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Kathy Schiffer
Even among supporters of abortion, there is widespread agreement that the federal government should not force taxpayers to pay for it.
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Rebecca Frech
The devil, “a murderer from the beginning,” tempts us by sharpening our fears. But “perfect love drives out fear”, and our practical love for expectant mothers can help blunt the temptation to abortion.
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Rick Becker
I’m dusting off a handful of older missionary movies to enjoy and share with my family – maybe you’d enjoy them as well.
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Edward Pentin
Says he and Archbishop Scicluna are in “complete unity” with Pope Francis, thereby offering a “guarantee that the teaching is authentic.”
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Steven D. Greydanus
Observing the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of the Unborn
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Rebecca Hamilton
“God is faithful and will not let you be tried beyond your strength; but with the trial he will also provide a way out, so that you may be able to bear it.” (1 Corinthians 10:13)
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Marcia Segelstein
The American College of Pediatricians notes that “with few exceptions, children fare better when parents work at mending and maintaining their marriages.”
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Sherry Antonetti
When we pray the Rosary with love and devotion, our Lady instructs us and leads us closer to Jesus.
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Dave Armstrong
There is simply no way to avoid the authoritative Church in Holy Scripture.
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Edward Pentin
In a new interview, the Pope warns that populism in a time of crisis is what led to the rise of Hitler and urges dialogue.
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Angelo Stagnaro
The Union Jack is completely Catholic from its hoist to its fly, because it’s a reverent tribute to three patron saints of the British Isles.
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Amanda Evinger
Truly we are a privileged people, a holy nation, a people set apart to emanate the glory of God.
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Edward Pentin
Sudden changes in approach to doctrine, episcopal rivalries, and a swift drafting process are some of the factors that led to the contentious document.
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Marge Fenelon
“Mary is the one chosen from all eternity to bring God’s Son into the world, and she is the perfect believer who teaches us to love her Son.”
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Patty Knap
Many people are currently being treated using ethically-derived, non-controversial adult stem cell transplants, which do not require the destruction of young human life.
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Matthew Archbold
What do Mary Wollstonecraft, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Dorothy Day have in common?
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Susie Lloyd
Sign up for the novena. Be counted. The bishops want to hear from you.
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Stephanie Mann
If we aren’t united in all our beliefs, we are at least united in seeking solutions to our concerns about religious freedom, our efforts and failures to evangelize our culture and our communities, the integrity of the family, and quality of education.
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Shaun McAfee
“Ask for nothing, refuse nothing.” —Saint Francis de Sales
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Kathy Schiffer
This handy little guide is a great refresher for the budding apologist, and a great short book to pass along to a Protestant friend with whom you've started a conversation.
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Thomas Craughwell
These are movies that deliver a great message, while at the same time showcasing the art of American film during its glory days.
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Edward Pentin
Benjamin Harnwell, founder of the Rome-based Institute for Human Dignity, discusses the “intuitive genius” of one of the most influential Catholics in the new Trump administration.
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Joseph Pronechen
Michael Mencer was fast going blind and was already readying to learn Braille. But the next day, as he walked home from school, his eyesight was instantly restored to normal. Doctors found his vision was perfect 20/20 and had no medical explanation why.
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Patti Armstrong
Perhaps in the interest of self-preservation, Catholic writers should provide ‘trigger warnings’ as we go about our Catholic living. Here are mine.
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Steven D. Greydanus
The least controversial need is also the most important