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Whatever his personal religious commitments, the great English poet, who died 400 years ago, was indeed mourning the fading of an integrated Catholic milieu.
On the Readings for May 1, 2016, the Sixth Sunday of Easter
It’s important, though, not to separate teaching from pastoring. Sound teaching is itself a fundamental pastoral act. Does "Amoris Laetitia" (The Joy of Marriage) separate the two?
The President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace emphasizes "an ethic of care rather than a mentality of disrespect" in addressing concerns over mining practices
It’s no surprise that today’s college students would be dumbstruck at the image of a religious figure in a robe.
You know your birthday. You know (or you’d better know, gentlemen) your wedding anniversary. You know your children’s birthdays. But when were you baptized?

In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pope Francis wants the faithful to recognize God’s mercy toward each individual soul, and the

Lewis was that rare sort of genius, able to combine high theological insight with vivid imagination, and it is precisely this coming-together that makes his writing so memorable.
On the Readings for Sunday, April 24, 2016, the Fifth Sunday of Easter
Msgr. Nicola Bux has a new book out in Italian on the sacraments, and several prominent churchmen were present for its official release.
An excommunicate Bavarian Catholic obsessed with the Lutheran Bach, Reger was long considered Richard Strauss’s sole Teutonic rival, and warrants greater fame among music-lovers today.
Those who exiled Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò from the Vatican lost, badly, and the Church in the United States won, handsomely.
John Bruton's book "Faith in Politics" demonstrates the former Irish Prime Minister's wide-ranging knowledge of history and politics, as well as a deep and perceptive Christian faith.
Though Freud's psychological theorizing has been largely discredited, a fundamental assumption of Freudianism remains an absolute bedrock of our culture.
The new Disney film is jaw-droppingly vivid but suffers at times from a disorienting clash of the real and the cartoonish.
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