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Stephanie Mann
Through these seasonal Marian antiphons, the Church reminds us of Our Lady’s special place in Salvation History.
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Patrick Coffin
If you want a papal endorsement of sports in right proportion, look no further than Pope St. John Paul II.
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Sherry Antonetti
It’s Advent. This year’s only 22 days, so it’s time to begin to as the Gospel says, “be ready.”
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K.V. Turley
The publicity surrounding the painting’s sale reminded the world who really is King of Kings and Lord of all.
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Susan Klemond
Young Adults Find a Quiet Place for Spiritual Formation and Discernment in Busy Manhattan
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Marge Fenelon
A new book, ‘Praying the Angelus,’ makes excellent Advent reading.
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Dave Armstrong
The key is to understand biblical language properly in context.
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Fr. George Rutler
Blurring the line between right and wrong, which the theologians call antinomianism, turns an entire culture into a raucous asylum.
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Jimmy Akin
This is a classic case of the pope saying something and the media distorting it.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
We shouldn’t change our translation of the Our Father—we should teach, explain and root ourselves more deeply in it.
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Kathy Schiffer
“The Christian who unites his own death to that of Jesus views it as a step towards him and an entrance into everlasting life.” (CCC 1020)
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Jim Graves
Facts about Bishop James Conley, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, Archbishop Michael Miller, Bishop Robert Morlino, Bishop Thomas Paprocki, Archbishop Alexander Sample and Archbishop Joseph Naumann.
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Rick Becker
The Church not only nourishes us with Scripture in the liturgy—she also urges us to devour the Bible on our own.
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Justin McClain
Look for opportunities to live Advent with joyful expectation.
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Sherry Antonetti
“The cup of the New Covenant, which Jesus anticipated when he offered himself at the Last Supper, is afterwards accepted by him from his Father's hands in his agony in the garden at Gethsemani, making himself ‘obedient unto death.’” (CCC 612)
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Peter Jesserer Smith
REVIEW: The World Jewish Congress: 1936 to 2016 sheds light on the backstory of Nostra Aetate, and gives a glimpse into how people of good will on either side of other millennia-old divisions, whether Sunni and Shia, or Muslim and Hindi, can chart a way to true reconciliation.
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Stephanie Mann
How Santa Claus, the Christmas tree, carols, cards, gifts and charitable giving became hallmarks of Christmas in England and America
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Marge Fenelon
“Mary is ‘the most excellent fruit of redemption’: from the first instant of her conception, she was totally preserved from the stain of original sin and she remained pure from all personal sin throughout her life.” (CCC 508)
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
A mature person doesn’t blame anyone else. Ever.
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Dave Armstrong
Why is it considered such an extraordinary thing that God chose to simply make one person—the Mother of God—the way that all of us would have been, but for the Fall?
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Sophia Feingold
The White House provides a little comfort and joy for the media.
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K.V. Turley
The surveillance culture has proved to be an unforgiving one.
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Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh
“If all my prayers aren't answered, then, Lord, I'll understand.”
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Carrie Gress
We have spent decades grasping at sexuality but rejecting the fruit.
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Edward Pentin
The Holy Father chooses a former practitioner and bioethics expert for Paris, and a former head of the Mexican bishops’ conference as Archbishop of Mexico City — the world’s largest diocese.