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Edward Pentin
Some prominent figures in Australia are putting their heads above the parapet to express doubts about the cardinal’s conviction.
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Joan Desmond
“This is a dangerous precedent for citizen journalism and First Amendment civil rights across the country,” said the Center for Medical Progress.
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Alexandra Greeley
Chef Bunoan established a foundation to cook and deliver healthful meals to cancer patients who are too sick to cook.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Msgr. Keith Newton, the ordinary for the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, shared his reflections on the 10th anniversary of Benedict XVI’s founding document, Anglicanorum Coetibus.
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Anna Abbott
Trying to please everyone displeases God.
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Jim Schroeder
“The Church is the Temple of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit is the soul, as it were, of the Mystical Body, the source of its life, of its unity in diversity, and of the riches of its gifts and charisms.” (CCC 809)
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Dave Armstrong
“Mary ‘remained a virgin in conceiving her Son, a virgin in giving birth to him, a virgin in carrying him, a virgin in nursing him at her breast, always a virgin.’ With her whole being she is ‘the handmaid of the Lord.’’ (CCC 510)
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Joseph Pronechen
Part 5 of 6 installments again shares our readers inspiring and amazing ways St. Thérèse helped them by sending “down a shower of roses from the heaven” and spending her “heaven doing good upon earth.”
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Amanda Evinger
Bishop Athanasius Schneider reminds us that Christ has already conquered the world and its annihilative forces.
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Fr. Roger Landry
William Barr’s comments are a wake-up call for citizens to take seriously the threats to religious liberty and freedom of conscience — and to begin to act.
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Kathy Schiffer
“God helps those who help themselves”
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Matt D’Antuono
Our clothing can still witness to our Catholic faith in the secular world.
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John Grondelski
Howard Husock asks what part the government might play in some of our contemporary social problems.
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Michael Kenney
Every day, no matter how challenging, is a gift.
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Tom Nash
Spirit and Life highlights a variety of churches throughout the United States and abroad
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society is holding the Conference on the Anglican Tradition in the Catholic Church Nov. 15-16, 2019, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Anglicanorum Coetibus.
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Susan Klemond
God can find ways to bless us through every action — even the ones he merely permits.
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Marge Fenelon
Jesus is the Light, and when we seek him, we receive both spiritual and actual sustenance.
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Edward Pentin
The Holy See says the summit, co-convened by the UN Population Fund, focuses too much on ‘a few controversial and divisive issues’ — particularly promotion of abortion and contraception.
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Patti Armstrong
These South American Marian devotions are heaven’s rebuke to idol worship.
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Bree A. Dail
The priests suggest the Rosary and prayers to the Sacred Heart, as well as “some form of penance, such as fasting, abstinence and other forms of mortification”
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Solène Tadié
French philosopher and playwright Fabrice Hadjadj challenges misconceptions about the virtue of humility and praises the quest for glory as an authentically Christian goal.
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Sophia Feingold
A Catholic understanding of the end times prevents apocalyptic mistakes.
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Sarah Reinhard
Three novels that are fun to read (and may leave you better for having read them)