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Sarah Reinhard
Three novels that are fun to read (and may leave you better for having read them)
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Steven D. Greydanus
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Father John P. Cush
The great pope and Doctor of the Church offers encouraging wisdom to young priests, seminarians and potential seminarians.
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Robert Klesko
“This kind of life has the glory of God as its only aim.”
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Kathy Schiffer
Nov. 9 is the Feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome
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Alexandra Greeley
“I did the website as a homage to all these people who have families and friends who are really good cooks.”
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Joseph Pronechen
Two non-profit organizations have teamed up again this year to provide large Nativity figures for public display.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Moral relativists hate living next door to other moral relativists.
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Joseph Pronechen
Part 4 of 6 installments brings even more inspiring and amazing ways St. Thérèse continues to “send down a shower of roses from the heaven” and spend her “heaven doing good upon earth.”
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Jim Graves
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has designated Nov. 3-9, 2019, as National Vocation Awareness Week.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
It is a little-known fact that Father Damien labored to established perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament among his lepers.
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Amy Smith
“Just as the seed is meant to be a tree, we are meant to grow into Jesus.”
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Kristan Hawkins
My hope for Joe Biden is that he returns to his faith and spends the rest of his life in public service defending the dignity of women and children.
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Fr. Matthew Schneider
For 2,000 years, the Church has not wavered in her teaching on the immorality of homosexual acts.
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Edward Pentin
According to a joint open letter released in Germany, vicars general say ‘fundamental reform’ is ‘essential’ and ask that accusations that participants are ‘lacking orthodoxy’ be avoided during the two-year synodal process.
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John Grondelski
November is an opportunity for the Church to pray for the dead and evangelize about man’s last enemy, death
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Guest Writers
The Peanut Butter Falcon is a compelling reminder of the power of love, transparency and friendship.
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Matt D’Antuono
Jesus Christ is King. Viva Cristo Rey!
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John Grondelski
Parenthood is not just a matter of “personal autonomy” but has social implications in which society as a whole has vital rights and interests
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Steven D. Greydanus
Bishop Robert Barron on Pope St. John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and The Divine Plan, in theaters nationwide for one day only — Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m.
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Edward Pentin
The little-publicized declaration consists of 14 pledges to “build together effective solutions for sustainable development of Amazonia.”
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Edward Pentin
Alexander Tschugguel tells the Register his motivations for seizing the idols, why he’s decided to come forward, and what he hopes his action will achieve.
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Guest Writers
Many people believe that the Eastern discipline of ordaining married men to the priesthood contradicts the Western discipline of priestly celibacy. Here’s why that belief is wrong.