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On the Readings for April 26, 2015, the Fourth Sunday of Easter
Temptation wouldn’t be as tempting if it wasn't disguised in so many brilliant and attractive ways
Peter Ackroyd's new biography of the legendary director is pleasant enough but offers nothing new by way of content or analysis
“We went home because the Catholic school and faith that we love was being compromised.”
A new film explores prejudice and faith through the eyes of a child, offering a corrective to the more hardened perspective of typical Hollywood fare.
How will Pope Francis respond to judgmental claims against Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone?
The authors of "The Past As Pilgrimage: Narrative, Tradition and the Renewal of Catholic History" discuss why studying history is essential for deep faith, right living, and the pursuit of truth
On the Readings for April 19, 2015, the Third Sunday of Easter
The various "LCWR vs. The Vatican" news stories have misunderstood or misrepresented many of the basic facts
An interview with Dr. Gary Scott Smith, author of "Religion in the Oval Office"
One group of local Catholics calls on Pope Francis to oust their archbishop. Another praises the archbishop for defending Catholic moral teaching.
Did you read the news? The Vatican caved in! No, wait, the sisters caved in! Or did they both win? Well, something happened!
Bill Donohue's new book "The Catholic Advantage" makes a persuasive case for the advantage enjoyed by Catholics in relation to health, happiness, and heaven
What influence did Blessed John Henry Newman have on a Council that opened 72 years after his death?
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