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Patrick Reilly
Catholic students should learn the Truth about the human person in the classroom, and see it lived out.
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John C. Preiss
The spirituality of Sts. Francisco and Jacinta is Trinitarian, Christocentric, contemplative and apostolic.
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Edward Pentin
The Holy Father’s handwritten note of appreciation came in response to Cardinal Müller’s Feb. 12 statement calling Querida Amazonia “a pastoral letter of prophetic power.”
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Patti Armstrong
“It’s that simplicity and childlike trust of doing what Our Lady asks that Jacinta and the other children did to a heroic degree.”
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John Grondelski
The vanishing light in the church from the extinguished candles reminds us that we, as sinners, without Christ, “dwell in darkness.”
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Anna Abbott
Faith strengthens families in a hostile world. Without the witness of families, the Faith weakens.
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Sherry Antonetti
How do we do it? We smile and plunge into it — and draw close to Christ.
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Matt D’Antuono
The idea that the Catholic Church and science are at war is nonsense.
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Susanna Spencer
The loss of the Alleluia can remind us of the joy that is to come.
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Jim Graves
Christ in the City introduces young Catholics to adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and confession.
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Fr. Roger Landry
The Holy Father’s apostolic exhortation Querida Amazonia is a crucial missionary reset for the Church.
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Father John P. Cush
We are called to be “useless servants,” doing only what we need to do.
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Dave Armstrong
Not all images are ”graven images.”
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Alexandra Greeley
Jennifer Miller helps Catholics put the feast in each feast day.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
I am convinced that just as we were spared from serious error in Humanae Vitae, so the Holy Spirit spared the Church in Querida Amazonia.
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Joseph Pearce
All talk of “being nice” in the absence of true love is “as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.”
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
“What Christ entrusted to the Apostles, they in turn handed on by their preaching and writing, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, to all generations, until Christ returns in glory.” (CCC 96)
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Patti Armstrong
May God bless us all on the journey to heaven and lead us to surrender.
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Alyssa Murphy
Catholic hot takes on the top 5 trends of the week
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James Day
We will always be there for you, no matter where or when.
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John Grondelski
Most American parishes observe the feast only minimally, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
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Solène Tadié
The author of the critically-acclaimed new documentary Lourdes discusses the genesis and ambition of this long-term project on the occasion of a screening at the Vatican.