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Stacy A. Trasancos
COMMENTARY: Whether a child has developed enough to feel pain or not, however pain is defined, the innocent child is still worthy of dignity, life and unconditional love.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: ‘Momentarily winning the day’ has characterized Catholic infighting in 2017.
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The Editors
Editorial: The latest gun-related tragedy reflects a deepening crisis of faith and despair in the United States.
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Sue Ellen Browder
COMMENTARY: The joy of the Resurrection and the Ascension radically challenges the underlying assumption of the ‘Kinsey-Playboy-Cosmo philosophy’ at its very root.
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Lawrence Grayson
COMMENTARY: These young people, and many other committed individuals, are helping to change society.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: A deeper examination of Pope St. John Paul II’s Veritatis Splendor will illustrate how some interpretations of Amoris Laetitia are incompatible with the Catholic Church’s moral tradition.
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Archbishop Charles Chaput
COMMENTARY: A great many faithful Christians still do let their convictions ‘live loudly.’
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: The saint’s death 20 years ago coincided with a young Catholic journalist’s entry into the craft.
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Father Dwight Longenecker
COMMENTARY: King Henry VIII’s Cultural Revolution
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Carl E. Olson
COMMENTARY: How to see the world in a Catholic way — through the eyes of Christ, with the mind of Christ and with the heart of Christ.
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Archbishop Charles Chaput
COMMENTARY: The reason the Church names anger as one of the seven ‘deadly’ sins is because it’s simultaneously so poisonous, so delicious and so addictive.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: Archbishop Victor Fernandez recent analysis of Amoris Laetitia presents a rather cavalier approach to the magisterium: that difficult topics can be somehow passed over without the proper treatment they deserve.
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V. Bradley Lewis
COMMENTARY: The answer is No, based on the publicly known facts and the Church’s framework for thinking about the just use of military force.
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Anthony Esolen
COMMENTARY: To say that the spread of obscenity and profanity does not betoken a decay of morals is stupid on the face of it.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: Politics is what motivates these intemperate accusations.
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Father Dwight Longenecker
COMMENTARY: There’s no evidence that the Anglican church was founded on an ancient apostolic church that existed in Britain for 600 years before the arrival of St. Augustine.
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Paul Kengor
COMMENTARY: The confluence of their efforts changed the century and the world for the better.
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Mark and Susanna Spencer
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Chris Carstens
COMMENTARY: It’s the faithful, not the rubrics, which determine the fruitfulness of a liturgy, extraordinary or otherwise.
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Father Michael Orsi
COMMENTARY: Humanity’s increased preoccupation with ‘dying with dignity’ is a worrisome sign for our future.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The Church must offer an education that does justice to the incalculable worth of young people, the kind of formation that will prepare them to lead holy lives that inspire a broken, skeptical world to believe in love and in God.
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Donald DeMarco
COMMENTARY: The life of the Catholic convert and physician serves as a model for a world that is in critical need of moral guidance and personal heroism.
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Rebecca Taylor
COMMENTARY: Great evils are being performed on human embryos in the name of serving life by eliminating and curing disease.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: The pope emeritus’ July 11 message reminded all listeners why Benedict XVI remains without literary peer among Catholic preachers and theologians.
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Anthony Esolen
COMMENTARY: Part of a Register Symposium
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Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
COMMENTARY in response to La Civiltà Cattolica
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Anto Akkara
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: With no time to lose, Catholics should press their representatives in the Senate to take up the bill. Further, the U.S. bishops can do more to raise awareness.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: The text of the president’s speech was marvelous; it’s the context that may cause trouble.