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Edward Pentin
In a letter circulated privately to bishops, the Brazilian cardinal advises the document is on schedule to be promulgated later this month or in early February.
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Jim Graves
Founded in 1980 in Newark, New Jersey, the Brotherhood of Hope evangelize on secular college campuses throughout the U.S.
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Angelo Stagnaro
“Once a person has come to faith, it is faith that must have the primacy in the relationship between faith and reason.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Father John P. Cush
How did St. Irenaeus assist the papacy and the episcopacy in the early days of the Church? Primarily by making a rational defense of the truth of the faith.
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Dave Armstrong
Some are opposed to crucifixes, but even Martin Luther defended them, saying, “If it is not a sin but good to have an image of Christ in my heart, why should it be a sin to have it in my eyes?”
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Joseph Pearce
Television has a way of sucking the meaning from life so that we forget the end to which our lives are meant to be directed.
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Patti J. Smith
Pro-abortion Democratic politicians have sold their souls for the millions of dollars being poured into their campaigns by the abortion lobby.
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Edward Pentin
The book’s rollout caused a backlash against Benedict appearing as co-author of the book, even though it appears the Pope Emeritus had given at least tacit prior approval for the full manuscript.
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John Clark
In a nation flooded with partisan politics, the Kingship of Jesus Christ is the surest high ground.
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Jennifer Fitz
Your child’s busy brain is a gift from God — to your child, and to you.
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Susanna Spencer
Thank you for your years of loving active service. Thank you for your prayers as you grow daily feebler, daily closer to Our Lord.
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Edward Pentin
“I think we are losing beauty and there is a danger that, with it, we will lose the meaning of life,” the late English philosopher warned.
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Anna Abbott
Tangible experiences have their place, but Our Lord also reminds us, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe.” (John 20:29)
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Marge Fenelon
This sacrament is also called "the washing of regeneration and renewal by the Holy Spirit," for it signifies and actually brings about the birth of water and the Spirit without which no one "can enter the kingdom of God." (CCC 1215)
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Joanne Bergamin
The annual ceremony on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord carries on a tradition of Pope Saint John Paul II.
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Jim Schroeder
“Do your present duty, bear your present pain, and enjoy your present pleasures, and let the emotions and experiences take care of themselves.” —C.S. Lewis
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Shaun McAfee
Nearly every aspect of this movie seemed deliberately aimed at wrecking the image of Pope Benedict XVI.
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Kathy Schiffer
On Sunday, Schmalz’s sculpture “Homeless Jesus” will have a new home in Mexico City.
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Jim Graves
“We’re called to have hearts on fire for Christ. It’s not merely about head knowledge, but about allowing Jesus and the Holy Spirit to empower us.”
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Kevin Di Camillo
From the Carthusians to the Camaldolese, these religious orders show that the good guys wear white, too.
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Patti Armstrong
Beginning with prayer and culminating (if necessary) with formal exorcism, these are four steps of breaking Satan’s bonds and finding “freedom through Christ.”
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Vincent Weaver
This can be a lonely premise to stand behind, but it’s still worth fighting for.
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Kathy Schiffer
Children’s books can strengthen character — or transmit great evil
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Satan hates God. Satan hates you. And Satan hates the Rosary.
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Claire Dwyer
“Who is your saintly friend for 2020?”
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Patrick Reilly
Nick Sandmann’s win is a win for all of us — especially those who brave the storms and public scorn each year to attend the March for Life in Washington and nationwide.
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Sherry Antonetti
“May God banish from the hearts of people whatever might endanger peace…”
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John Grondelski
Keep an eye on what happens in Richmond during this session of the General Assembly.
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Joseph Pearce
A society that turns its back on holy matrimony and refuses the blessing of children is doomed to fail.
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Father John P. Cush
Saint Irenaeus refuted heretics and emphasized the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist, and apostolic succession and the role of the pope.