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Since the war in 2003, Iraq’s ancient population of Chaldean Catholics, Assyrian Christians, and others has declined by well over 50 percent.
Many of the common objections to the Council overlook the serious crisis it sought to address

The Sudanese Christian woman who was imprisoned and sentenced to death for apostasy arrived safely in Italy today with her husband

We tend to ignore the “ivory tower” ideas that college professors debate, wrongly thinking they have no practical effect on day-to-day life
Monks are told: “You have no place here anymore, you have to leave immediately”
Chaldean Catholic Patriarch: “Iraq will come face to face with human, civil, and historic catastrophe”
The Readings for Sunday, July 20, 2014, present parables focused on the mysteries of evil, growth, and transformation
Conflict over excommunicated bishop may result in suspensions of seminary students and a loss of vocations

The family of prominent Catholic author Stratford Caldecott has announced that he died yesterday of pancreatic cancer, at the age o

“The settlement involves a lot of money," says Bishop Robert F. Vasa, appointed in 2011. "It does not, however, restore peace and tranquility to this child of God."
If we are going to see high-profile papal interviews continue, permit me to suggest three changes that could benefit the Church
Being on the wrong side of what nature teaches leads to social ruin and historical failure
"Verbum Domini II” is an initiative of the Green family, founders and owners of Hobby Lobby
A review of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
On the Readings for Sunday, July 13, 2014
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