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Features
Peter Jesserer Smith
Catholics prayed together in the Pre-Reformation English form of the Roman Rite familiar to St. Thomas More and his contemporaries.
World
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While the Catholic Church continues to debate deaconesses, some Orthodox Churches have already embraced them, and still others look on with caution.
Nation
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March for Life 2020 was marked by historic firsts.
World
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Byzantine chant takes its place among 42 other traditions and practices recognized by the United Nations as part of the shared intangible patrimony of humanity.
Education
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CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK: Faithful education rides on innovating funding, governance models, parents and educators say.
Features
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DECADE IN REVIEW: Three Catholic new-media users discuss social media and how their own responses to it have changed.
Nation
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On the 100th anniversary of the 20th Amendment, the March for Life gives a clarion reminder to build a culture that recognizes that to be pro-life is to be pro-woman.
Features
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These inspiring people attest to faith in Jesus Christ.
Education
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Efforts to advance educational mission in 2019 include new ways of putting their Catholic values into action.
World
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Christians in the Middle East seek to provide a witness of hope as old threats linger and newer ones emerge this Christmas.
Nation
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New USCCB head is considered a leader who makes the call to holiness the center of the Church’s mission and action.
Nation
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A Register interview with Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of Albany, New York, who on Wednesday was appointed as apostolic administrator of the troubled Diocese of Buffalo following the resignation of Bishop Richard Malone.
Nation
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Part 3 of a Register report on allegations of sexual misconduct and the existence of an homosexual subculture at the Diocese of Buffalo’s seminary.
Nation
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Part 2 of a Register report on allegations of sexual misconduct and the existence of an entrenched homosexual subculture at the Diocese of Buffalo’s seminary.
Nation
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Part 1: Recent allegations of sexual misconduct at Christ the King Seminary are a central component of the problems that have triggered the recent apostolic visitation of the Diocese of Buffalo.
Features
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Friars in the U.S. are using the creativity afforded by the internet to bring an 800-year tradition to people who need to hear the Gospel.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Catholic take on ‘Giving Tuesday’ phenomenon has become a national force since it began as a New Orleans Archdiocese initiative.
World
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The members of three Catholic dioceses with Anglican traditions reflect on the challenges and opportunities for evangelization afforded by Benedict XVI’s visionary decree Anglicanorum Coetibus.
Nation
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Renewing Catholic discipleship and the Catholic understanding of fellowship flowing from the Eucharist are key to revitalizing Catholic belief in Jesus’ Real Presence.
Nation
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THE MYSTERY OF THE EUCHARIST: Special Section story — The new Pew Survey is sounding a ‘red alert’ that most Catholics are disengaging with the core reality of the faith.
World
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Speaking from the front lines of this week’s Turkish invasion of northern Syria, a young Christian resident discusses the consequences of President Trump’s decision to pull American troops out of the region.
Books
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BOOK PICK: St. Gregory’s Prayer Book
Nation
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Charlie Specht, a Catholic award-winning journalist, discusses with the Register the findings of his reporting about the wave of scandalous allegations now enveloping the Diocese of Buffalo.
Nation
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Most parents operate under a naive belief their family is ‘immune’ from sex abuse — but without proper awareness, experts indicate they could actually be the most vulnerable.
Nation
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US Catholics are discovering a hidden but glorious legacy of holy lives and martyrs in North America thanks to the Tekakwitha Conference.
Nation
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Wen’s health care agenda was at variance with the board of directors’ preference for political advocacy.
In Person
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Avera Maria Santo discusses with the Register the importance of community, friends and family in living out integrated sexuality.
Culture of Life
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A recent salvo by The Guardian indicates that fertility-awareness-based methods are leaving their niche in Catholic circles and entering the mainstream.
Nation
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Black Catholic candidates for sainthood provide a powerful answer to: Why be Catholic?
Features
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Joint project of Corpus Christi Watershed and the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter aims to teach people how to make sacred music at Mass and vespers come alive in parishes.