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Attorney General Joshua D. Hawley said that the investigation would begin as soon as possible, with the resulting report being presented to local prosecutors.
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Fr. George Rutler
Many of our great metropolises have become hospices for lapsed believers.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The robot Sophia has enchanted the world with her advanced artificial intelligence, but human beings may be missing her implicit warning that human moral conduct will determine our future with AI-robots.
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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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Joseph Pearce
One of the most exciting and powerful manifestations of Catholic beauty arose in the Catholic Cultural Revival in England over the past two centuries.
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Jim Graves
“I survived Roe vs. Wade. Roe vs. Wade will not survive me.”
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Susie Lloyd
“When you are on the sidewalk, women see you as an outward sign of their inward conscience.”
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Jim Schroeder
God always forgives; men sometimes forgive; but nature never forgives.
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Kathy Schiffer
Marches and Events Across America Protest Roe v. Wade
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Patrick Reilly
Faithful Catholic schools play no small part in the renewal of our culture
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Angelo Stagnaro
Here are 13 ideas for small-scale evangelization.
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John Grondelski
“Reproductive justice” and “gender equality” are cultural debates in which Catholics have a profound stake.
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Matthew Archbold
What does dodgeball have to do with Catholicism? Lots.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
How can we force government leaders to the table—and keep them there—until a solution is delivered?
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Kathy Schiffer
Notes on Drinking, on the Centennial of the 18th Amendment
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Joan Desmond
Four possible explanations for Cardinal Wuerl’s puzzling and shocking behavior.
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Brianna Heldt
A new bill in Colorado is yet another example of the erosion of parental rights.
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Shaun McAfee
A prayer journal is a proven means of chronicling our growth with and in the Lord. There are few better ways to aid us in our faith, hope, and seeking of his will.
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Edward Pentin
The heads of the country's bishops conference have a ‘very fraternal, interesting and fruitful meeting’ ahead of February's summit on protection of minors.
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John Clark
Is a lack of Catholic political involvement really the problem?
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Kelly Salomon
The witness of these presidents to the sacredness of human life extends all year long.
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Patti Armstrong
“There is spiritual warfare going on by removing the Eucharist—who is Jesus Christ—from people’s lives.”
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Dave Armstrong
The Bible also distinguishes between the “sojourner” and the “foreigner.”
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Edward Pentin
The retired nuncio says in an open letter to the disgraced former Archbishop of Washington that a public act of repentance would bring “healing to a gravely wounded and suffering Church.”
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Kathy Schiffer
An explanation of restrictions on Catholic burial and cremation