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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
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William A. Thomas
Since March 2020, with the COVID-19 lockdown in Ireland, people have begun returning to the Mass Rocks to pray.
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Kathy Schiffer
The movie is based on the real-life story of Jorge and Leslie Bacardi, known for their family’s Caribbean-imported Bacardi Rum.
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Monika Jablonska
“Behold, dear friends, the charge I entrust to you today: be disciples and witnesses of the Gospel, so that the Gospel may be the good seed of God’s Kingdom, the civilization of love!” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Carrie Gress
Radical feminism has left women hopeless by pushing out the voices women need to hear the most.
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Jimmy Akin
“Dogmas are lights along the path of faith; they illuminate it and make it secure. Conversely, if our life is upright, our intellect and heart will be open to welcome the light shed by the dogmas of faith.” (CCC 89)
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John Grondelski
Men who think they can build heaven on earth usually build hell instead.
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Susanna Spencer
Entering into the memories of a miscarriage is like praying with the Seven Sorrows of Mary.
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Lauretta Brown
Sen. Chris Coons set the tone for the day by asking Barrett if she agreed with Justice Antonin Scalia’s opinion that Griswold v. Connecticut was “wrongly decided.”
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Dave Armstrong
“Charisms are to be accepted with gratitude by the person who receives them and by all members of the Church as well.” (CCC 800)
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Joan Desmond
Though Joe Biden has said Democrats should not attack Barrett’s Catholic beliefs, he has not addressed the media’s treatment of her faith.
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Fr. Roger Landry
COMMENTARY: In just a short time, Blessed Carlo not only lived life to the full, but also became a teacher to his peers, the poor and to the whole Catholic Church.
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Patrick Reilly
For young people at home and in campus residences, the temptation and opportunity to view online pornography has probably never