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Amy Smith
I feel close to my friends the saints. They are with God, and I know they understand daily life here below, with all of its joys and sorrows and everything in between.
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Rachel Lanz
Movie makers look to express truth in film, follow papal inspiration.
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CNA/EWTN News
Attorney General Joshua D. Hawley said that the investigation would begin as soon as possible, with the resulting report being presented to local prosecutors.
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Fr. George Rutler
Many of our great metropolises have become hospices for lapsed believers.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The robot Sophia has enchanted the world with her advanced artificial intelligence, but human beings may be missing her implicit warning that human moral conduct will determine our future with AI-robots.
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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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Winston Elliott III
Never forget that Our Lord ardently desires for us to have his joy in us
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Alexandra Greeley
“I pray the Rosary daily, and am thankful for the gifts God has given.”
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Mark Brumley
There is no formula for “success,” but there is one for faithfulness
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Msgr. Charles Pope
Contrary to the picture painted by the Pan-Amazonian Synod planners, Western culture has brought great blessings to this world
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Ines Murzaku
Pope St. John Paul II was right: In the designs of Providence there are no mere coincidences.
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Dave Armstrong
“We love, because he first loved us” (1 John 4:19)
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Father Stanley Smolenski, spma
“To Jesus through Mary” is a well-known spiritual principle. Meet four non-Catholics who experienced the truth of this in a very dramatic and personal way.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Or, What I did on my summer vacation … and a look back at sand crucifixes of past years
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Planned Parenthood’s decision to withdraw from the Title X program is driven by 2020 politics, but may be a serious miscalculation borne from their abortion rhetoric.
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Kathy Schiffer
The Catholic Church celebrates Aug. 22 as the Memorial of the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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Matt D’Antuono
Science has had a lot of success, but it has its limits — in fact, the scientific method cannot even be used to verify the scientific method.
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Joseph Pearce
Is the Catholic Literary Revival dead? If not, where are the signs of the Revival’s continuance today?
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Edward Pentin
A retired German professor argues that widely opposed recent changes to the institute breach the Bologna Process, of which the Holy See is a signatory.
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Kevin Knight
Notable commentary and official reactions from around the Church and the world
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Katie Warner
An interview with Theresa Linden
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Jim Graves
The Brotherhood of Hope’s primary mission is evangelization on secular college campuses.
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Patti Armstrong
Servant of God died on a battlefield in Vietnam Sept. 4, 1967.
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Father John P. Cush
No man is an island, even while stranded on an island.
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Kathy Schiffer
An 1885 Supreme Court decision, and a clause in the U.S. Constitution, lays out evidence of America’s basic Christianity.
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Edward Pentin
A chronological list of key events in the life of the Australian cardinal, including details of his financial reforms as well as abuse allegations, charges and eventual conviction, and the grounds upon which he is appealing his conviction.