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Jim Graves
“You have to pray, put yourself in the hands of the Lord and trust Him.”
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Susanna Spencer
It is time for mothers to embrace the joy that comes with the generous love of the Cross.
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Fr. Matthew Pittam
Many of us have been silent for too long. It is time to stand up and be proud witnesses of our faith.
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Dietrich von Hildebrand
Simplicity, sincerity and humility — and especially reverence — are essential to true purity.
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Matthew Archbold
It's time for Hollywood to listen rather than lecture.
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Edward Pentin
The American cardinal says the witness to the Truth of the patron saint of politicians, who died defending the indissolubility of marriage when few others would, is “exceptionally important” today.
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Patrick Coffin
The curious should, to say the very least, approach the practice of Centering Prayer with a critical eye and serious discernment.
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Shaun McAfee
Nagasaki is a very Catholic city, and it’s a city that has paid a high price for its faith.
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Justin McClain
“Your Word is a lamp for my feet, a light for my path.” (Psalm 119)
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
It's up to us to protect what little of the Shire is left in this world.
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Amanda Evinger
“The People of God need to see priests and deacons behave in a way that is full of reverence and dignity, in order to help them to penetrate invisible things without unnecessary words or explanations.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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K.V. Turley
The Soviet Union was built on lies and brutality. They had no answer when confronted with Janina Jandulska’s truth and goodness.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
On Oct. 16, we can celebrate that the heart of one particular Roman soldier was transformed.
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Edward Pentin
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán opens conference by calling on nations, particularly in Europe, to cast aside political correctness, stand up against Christian persecution, and defend the roots of Christian civilization.
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Marcia Segelstein
Discipline means training with the use of both affirmation and correction.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Weinstein had no problem with hatred and bigotry―he simply didn’t want it directed toward him.
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John Clark
If you want to be a better father, love your wife. If you want to be a better husband, love God.
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Rebecca Frech
Desperate and broken down on the side of the road with no idea how to afford the needed auto parts—it’s a hopeless and helpless feeling.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
Why 2017 Is Such a Critical Moment
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Marge Fenelon
Fatima isn’t over. It’s merely begun. How will you carry it forward?
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Joseph Pronechen
The 100th Anniversary of Fatima on Oct. 13 highlights must-know-and-do messages behind the Miracle.
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Joseph Pronechen
Daily inspiration from the beloved bishop-communicator.
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Sophia Feingold
A reader's question led to some inconclusive but fruitful investigation of the connections between the Blessed Sacrament and the Sacred Liturgy.
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Tod Worner
“The kingdom of the world now belongs to our Lord and to his Anointed, and he will reign forever and ever.” (Revelation 11:15)
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Stephanie Mann
The great composer Thomas Tallis never changed his religion, remaining a Catholic through the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, until his death in 1585.