Msgr. Charles Pope read more.

Eclectic Convert: Shane Kapler - Why I’m Catholic

How Should We See Unbelievers? - Msgr. Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus Music Video, The Perfect Rebuttal - Marc Barnes, Patheos/Bad Catholic

History is Made Again as U.S. Ordinariate Receives First Parish - Randy Sly, Catholic Online

The Truth About Abortion: A Post-Abortive Woman Shares Her Story - Catholic Sistas

Brother Dan Doesn’t Like the March for Life - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

On Life Day, Obama Defies Reality. . .Again - Dr. Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture

Why HHS Ruling Will Become Litmus Test for Pro-Obama Catholics - Thomas Peters, Catholic Vote/American Papist


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Coming Home From the War on Terror, Many Soldiers Have Their Own Terrors to Deal With (1549)

One Special Forces major recommends ways civilians can help veterans readjust to American life after Iraq, Afghanistan.

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Major Stephen C. Flanagan of the U.S. Army Special Forces served four combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Tewksbury, Mass., native is in the mid-career Master in Public Administration program at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. The previous year, he had completed courses in the human development and psychology program in Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.

His next stop will be teaching at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in the behavioral sciences and leadership department.

Flanagan, 32, recently met with Register correspondent Justin Bell at the Harvard Catholic Student Center at St. Paul’s Parish in Cambridge, Mass., to discuss how he felt God’s...READ MORE

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Parish Priests Need to Make Time to Offer Spiritual Direction, The People of the Ark, and much more! (1992)

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01/25/2012 Comment

The People of the Ark. Click on the link by Stephen Beale to learn more about the Church in Ethiopia.

Parish Priests Need to Make the Time to offer Spiritual Direction - Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Liturgical Movement

The People of the Ark - Stephen Beale, Crisis Magazine

5 Questions on Difference Between Knowledge & Wisdom - H.H. Ambrose, Saint Peter’s List

Pope Paul VI Read the Signs of the Times Prophetically - Tony Layne, Outside the Asylum

Sacred Liturgy: Neglected Foundation to Building Culture of Life - Deborah Morlani-Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

Pro-Life Thing You Should Start Doing Today (Even if You’re Pro-Choice) - aka Mom, Shoved to Them

What does the word Nun mean & what is the Origin of Nuns? - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

Evil Talks of Tolerance Only When It’s...READ MORE

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Pope Benedict: Silence Is Needed in the Digital World (3558)

Benedict XVI releases World Communications Day 2012 message, 'Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization,' on Jan. 24, the feast day of St. Francis de Sales.

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VATICAN CITY (EWTN NEWS)—Pope Benedict XVI believes that in a noisy world of constant communication people need silence more than ever.

He outlined his thoughts in his message for World Communications Day 2012, which is entitled “Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization.” The Pope’s letter was released Jan. 24 at the Vatican press office by Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli, head of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications.

“When messages and information are plentiful, silence becomes essential if we are to distinguish what is important from what is insignificant or secondary,” the Pope says in a statement that will be read in Catholic churches around the world on May 20, 2012.


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Was Peter in Rome, The Muslim Sajdah and the Catholic Prostration are 2 different things, and more! (3044)

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The Muslim Sajdah and the Catholic Prostration are Two Very Different Concepts. Click on the link by Shannon M. Jones to learn more.

Was St. Peter in Rome or Antioch? The Chronology of St. Peter’s Papacy - Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

The Muslim Sajdah & the Catholic Prostration are Two Very Different Concepts - Shannon M. Jones, New Oxford Review

Stay-at-Home-Mom Blues - Theresa Thomas, Integrated Catholic Life™

E.U. Threatens Hungary over Pro-Marriage Stance - Kathleen Gilbert, LifeSiteNews.com

Not So Fast Neo-Catechumenal’s - Patrick Archbold, Creative Minority Report

Actor Mark Wahlberg Walking in the Footsteps of St. Paul - Carlos Espinosa, Living The Faith On A High Wire

How SNAP, Lawyers & Media Conspire Against the Catholic Church - Dave Pierre, TheMediaReport.com

Girl Scouts Leadership:...READ MORE

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New Jersey Bishops Release New Statement on Marriage (4797)

Same-sex 'marriage' 'is not marriage and should not be treated as marriage,' they say.

01/24/2012 Comments (8)

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On Jan. 19, we published an article on a renewed effort by some legislators in New Jersey to legally redefine marriage. The article referenced a statement issued by New Jersey bishops in 2009, when such a legislative redefinition was first attempted in the state.

On Jan. 20, the Catholic bishops of New Jersey issued a new statement on the defense of marriage. We would like to present that statement in its entirety here.

A Statement by the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey on Marriage as a Union of One Man and One Woman

January 20, 2012

Marriage as a union of a man and a woman has its roots in natural law. Throughout all of human history marriage has been held to be a union of man and...READ MORE

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Washington State Marriage Defenders vs. Dissenting Senators (1519)

The National Organization for Marriage plans to oust those voting against party platform.

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Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire

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Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire intends to sign a bill that would redefine marriage, but the National Organization for Marriage wants to prevent the bill from getting to her desk in the first place.

But with another state senator, Mary Margaret Haugen, a Democrat from Camano Island, coming out in favor of the measure, the bill has the 25 votes it needs to pass out of the upper chamber. The bill is also expected to pass the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.

Gregoire, a Democrat who is not seeking re-election, recently changed course on the issue and requested the legislation to change the legal definition of marriage.

Washingtonians voted against this stance in 1998 when...READ MORE

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Witnesses for Life: A Young Person's Account of the March for Life 2012 (1922)

Massive crowd joins together for one amazing cause.

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Rachel Howell

– Rachel Howell

March for Life 2012 dawned cold and rainy. For the thousands of young people who have grown up making the yearly trip to D.C., harsh weather conditions are nothing new. Washington in the middle of January feels like home. We know the city, its parks, landmarks, historic places — and the route we take to be the voices for the unborn.

We come because we are the generation who has been hurt by abortion; youth are missing countless brothers, sisters, cousins, friends ...

Although the day was gloomy, the crowd was joyful, if not a bit too exuberant at times. For once, the group I was with made it to the rally early. We were right in front of the main stage and saw and heard the testimonies...READ MORE

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