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John Grondelski
A Catholic who claims to be a “Vatican II Catholic” cannot ignore the Council’s explicit teaching that abortion is just “one issue among many.”
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Patti Armstrong
“Christ always stood out from the crowd and we must be willing to do the same.”
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John Clark
The phrase “Hail Mary” has long been associated with football, but seldom in such an edifying way as this.
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Father Marcin Kowalski
Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal has outraged the left in Europe with its Oct. 22 ruling.
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Alexandra Greeley
“I normally do it the week between Christmas and New Year. It is just a social thing as a way to build up the community.”
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Patrick Reilly
These young people are helping Our Blessed Mother lead souls to her Son, one consecration at a time.
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John Grondelski
Love starts with the humility that we need to turn to and be joined to Jesus Christ who is Love in order to love ourselves or others.
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Jim Graves
In 1776, St. Junípero Serra, honoring his fellow Franciscan, placed California’s Mission San Juan Capistrano under St. John’s patronage.
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Bishop Joseph Strickland
Here are three essential areas that every Catholic — indeed, every faithful Christian — should keep in mind during the election.
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Angelo Stagnaro
“To die in mortal sin without repenting and accepting God’s merciful love means remaining separated from him forever by our own free choice. This state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed is called ‘hell.’” (CCC 1033)
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Patti Armstrong
The Q phenomenon seems not to have attracted many Catholics — but then, Q never really liked us in the first place.
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Kathy Schiffer
In his “Letter to Women,” St. John Paul touched on all of her important roles
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Solène Tadié
The event marking the first centenary of the Polish pope’s birth may be the only cultural event of the Eternal City for this anniversary because of COVID-19 restrictions.
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Matthew Archbold
Mission 180 aims to offer free videos to “any school, parish, parish leader, ministry leader, family, or individual looking for Catholic content they can use and share within their communities or their homes.”
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Father Stanley Smolenski
This native saint should be remember for much more than ecology because of three major devotions she had.
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Alexandra Greeley
“I learned from two fellow priests who were into smoking meat and barbecuing. I admit that I was interested more in eating than in cooking.”
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Guest Writers
Trump and Biden are scheduled to debate for a final time on Thursday evening.
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Angelo Stagnaro
“The harvest of misery is before our eyes, and the dreadful projects of the most disastrous national upheavals are threatening us from the growing power of the socialistic movement.” —Pope Leo XIII
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Jim Graves
Father Noel Moholy, a Franciscan friar and historian, reminded the world about Father Serra’s accomplishments and championed his cause.
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John Grondelski
Catholic moral theology recognizes that even the state is subject to the moral law.
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Roxane B. Salonen
Southern sensibility suggests slowing down to get a fair read of novelist Flannery O’Connor
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Regis Martin
“In a split second, my heart was touched. I believed. I suddenly perceived the piercing feeling of innocence, the eternal infancy of God.” —Paul Claudel