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Edward Pentin
In a landmark speech, the former head of the USCCB’s doctrinal committee says the Church’s leadership is attacking her identity and calls on the faithful to mount a ‘robustly positive’ response.
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Susan Klemond
If we forget the persecuted Christians and don’t support them, something isn’t right in our own lives of faith and communion
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Even for hermits, the Christian life is never totally solitary
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Patti Armstrong
When confession lines grow short, demonic activity increases
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Anna Abbott
A lesson about the consequences of abandoning the timeless teaching of the Church.
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Stephanie Mann
O Sacred Head, surrounded by crown of piercing thorn!
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Justin McClain
Saint Peter, pray for us! Blessed Paul VI, pray for us!
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Kevin Di Camillo
St. Polycarp of Smyrna, pray for us
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Edward Pentin
Cardinal Reinhard Marx says a new ‘guide’ allowing some Protestant spouses to receive Holy Communion under certain circumstances is a ‘positive step;’ some theologians have strongly warned against such a move.
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Father John P. Cush
“Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.” —Saint Jerome
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Sophia Feingold
There are a plethora of ways to practice Lent, even for those who can’t do a traditional fast.
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Fr. George Rutler
“Jesus will be in agony until the end of the world.” —Blaise Pascal
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Edward Pentin
In this year’s World Youth Day message, the Pope gives pastoral advice on how to overcome fear, and tells young people not to be closed in a room with a computer and smartphone but to “open wide the doors of your life!”
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K.V. Turley
“The sound that woke him that night was like nothing he had heard before…”
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Edward Pentin
Italian priest who helped make the discovery says it is reminiscent of the Eucharistic miracle of Siena in 1730.
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Susanna Spencer
When our will is one with God’s, true happiness will follow
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Ines Murzaku
Lenten penance is an opportunity to share in the passion of Christ
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Steven D. Greydanus
An ecumenical reflection from a Catholic perspective on the celebrated evangelist’s life and ministry on the occasion of his death at age 99
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Marcia Segelstein
What’s a Catholic school to do? Bow to Planned Parenthood or risk losing money?
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Derya Little
This movie reminds us that the King of the Universe is forever faithful.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Loving a dog might prompt us into a greater appreciation and belief in the Lord and Master of All.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
FOCUS seeks to realign short-term missions with the long-term mission of the Church
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Katie Warner
“Ultimately, heaven is a perfect communion of love, a family that lasts forever.”
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Shaun McAfee
Christ’s Catholic Church is the only infallible communicator of moral and divine truths
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Rachel Lanz
The group from Houston presented the Pope with an “Astros Rosary,” among other gifts