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The pilgrimage from Bury St. Edmunds to Walsingham is an occasion to put everything into proper perspective
Kath-net interview with historian Ulrich Nersinger, author of a biography of the new Blessed
A review of Gone Girl
"The man deserves to be discovered by many more people.”
The proclamation of Jesus Christ, says the retired pontiff, is not about numbers or power, but the transmission of "that joy which has been given to us."
No one comes even close to John Paul II in capturing the hearts and minds of young people with the beauty of the Church’s teaching on marriage and family
The bishop of Providence, Rhode Island, also says the voting approach of the Synod "strikes me as being rather Protestant."
We can look to the saints for examples of grace and peace in troubled times.
The "wisdom" of the second half of the 20th century answered by the wisdom of a sainted pope, an American friar, and a British genius

Rome – I am zipping the last stray items into my luggage. As I prepare to depart from Rome after the Extraordinary Synod on

The killing of Fr. Jerzy Popieluszko on October 19, 1984, marked the mid-point between two cataclysmic events that put nails in the coffin of communism
German prelate to “If one of my remarks about Africans was perceived as demeaning or insulting, then I am honestly sorry.”
On attempts by some bishops to change Church teaching: "In my judgment, a false notion of the relationship of faith and culture underlies the agenda."
Mary fulfills perfectly, by God's grace and her cooperation, the Beatitudes; she is the exemplar of what it means to live in the Kingdom
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