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K.V. Turley
Future King writes on soon-to-be saint.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. Philip traveled from town to town, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ
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Joseph Pearce
Dismissing Shakespeare’s works on racial grounds is to add insult to the injury he suffered as the member of a persecuted minority.
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John Grondelski
Devotion to Our Lady played an important role in the life of Fr. Morales and in the communities he founded.
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Jim Graves
The new church will have four confessionals (up from the current two), a pipe organ, and traditional architectural elements.
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Lauretta Brown
Officials say the Departments of Justice, Education and HHS are taking a “much different approach” to religious liberty than the prior administration did.
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Dave Armstrong
The ancient Hebrews (unlike the “sophisticated” pagan Greeks and Romans) did not believe in mythical animals...
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Brianna Heldt
Having kids over a wide age range provides countless opportunities for learning patience, for pouring out love and for gaining perspective.
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Edward Pentin
Bishop Erwin Kräutler, understood to be the principal author of the synod’s working document, supports women’s ordination and also says he believes two-thirds of Amazonia’s bishops are in favor of ordaining married men to bring the Eucharist to remote areas without priests.
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Fr. Roger Landry
COMMENTARY: The former Oxford don, who will be canonized with four other saints Oct. 13, is not as well-known to the Catholic masses as he should be.
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Patty Knap
Love and Mercy: Faustina dramatizes key moments in St. Faustina’s life and the difficulties and triumphs that accompanied the spread of the message following her death in 1938.
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Patrick Reilly
Higher learning “educates the intellect to reason well in all matters, to reach out towards truth, and to grasp it.”
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Edward Pentin
Father Weinandy calls on the Catholic faithful to pray “in fear and trembling” that Jesus might “deliver us from this trial.”
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Father John P. Cush
A Suggestion for Seminarians as Future Evangelizers from Bishop Robert E. Barron’s Theology of the Transcendentals (Part 5)
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Gary Zimak
“Cast all your worries upon God because he cares for you.” (1 Peter 5:7)
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Joanna Bogle
In all of Britain’s long history we have never sought to destroy the very essence of our human community — until now.
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Alexandra Greeley
“You cannot dive deep enough when trying to find more about Catholicism.”
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Joseph Pronechen
From happy occasions to the saddest ones, St. Thérèse is always around to help.
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Edward Pentin
Participants said the Church is in situation from which only God can rescue her.
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Joseph Pronechen
What connections are there from the early Church to apparitions like Fatima that make Saturday Mary’s day?
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Joseph Pearce
The roses of wisdom are good to see, true to the touch and have a beautiful scent — but they can only be reached on a path of thorns.