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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The response to allegations has been concrete, transparent and authentically Catholic, in its efforts to discern what is wrong at the seminary and how to rectify those shortcomings.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: For the new leader of the U.S. bishops, practical priorities are placed in the context of eternity.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
GUEST EDITORIAL: The Pan-Amazon synod manifested a certain lack of ‘care for all the Churches’ in three ways.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: This attempted imposition of contentious and discredited Church concepts on the Amazon by Europeans and North Americans is nothing less than theological colonialism.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: A primary reason for the synodal push is that, for decades, many Church leaders in Germany have been convinced that only novel and radical change can stave off the impending collapse of Christianity in their country.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The continent is filled with the promise of a vibrant, young and dedicated Catholic Church that continues to grow exponentially.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The next few weeks may determine whether the Church in Hong Kong will continue to enjoy the freedoms promised in 1997.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Recent events have thrown the future of the Pontifical John Paul II Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences into theological confusion.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The unexpected firing of CEO Leana Wen has exposed real mission and priorities of the U.S. abortion giant.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The evidence to date strongly suggests the October gathering is in danger of heading down the same road of damaging, unnecessary controversy as the preceding family synods — potentially to a much greater degree.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Illinois shepherd’s decree puts pro-abortion politicians on notice.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: With many of the leading questions still unaddressed, it’s more urgent than ever that U.S. Catholics get the answers they need and deserve.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Apostolic letter’s framework for moving forward must be seen only as one major component in a universal and comprehensive response to the worldwide sex-abuse crisis.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Religious communities are in the crosshairs of extremist forces fueled by grotesque ideologies and personal grievances
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The cause of life is gaining new followers and new momentum.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: News from Baltimore, and Boston, reflects that, after many failures, missteps and delays, true accountability is on the horizon.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: A new tell-all book from a French journalist is a distraction from the real problems the Church needs to deal with.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The Church needs to administer strong medicine in the face of publicly dissenting Catholic politicians like the New York governor.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: We must challenge false claims that seek to defame and slander young people and maliciously attach the pro-life movement to racism and intolerance.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Pope Francis said in 2015, when asked if politics is martyrdom, ‘Yes. It is a kind of martyrdom. But it is a daily martyrdom: seeking the common good without letting yourself be corrupted.’
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: The words of Pope Paul VI, canonized during a tumultuous 2018, are especially appropriate to consider as we begin 2019.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Heeding Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, we ought to assess our moral and spiritual ‘stature’ by asking what it is exactly we are awaiting? What are we hoping for?
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Time is short for concrete actions and authentic reforms. We cannot afford another missed opportunity.
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Paul Kengor
GUEST EDITORIAL
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: Cardinal DiNardo is right: The Church’s hope for true reform lies not in new policies, but in renewed holiness.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: All-or-nothing love for Christ and what it means for hard times
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: For the sake of the Church’s future, we need concrete and credible answers from the Vatican — and we need these answers soon.
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: ‘We want a Church that proclaims truth profoundly. We want a Church that proclaims the teachings of our Church honestly.’
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The Editors
EDITORIAL: If access to key McCarrick-related documents and witnesses is restricted, the faithful have the capacity to draw their own conclusions.