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Matthew Archbold
Current arguments in favor of eugenics seem oddly familiar.
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Stacy Trasancos
The reason Christians do not go to outrageous extremes over high medical statistics of miscarriage is simple really. We embrace life because we do not fear death.
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John Clark
Just as Saint Tarcisius is the patron saint of altar servers, all of us should ask for his intercession, that we appreciate the Blessed Sacrament more fully.
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Patty Knap
If you or someone you know is still carrying the weight of an abortion, there is hope for healing.
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Patrick Coffin
‘After the Natural Law’ is an adventurous ride through the Greeks and Romans, onto the revelation of Christ and the great synthesis wrought by Aquinas, an ending with some sobering thoughts about how the modern world started to go south after the Enlightenment.
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Marge Fenelon
I’m proud to work in Catholic media and publishing, and proud of all my colleagues who do.
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Rachel Zamarron
To share life stories and build solid new friendships is an incredible gift.
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Ines Murzaku
It is expected that after the September 5 consecration, the headquarters of the Apostolic Administration will move from Prizren to Pristina to serve the needs of Catholic minority in Kosovo.
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Sarah Reinhard
Here are 3 books I’ve enjoyed reading this year (and one from a few years ago)
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Sherry Antonetti
The Kindness Protocol requires us to find secret ways to say “I love you.”
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Dave Armstrong
We help ourselves by following God, doing good works in faith, seeking righteousness and His will.
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Patti Armstrong
“Understanding their story takes nothing away from our effectiveness.”
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Rachel Zamarron
We are remembering all of you on our journey and in each daily Mass!
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Angelo Stagnaro
The Catholic Church will never change her irreversible dogma.
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Joan Desmond
The Jane Austen tells us, "Not all is as it seems." Thus her readers learn the danger of confusing appearance with reality in love and friendship.
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Amy Smith
Beloved novelist’s boy-meets-girl stories stand the test of time because they show us the substance of relationship and what love is.
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Kathy Schiffer
Father Solanus will be beatified on November 18, 2017, in Detroit's Ford Field; and this week, the Capuchin Friars' Solanus Casey Center has released a new film for children.
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Stephanie Mann
The Blessed Carmelites of Compiègne were guillotined on July 17, 1794.
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Deacon Jim Russell
I’m certain of this: if we all were to pray the Lenten prayer of the great St. Ephrem the Syrian, Father and Doctor of the Church, we would bring about the coming Kingdom of Heaven with great speed.
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Jim Graves
“I want children of divorce (and the innocent abandoned spouses out there) to know they are not alone. I want those considering divorce to think again and turn around.”
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Angelo Stagnaro
Representatives of the Assyrian, Chaldean and Syriac Christian political parties have produced a position paper which outlines their desire to establish self-governance.
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Sherry Antonetti
“The miracles of Christ and the saints, prophecies, the Church's growth and holiness, and her fruitfulness and stability are the most certain signs of divine Revelation, adapted to the intelligence of all; they are motives of credibility, which show that the assent of faith is by no means a blind impulse of the mind.” (CCC 156)
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John Clark
In an age hostile to Catholicism, we need to know real history to give us the factual tools to defend her.