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Fleming Rutledge's book "The Crucifixion" is stimulating, supremely illuminating, and a delight for the inquiring mind.
Overturning state law puts women at risk, bishops say.
On the Readings for Sunday, June 26, 2106
Much of today’s popular dystopian YA fiction with a sci-fi twist packs an exciting punch, yet Christians in search of good literature might find themselves unsatisfied by the worldview of such books.

This is an imaginary yet likely conversation between Vatican officials and the leader of one of the several religious orders who recently ha

With our porn-saturated culture, can’t we provide one safe place for men to sort through their sins and struggles without adding to them?
"The Conjuring 2" makes a worthy effort at being a great exorcist movie, but it succumbs to flaws common to many such films.
The president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace recently gave a keynote address at a seminar on religious freedom.
The bishop of St. Petersburg, Florida, has both slandered the Catholic Faith and completely misrepresented what the Church teaches about homosexuality and homosexuals.
Let's revisit a time when people knew how to have a public argument about the most hotly-contested matters: the High Middle Ages.
The Holy Father appears to have directly contradicted himself on what word(s) should be used in describing the plight of Christians being persecuted and killed.
If recent patterns hold, most Catholics will vote according to the voting patterns of their socio-economic peers.
He knew the right kind of questions to ask. And through these questions, like Socrates, he would lead us in the right direction. Possibly into something that we hadn’t realized before.

The pope’s most recent comments on marriage point in a disturbing direction but let’s address two important matters first.

On St. John of the Cross and the Readings for Sunday, June 19, 2016
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