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Peter Jesserer Smith
Although Jane Doe has obtained an abortion, the Justice Department wants to make sure the ACLU cannot use the case for its larger legal abortion strategy.
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Fr. George Rutler
The only suicide whose fate is certain was Judas, who fell into remorse rather than repentance
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Hudson Byblow
“The whole life of men, both individual and social, shows itself to be a struggle, and a dramatic one, between good and evil, between light and darkness.” (CCC 1707)
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Edward Pentin
The Pope said the final document will be an “orientative” one, “so that each diocesan bishop can manage what Canon Law already permits.”
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Justin McClain
An Interview with two Dominican Fathers about the Credo program
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Father John P. Cush
The God we worship at Holy Mass is big enough to become small
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K.V. Turley
What it's like to attend Mass in the cell where St. Thomas More was held prisoner before his martyrdom.
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Ines Murzaku
The 234-year-long history of Catholicism in Korea provides remarkable examples and paths to dialogue.
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Edward Pentin
Perplexity over the Holy Father’s questionable recollection of the controversy may be due to the fact that his full comments on the matter in the interview have yet to be published.
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Joan Desmond
Without the dates of the three allegations and two settlements in New Jersey, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to know if the Vatican knew about the allegations in time to stop the appointment.
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Tito Edwards
The Best in Catholic Blogging
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Ryan and Mary-Rose Verret
Never pass up a sacrifice that Christ has sent your way.
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Dave Armstrong
How Muggeridge’s ‘Something Beautiful for God’ brought Mother Teresa to the attention of the world
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Joseph Pearce
There are two types of good book and two types of bad book. Here's how to tell them apart.
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Sherry Antonetti
Take up the cross, and follow Jesus
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Jim Graves
“The saints have always been the source and origin of renewal in the most difficult moments in the Church's history.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Kevin Di Camillo
St. Louis’s open-laced spire—perhaps both the tallest and the only one in the United States—now stands as a beacon to all of downtown Buffalo and, just across the street, The Chancery itself… the irony being that the Church itself was built before the Diocese was ever established!
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Edward Pentin
Calls for greater openness to homosexuals and use of the term ‘LGBT’ are mixed in with laudable references to real challenges facing today’s young faithful.
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Matthew Archbold
This is kind of a big deal
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K.V. Turley
“It is the paradox of history that each generation is converted by the saint who contradicts it most.”
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Angelo Stagnaro
The Buddhist craftsmen handled the crucifix as if it were a holy item in their own religion