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While the Castro brothers have somewhat relaxed their grip over the people in recent years, Cuba still remains one of the least free states in the world, second only to North Korea.
"Believe" is a faith- and family-friendly film in theaters this weekend.
"At no time," writes Steven J. Maurano, "did anyone on the faculty call for Dr. Esolen to be fired."
Cardinal Müller: The Cardinals’ letter is directed to the Pope personally—but the Pope could commission the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith “to mediate the differences of opinion ad hoc.”
A review of Alyson Richman’s new novel, which is based on a tantalizing real-life mystery surrounding a forgotten home in Paris preserved untouched since World War II.
And, who said this: "even some bishops seem to believe that any doctrinal reminder, any precise teaching stems from a narrow and restrictive mentality..."?
Some questions that are likely on the horizon. Or in the confessional.
Those who think it necessary to support Pope Francis by rewriting recent Church history need to stop it.
Imagine going to Oxford in the ’30s, ’40s, or ’50s, and never hearing that C. S. Lewis taught there. That is what it is like for Dr. Esolen at Providence College.
Bp. Frangiskos Papamanolis, President of the Bishops’ Conference of Greece, gives little indication that he even knows what is really meant by terms such as "apostasy", "sacrilege", "heresy", and "schism".
Although the canonical process for vetting candidates for bishops should be able to identify potential social or political problems with episcopal candidates, a number of states nevertheless enjoy an additional right to advance notice of potential episcopal appointments
"Of course the Ordinary Form is here to stay," says the auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne, Australia, "but I am irritated when people refuse to provide for celebration of the Extraordinary Form or even make fun of it in ignorant ways."
On the Readings for Sunday, November 27, 2016, the First Sunday of Advent
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" is an absolute mess. A gorgeous, thoroughly entertaining mess, but a mess nonetheless.
Christian witness to the Gospel has always been the Church’s “trump card” in the face of persecution, says the international president of Aid to the Church in Need.
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