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Dave Armstrong
Refuting John Calvin’s false “tradition of men”
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Amanda Evinger
A review of Dr. Peter Kwasniewski’s Reclaiming Our Roman Catholic Birthright
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Regis Martin
“Mary’s mission is precisely to lead us to him, repeating to us the invitation she gave the servants in Cana: ‘Do whatever he tells you.’ Let us listen to her motherly voice!” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Kathy Schiffer
In the midst of the devastation, eight Jesuit missionaries who were in their rectory survived.
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Jimmy Akin
What happened at the mysterious event known as the Transfiguration? What did it mean?
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Kathy Schiffer
On the Feast of the Transfiguration, we are reminded of this great miracle—which has been memorialized in art and history.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
If you get rid of the supernatural from religion, it’s not a religion anymore — it’s just a set of table manners.
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Sherry Antonetti
“On the threshold of the public life: the baptism. On the threshold of the Passover: the Transfiguration.” (CCC 556)
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E. Christian Brugger
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: “I’m disgusted by the leading political candidates for president. Do I have a moral obligation to vote in November?”
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Edward Pentin
“Yesterday, in one second, more damage to the Christian quarter of Beirut was done than throughout the long years of the civil war.”
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Kathy Schiffer
Inside the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, high over a side altar, is a beautiful golden bas relief depicting the story.
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Fr. Roger Landry
COMMENTARY: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen spoke forthrightly about the ethical deformation that came from ignoring moral absolutes and justifying the intrinsically evil decision to use atomic weapons.
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Jim Graves
The Kneeling Santa idea came to Ray Gauer while he was on retreat at a Trappist Monastery in Kentucky in the 1940s.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
Aug. 4 is the day set aside for this largely-unknown New Testament saint, “Paul’s traveling companion.”
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Edward Pentin
Most cardinals have little knowledge of a prospective pope when they enter the Sistine Chapel to cast their vote. This book seeks to help remedy that.
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Patrick Reilly
The only true path forward, as always, is fidelity to Catholic teaching.
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Alexandra Greeley
Msgr. Gigantiello graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in New York, and worked as a professional chef for 10 years before entering the seminary.
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Michael O’Neill
Mother Theresa died in 1918 and was declared venerable in 1994
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Joseph Pronechen
Preview of Pray: The Story of Patrick Peyton, which tells the story of the ‘Venerable’ media priest.
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Mary Harrell
I’m one of the many mothers who is reluctantly, for the first time ever, putting a toe in the waters of home schooling this fall.
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Edward Pentin
The latest news of Benedict’s condition came from his biographer, Peter Seewald, who visited the Pope Emeritus over the weekend.
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Edward Pentin
Father George Woodall highlighted several aspects of the document, including what he called its ‘rambling’ text and ‘vague, superficial and generic’ moral principles.
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Dave Armstrong
It is perfectly understandable that the “bystanders” at the crucifixion misunderstood Jesus as calling out to Elijah, because they believed in Elijah’s return and the intercession of the saints.
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John Grondelski
This Sunday’s Gospel makes crystal clear that the unbreakable link between the Eucharist and the priesthood is not a human invention, but is willed and intended by the Lord.
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John Clark
God does not assess our guilt as it compares to others; God is not a college professor who grades “on the curve.”
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Angelo Stagnaro
The Catholic Church has always been open to science.
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Edward Pentin
What could have been a golden opportunity to preach the Gospel in the midst of suffering has instead brought aggressive church restrictions and flippant liturgical practices.
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Jessica Pipes
A famous sickbed conversion was only the beginning of his story of patience, perseverance and trust.
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Shaun McAfee
“By preparing children for First Communion we introduce them into the principal mystery of Christian life.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Sherry Antonetti
What is mercy, but God’s love poured out? I cannot think of anything world need more.