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Göran Faldt
Marriage cannot be redefined — nor can the meaning and purpose of human sexuality.
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Robert Klesko
Nick Silverio’s ‘A Safe Haven for Newborns’ apostolate has been a lifeline to those in crisis.
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K.V. Turley
The prime minister’s refutation of a potentially scandalous trip to Italy bring a surprising revelation.
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David Mills
COMMENTARY: If a religious believer like Amy Coney Barrett is nominated to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, the secular dogma will live loudly in the public discourse.
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Sophia Feingold
Mass in coronavirus time becomes an incidental public witness to the faith in secular cities.
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Zubair Simonson
“Remember that nothing is small in the eyes of God. Do all that you do with love.” —St. Thérèse of Lisieux
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
“As Jesus passed on from there, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at the customs post. He said to him, ‘Follow me.’ And he got up and followed him.” (Matthew 9:9)
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Alexandra Greeley
“The sense of sharing a meal,” says Father Whitestone, “is an act of love, of service to another … an experience of love.”
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Jim Graves
The Southern California Norbertines, who are known for their piety and orthodoxy, will soon have a new, larger abbey to accommodate their growing community.
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John Grondelski
It remains to be seen whether Catholic schools can fully live up to the opportunity the Supreme Court has given them.
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Joseph Pronechen
The prophetic Sheen again sounds as he were looking at today’s society, finding hope in an unusual example amid violence and runaway science
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Edward Pentin
In a recent letter, Cardinal Robert Sarah stressed that the measures “given by the bishops and episcopal conferences expire when the situation returns to normal.”
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Regis Martin
Only in Catholic circles, it seems, may one boast of the great unwashed, its ranks replete with the most rotten and wayward of men.
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Dave Armstrong
Critics object that the ‘free will defense’ fails because it doesn’t address natural evils. This isn’t true at all.
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Michael O’Neill
“If you must fail, fail on the side of kindness,” said the nun who was renowned for her sanctity. “Be kinder than kindness itself to the old people.”
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Angelo Stagnaro
“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy
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Mary Harrell
We’ve survived the first five days — and I’m more grateful than ever for the guidance of homeschoolers who have been doing this for years.
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Jim Schroeder
It is in our closest relationships, and especially in our marriages, that we are especially called to grow in sanctity.
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Fr. Roger Landry
COMMENTARY: Given the latest figures and with the Church’s protocols for safety, there is no reason to continue a general dispensation from Sunday Mass.
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E. Christian Brugger
DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: God gave us free will and knows it can be used to do bad things.
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Kathy Schiffer
The three winners — Catholic Sprouts, Eden Invitation and the Juan Diego Network — were each awarded $100,000 and the promise of ongoing support from an “Investor Tribe.”
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Patti Armstrong
“I declare that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church’s faithful.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Joseph Pearce
A world without the truths that fairy tales evoke would be a much poorer world.
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Father John P. Cush
“Concomitance,” as St. Thomas Aquinas explains it, means that “nothing is lost by the body being received by the people without the blood.”