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Concerns about morality, AIDS prevention, and civil rights converge as Uganda passes its controversial anti-homosexuality bill.

While many in the United States and elsewhere have been troubled by the passage of harsh new laws against homosexual behavior in Uganda, hundreds of Ugandans gathered in Kampala on March 31 for a five-hour long parade to celebrate the recently signed “Anti-Homosexuality Bill.”  Called the “National Thanksgiving Service Celebrating the Passing of t...

The great Polish pope constantly emphasized the universal call to holiness as demonstrated in the lives of the saints.

At the outset of his Petrine ministry and several times thereafter, Pope Wojtyla told us that his pontificate was dedicated to the faithful interpretation and implementation of the Second Vatican Council. He also told us that central to the renewal of Vatican II is the universal call to holiness. “[T]his call to holiness is precisely the basic charge ent...

A new collection of Benedict XVI’s eco-centric homilies, letters, and addresses offers much to ponder and perhaps even act on.

It’s a joy to happen upon an old friend, to again hear his style of speaking and his way of engaging the world. When the old friend is Benedict XVI, however, things quickly move beyond the sentimental. So it goes with The Garden of God: Toward a Human Ecology (The Catholic University of America Press, 2014)...

After a long absence, Catholic programming will again hit the airwaves in LA and Orange Counties and the surrounding areas.

After a 14-year hiatus, English-speaking Catholic radio will be returning to the Los Angeles area. Immaculate Heart Radio recently announced the purchase of KTYM AM 1460, a religious station in the Inglewood neighborhood of southwest Los Angeles, for $6 million. About 40 percent of the funding for the purchase of the station comes from t...

The readings for the Solemnity of Easter show how the faith of the first Christians was squarely based on historical events and objective truth.

Imagine for a moment that the Apostle Peter, standing before the Roman centurion Cornelius, had said, with a somewhat embarrassed grimace, “Well, it’s my personal opinion that Jesus rose from the dead—whatever that means. But that’s simply my truth, and is just one possible explanation....

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