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This new charity is determined to make a difference to the lives of Middle-Eastern Christians
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The plague pit that was called ‘limbo’ is somewhere still buried below London, as, too, for now at least, are the remains of its victims.
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“The sound that woke him that night was like nothing he had heard before…”
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Meet Ferdi McDermott — Catholic educator and revolutionary
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“Keep the Faith against all things and all men”
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Dobri Dobrev lived almsgiving at a heroic level
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On April 29, the nations of England, Scotland and Wales will be joined in prayer around the British coast
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Catholics have the consolation of knowing that we are not alone, and never have been.
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Young people are turning away from virtual technology and looking for something tactile, something real.
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If you know where to look in the vast London Underground, there are numerous signs indicating the Name to which all must bow.
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What is on offer here is a way of life: A Catholic life lived through and in the liturgical year.
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Not so long ago, Catholics kept the Christmas season until the feast of Candlemas. Now, for some, it seems even 12 days is too long.
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‘The Road to Bethlehem’ is great fun for the family—and, at its heart, it is truly countercultural.
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The publicity surrounding the painting’s sale reminded the world who really is King of Kings and Lord of all.
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The surveillance culture has proved to be an unforgiving one.
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When the Poor Clares took up residence at their monastery in New Mexico that was the real Roswell incident.
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An advertisement has removed the Christ Child for a lie; a city council has also removed the child with another lie.
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If you could but see, at every jolt, the bloodied limbs and vile wounds on these innocents, you would not dismiss with such ease those who repeat the old lie: ‘safe, legal, rare.’
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But You Might Be Surprised to Hear Where Many of These Famous Pictures Came From
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You have been bought at a great price, and the glory of that is only yours to share.
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In the congregation of London’s French Protestant church, what is the view of the Reformation now, some 500 years on from it?
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‘If you want to be loved, don’t become a pro-lifer.’
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Ignorance is bliss, but knowledge is power.
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“It was hard work but worth every minute.”
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The Soviet Union was built on lies and brutality. They had no answer when confronted with Janina Jandulska’s truth and goodness.
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This is what happens when religious strife is added to the noxious mix of sports and politics.
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Once more at Walsingham Friary, if now to an open sky, the Blessed Sacrament was held aloft.
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Between the October Revolution of 1917 and the declaration of the Soviet Union in 1922, approximately 15 million people lost their lives through war and famine.
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When someone asks for your sign, tell them, ‘The Star of Bethlehem.’
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Pope Leo XIII memorably stated that when England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady would return to England.
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There are time-shattering realities that take place every time a priest offers Mass.
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Evil in our lives—in all its forms—must be drowned in a sea of goodness.
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“When England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady will return to England.” —Pope Leo XIII
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Welcome to the adventurous mission of EWTN Ireland.
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Fictional prayers and sacraments occasionally seem to have an impact on the real lives of actors like John Wayne, Vincent Price, and St. Genesius himself.
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Each of us has a part to play in the world of the Arts — to build the New Jerusalem from the ruins of our modern Babylon.