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General

Reform within Continuity

May 31, 2011 Fr. Matthew Lamb 0

From the very beginning of his pontificate Pope Benedict XVI has emphasized the importance of living out our Catholic faith under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the Magisterium of the Church in union […]

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Special Report

Our Lady of Green Bay

May 31, 2011 Brian O'Neel 0

On December 8, 2010, Green Bay Bishop David Ricken made Church history. On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, before an invitation-only congregation of 250 at the packed at the Shrine of Our Lady of […]

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Interview

Everywhere and Always

May 31, 2011 Alessandra Nucci 0

Pope Benedict XVI has to parcel out his time in such small bits that even heads of state normally get no more than a brief 20 minutes’ audience. But after the Holy Father announced the […]

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Special Report

Impasse or Overture?

May 31, 2011 Michael J. Miller 0

Two years of bi-monthly meetings between panels of theologians representing the Society of St. Pius X and the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith have quietly concluded or come screeching to a halt, […]

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Point of Order

May 31, 2011 Diogenes 0

Editor’s note: Diogenes has, unfortunately, ceased writing. But this essay from our archives, written in July 2007, has lost none of its original relevance. Utterly null, absolutely void, and endowed with gushing media coverage: another […]

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Interview

Incalculable Damage

May 31, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Donna Steichen, age 81, is a prominent Catholic author and journalist. Originally from St. Cloud, Minnesota, today she lives in Ojai, California. She married her husband Roy 60 years ago, and the couple has four […]

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Special Report

The Beatification of Pope John Paul II

May 31, 2011 CWR Staff 0

Pope John Paul II “restored to Christianity its true face as a religion of hope,” Pope Benedict XVI said at the May 1 beatification of the Polish Pontiff. Well over one million people crowded into […]

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Essay

The Failure of Liberal Catholicism

May 31, 2011 James Hitchcock 0

For decades conservatives have been marginalized in groups like the Catholic Theological Society of America (CTSA), which do not even pretend to be hospitable to “all points of view.” People have been denied tenure, lost […]