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This years meeting of Joseph Ratzinger's former doctoral and post-doctoral students focused on the nature of God and the challenge of atheism
Was Padre Serra perfect? By no means. Was he a saint? Absolutely.
The new edition of "Letters to a Young Catholic" takes a tour of both “perfect inculturation" and de-Christianization of much of western Europe
A friendly reminder that the deposit of faith was not given to a democratic body of Americans to do with as they wished
To be clear: Pope Francis’ declaration on absolution is not a change in Church teaching on abortion.
Isn’t having Planned Parenthood issue a report, put together by their experts, a bit like having Iran report on its own nuclear program?
As for the approaching Synod on the Family, in Pope Francis’ “field hospital” the Church is a nurse—but what of the doctor?
On the Readings for Sunday, August 30, 2015
For the sake of their own survival, Catholics need to move beyond the "Teen Vogue" level of understanding Islam
"Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation" delivers an entertaining, clever, and often gripping spy story, propelled dramatically by the mysterious motivations of spy Ilsa Faust, played by Rebecca Ferguson
Catholicism by osmosis is dead; the Church must reclaim its missionary nature
Many of Francis' remarks in a March 6th interview—on immigration, poverty, politics, and the Synod—are especially interesting in light of the approaching papal visit to the U.S.
One of the most potent insights of the spiritual masters is that our lives are not about us, that they are, in fact, ingredient in God's providential purposes
Americans love to place moral matters in the realm of equations and numbers because it instantly turns everything into flat percentages and lifeless digits
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