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Dave Armstrong
Someone once told me that only science could determine if a baby elephant was in one’s garage. This is untrue.
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Thomas Craughwell
In 1886, Pope Leo XIII beatified Margaret along with 63 other English martyrs.
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Fr. Roger Landry
COMMENTARY: As the world endures the worst global sickness in a century and millions are enduring truly difficult times, those words take on added meaning.
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E. Christian Brugger
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Is it a mortal sin when I don’t help homeless people I see on the street?
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Joseph Pearce
From the very ashes of the World on Fire these great writers would enkindle the power and the glory of the Word on Fire!
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Kevin Di Camillo
An interview with Franciscan Father Peter Vasko
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John Grondelski
COVID-19 has helped highlight the gap between the methods of modern communication available to the Church and their pitiful use in practice.
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Alexandra Greeley
“In one shot you’ll find the perfect intercessor in Heaven for your petition and the perfect drink to toast him with when he comes through for you.”
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Steven D. Greydanus
Homily for the Memorial of Saint Philip Neri, priest
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Joseph Pronechen
The first and the last to die in World War I — one healing the body, the other healing the soul.
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Matthew Archbold
This is the kind of bravery we should keep in mind this Memorial Day. Please pray for the many souls who have sacrificed all today.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
How do Catholics understand Mary’s participation in the redemptive work of Christ, and why does it matter?
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Anna Abbott
When something happens that makes nonbelievers think religion is a con game, how should faithful Catholics respond?
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John Clark
“Let us rejoice with spiritual joy, and let us with gladness pay God worthy thanks and raise our hearts' eyes unimpeded to those heights where Christ is.” —Pope Leo I
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Jimmy Akin
In 2013 Pope Francis explained Jesus’ mysterious Ascension into heaven. Here are 7 things he wants you to know about it.
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John Grondelski
What truths should a Catholic draw from the Ascension?
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Winston Elliott III
“And look, I am with you always; yes, to the end of time.”
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Susan Klemond
“Not that I complain of want; for I have learned, in whatever state I am, to be content.” (Philippians 4:11)
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Jim Graves
Insights from Ave Maria University, Magdalen College, Thomas More College, UC Santa Barbara and USC.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Herein lies a difference between the Catholic worldview and the secular one.
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Joseph Pronechen
These last two months for those awaiting ordination and for the entire Catholic populace have been like no other in recent times.
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Regis Martin
Julian came to see in that tiny little hazelnut the crystallization of three truths on which everything depends.
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Shaun McAfee
St. Simeon Stylites the Younger, pray for us.
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Alyssa Murphy
A teeny-tiny, 2-pound baby born on Leap Day is now growing by leaps and bounds in McAllen, Texas.
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Rick Becker
Terminal dehydration and VSED are widespread forms of euthanasia — and “intentional euthanasia, whatever its forms or motives, is murder.” (CCC 2324)
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John Grondelski
This is an opportunity to make the return to Mass as solemn and festive as it should be.
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Edward Pentin
The move is the latest in a series of changes that Father Juan Antonio Guerrero, prefect for the Secretariat of the Economy, has made to Vatican finances.