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Archbishop Charles Chaput
Forty-four years after Roe, a reverence for the sanctity of human life still burns in the spirit of far too many people to ignore.
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Matthew Bunson
NEWS ANALYSIS: Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States in one of the most prayer-filled inaugurations in American history.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Detective McDonald made many public appearances over the years, speaking of his faith as a Catholic and reminding people that if they wanted forgiveness, they had to show it to others. He constantly thanked God for sparing his life.
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Matthew Bunson
President Trump and his senior staff headline at CPAC 2017
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Angelo Stagnaro
When it rests in my hands, I feel the full weight of the devotion upon my very soul.
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Kathy Schiffer
The Shack opens in theaters across America on March 3.
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Tod Worner
God, the Father of mercies, through the death and the resurrection of his Son, has reconciled the world to himself and sent the Holy Spirit among us for the forgiveness of sins.
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Steven D. Greydanus
Cameraperson, Silence and Paterson are among the best films of 2016, according to Christian cinephiles in my circle of friends and peers.
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Bishop Robert Barron
I'm convinced that, at this moment, we need good arguments, but I'm even more convinced that we need saints.
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Tom Nash
Remembering My Little Sister Mary
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Joseph Pronechen
Part II looks at experts on Soloviev's insights into the 20th-21st centuries and his major work of trying to bring the Russian Orthodox Church into union once again with Rome
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Matthew Archbold
Are we headed towards a second Civil War?
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Patti Armstrong
'Bitter Harvest' chronicles history and gives us a better understanding of current events.
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Alexander Schimpf
Philosophy can help us understand theology, talk about it intelligently with nonbelievers, and achieve a sound understanding of the human person.
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Kevin Di Camillo
It's tough to stay awake while praying at night—even for monks!
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
“We must ... approach the question of the origin of evil by fixing the eyes of our faith on him who alone is its conqueror.” (CCC 385)
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Shaun McAfee
A warning from St. John of the Cross on possible hidden dangers to your spiritual life.
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By Janet Morana and Kevin Burke, LSW
The Mysterious Journey of Norma McCorvey from Champion of Choice to an Abortion Recovery Group
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Rebecca Hamilton
“At the evening of life, we shall be judged on our love.” —St. John of the Cross
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Edward Pentin
Holy See stresses move is to avoid economic exploitation and not connected with recent posters in Rome critical of Pope Francis.
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Angelo Stagnaro
In 1965, Sr. Mary Kenneth Keller, BVM, became the first American woman to earn a doctorate in Computer Science.
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Sherry Antonetti
Peace, true peace, always begins with remembering that we do love each other.
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Patty Knap
“The Special Olympics World Winter Games will be a wonderful moment in your lives. I wish you joyful days together, and time with friends from around the world.”
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Msgr. Charles Pope
The Church has no fear of being on the “wrong side of history”, for her Bridegroom is seated at the right hand of the Father.
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Kathy Schiffer
“We are designed to be awed in space. If our imperfect species has found such glimmers of delight in our first tentative encounter with the cosmos, then we have truly found a most caring and generous God.”