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Peter Jesserer Smith
Although Jane Doe has obtained an abortion, the Justice Department wants to make sure the ACLU cannot use the case for its larger legal abortion strategy.
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John Grondelski
This is no time for mute prophets, for the Church is in “a lively battle for the dignity of man”
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Shaun McAfee
These Catholic books are great for toddlers and young kids.
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Patti Armstrong
“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened round his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.” (Matthew 18:6)
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Dave Armstrong
There will be opposition to the “full” Catholic teaching. If there isn’t, we need to examine ourselves very closely...
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Angelo Stagnaro
Fr. Georges Lemaître’s calculations were correct. So were his physics and his faith.
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Sherry Antonetti
“Human freedom is a force for growth and maturity in truth and goodness; it attains its perfection when directed toward God, our beatitude.” (CCC 1731)
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Kevin Di Camillo
Starting with the unparalleled ‘Butler’s Lives of the Saints,’ here are ten recommendations for further reading
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Edward Pentin
As the encyclical turns 50, the president emeritus of the Pontifical Pope St. John Paul II Theological Institute tackles various attempts to soften its teaching.
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Jim Graves
“Horsemanship teaches us students our role as caretakers of creation.”
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. Elijah is honored on July 20; he is the patron of the Carmelite Order and Vehicle Blessings.
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Edward Pentin
Bishop Juan Jose Pineda Fasquelle was at the center of allegations involving abuse of seminarians and financial misconduct.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Truth, beauty and goodness — like a fine wine — get better with age, but Coca-Cola just fizzles out and goes flat.
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Susanna Spencer
St. John Cassian lays down a few simple rules for those who struggle with intemperance
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Joseph Pearce
Society is crucifying itself through its hatred of the Cross
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Kathy Schiffer
Muggeridge delivered an impassioned defense of Humanae Vitae in 1978, four years before he became Catholic
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Jonathan Liedl
Venezuelan seminarians are struggling to continue their formation for the priesthood in the midst of a deepening national crisis
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E. Christian Brugger
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: What does the Church teach about migration and the common good?
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Matthew Archbold
Notre Dame once again honors a "personally opposed" politician.
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Sophia Feingold
Iconography reminds us that the saints will sit in judgment with Christ.
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Fr. George Rutler
Because George Washington did not contradict divine order, he did not end up on the chopping block like Robespierre.
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Marge Fenelon
“In Heaven God is adored unceasingly ... is it not fitting to begin adoring God on earth?”
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John Clark
A Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is not only something we should press for, but also pray and fast for.
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Amanda Evinger
Homeschooling has a phenomenal capacity to equip our children to gain eternal life with God
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Father John P. Cush
Pray for the families of those discerning a call or in formation for religious life or Holy Orders.
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Brianna Heldt
The Dicastery for the Laity, the Family and Life published a document on June 1 entitled, ‘Giving the Best of Yourself. A document about the Christian perspective on sport and the human person’
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Edward Pentin
The English professor discusses what revisions or reinterpretations, if any, could be permitted as the encyclical reaches its 50th anniversary, and responds to a controversial list drawn up by the editor in chief of the Italian bishops’ newspaper, ‘Avvenire.’