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The question “How do we fix it?” is asked constantly but the film completely misses the answer
The recent and much-referenced Pew Study reveals as much or more about shifts than it does declines
The progressive historical narrative upon which contemporary, anti-family policies rest is false.
On the Readings for Sunday, May 24 2015, Pentecost Sunday
One’s work fell apart under scrutiny; the other’s has been spun to fit the desired narrative.
The campaign for "same-sex marriage" has often been heated and sometimes nasty
In homily, emphasizes the importance of vocations to the priesthood, the necessity of silence and contemplation, and recommends Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
The annual May Procession is just one of many public expressions of Catholic devotion and belief in and around London
Director Simon Curtis’ retelling of the history of Gustav Klimt’s mesmerizing 1907 portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer is often poignant, sometimes uneven
The picnic event was unusual for San Francisco: normal, multi-generational families, gathered together to honor God, the Church, and the leader who is promoting those truths in the face of virulent opposition
On the Readings for the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, May 17, 2015
"Fury Road" features plenty of explosive fury and open road but lacks some of the thematic substance of the original Mad Max trilogy
Satire may be dead, but capitulation and stupidity are thriving
St. Patrick’s Seminary and Catholic parishes are participating in NanoFarms USA’s pilot project.
It should hardly need saying that whether and how humankind rises to the challenge of environmental stewardship are questions carrying serious moral weight.
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