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Anna Abbott
For now, the Women’s Wellness Center is the only one of its kind in New England.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
Statues can remind us of where we once stood. More important than any statue, however, is where we now stand.
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Dave Armstrong
If Jesus is our high priest forever, He is still offering Himself, out of time, because that's what priests do.
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Joseph Pronechen
Kidnapped on August 13, the seers miss the apparition, but Our Lady would appear to them on Aug. 19.
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Caroline Farrow
“Women have been kept in the dark for far too long about the standards of care at Marie Stopes clinics.”
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Kevin Di Camillo
“The Church teaches that the one true God, our Creator and Lord, can be known with certainty from his works, by the natural light of human reason.” (CCC 47)
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John Clark
Atheism is gaining converts every day, and we have a rather daunting job of evangelizing those who would rather God did not exist.
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K.V. Turley
There are time-shattering realities that take place every time a priest offers Mass.
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Susanna Spencer
We were not meant to lose ourselves to our electronic devices.
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Sherry Antonetti
You are baptized and confirmed. You hired out. Time to get to work.
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Edward Pentin
The former prefect of the Apostolic Signatura explains in a new interview how a correction of parts of the Holy Father’s magisterium would be enacted, pays tribute to the recently deceased Cardinal Meisner, and stresses the importance of true mercy.
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Brianna Heldt
The dark truth about the future of babies with Down syndrome in Iceland, and in the United States, is horrifying. And it’s high time we bring it out into the light.
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Amanda Evinger
When we Catholics grieve, we must do it in union with Christ Crucified and Risen.
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Matthew Archbold
Only love can surprise us.
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Jimmy Akin
August 15 is the Assumption of Mary. Here are 12 things to know and share...
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Marge Fenelon
They say that heaven is so wonderful that it’s impossible for us to completely imagine.
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Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh
Mary’s selflessness, her ability to console, her willingness to bring us all to her Son Jesus in our spiritual journey—all of this makes her worthy of the honor we acknowledge on this important Solemnity.
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Edward Pentin
Herman Van Rompuy, a former president of the European Council, says in a tweet that the time when Rome had the final say is “long past.”
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Dave Armstrong
God willed that the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Theotokos, the Immaculate one, the perpetual Virgin, the Second Eve, would play a part in the redemption of all.
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Sophia Feingold
Scythian doesn’t take itself too seriously—over-seriousness being deadly to good art.
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Matthew Bunson
This month brings us six saints who are connected to each other in remarkable ways.
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Joseph Pronechen
Last year’s successful first “Novena for Our Nation” was a warm-up for this year’s repeat, especially essential during this 100th Anniversary Year of Fatima