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Amy Smith
I feel close to my friends the saints. They are with God, and I know they understand daily life here below, with all of its joys and sorrows and everything in between.
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Rachel Lanz
Movie makers look to express truth in film, follow papal inspiration.
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CNA/EWTN News
Attorney General Joshua D. Hawley said that the investigation would begin as soon as possible, with the resulting report being presented to local prosecutors.
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Fr. George Rutler
Many of our great metropolises have become hospices for lapsed believers.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The robot Sophia has enchanted the world with her advanced artificial intelligence, but human beings may be missing her implicit warning that human moral conduct will determine our future with AI-robots.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Although Jane Doe has obtained an abortion, the Justice Department wants to make sure the ACLU cannot use the case for its larger legal abortion strategy.
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John Grondelski
“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and decay destroy, and thieves break in and steal. ... For where your treasure is, there also will your heart be.”
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Benjamin Wiker
If we keep this fact in mind, then we can finally understand what Ephesians 5:21-33 is really saying.
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K.V. Turley
“Woodstock wasn’t peace and love ... By the time it all ended, the worst sides of our nature had come out.” —Roger Daltrey
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Shaun McAfee
I love pilgrimages and I also love meeting other Catholics, and hope to see you at one of these locations!
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Alyssa Murphy
Catholic hot takes on the top 5 trends of the week
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Robert Klesko
“Indeed it is appropriate and useful that men who carry out a truly diaconal ministry in the Church, whether in its liturgical and pastoral life or whether in its social and charitable works, should ... be made more fruitful through the sacramental grace of the diaconate." (CCC 1571)
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Dave Armstrong
Jesus taught that we should love all people, and that includes those closest to us
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Kathy Schiffer
On the Feast of St. Stephen each year, the first King of Hungary is remembered and the Holy Right is carried in procession through the town.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Bishop Steven Lopes of the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter told the Register that Catholics need more than catechesis: they need experiences of Jesus’s real presence in the Mass and through fellowship with the members of Christ’s body.
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Stanislaw and Ludmila Grygiel
Karol Wojtyla’s philosophical thought is focused on man, on his being a person in relation to God and to other people.
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Msgr. Charles Pope
Bishops should encourage priests to foster reverence with traditions like ad orientem worship, kneeling for Holy Communion and the wider use of Latin.
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Bree A. Dail
‘We will all leave this world one day. Trust in God.’
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Pat Cross
An ideological ouroboros
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Marge Fenelon
“You conceived the living God and, by your prayers, will deliver our souls from death.”
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Kathy Schiffer
In the West, it’s called the “Assumption.” In the East, it’s called the “Dormition.” Under any name, Christians have been celebrating the great event for more than 1,900 years.
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Jimmy Akin
August 15 is the Assumption of Mary. Here are 12 things to know and share...
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Kelly Salomon
“There is great hope in seeing young people who do believe this doctrine with their whole being.”
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Katie Warner
An interview with John Hart, founder of Feast Day boxes