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On the Readings for Sunday, August 2, 2015
Tim Busch discusses some of the highlights for this year’s summit
The juxtaposition of these shocking videos and the disgust over the killing of Cecil should provide a public relations coup for the pro-life message. Instead, it appears we are about to sabotage ourselves.
A review of "Trainwreck"
Msgr. Aloysius Schwartz (1930-92), who worked among the poor in South Korea, was formally recognized by Pope Francis this past January as "Venerable".
"By imposing its own views on the entire country, the majority facilitates the marginalization of the many Americans who have traditional ideas."
Untethered from God, man becomes an object among objects, and susceptible to the grossest manipulation by the powerful and self-interested.
Thirty years ago, bringing Catholic literature into Communist Poland could get you into trouble. Strangely—scarily—defending Church teachings can pose new risks in Western countries today.
Can a story about wizards, elves, dwarves, and goblins teach 21st century believers something that Catholic apologetics, devotional books, and reasoned arguments can’t?
On the Readings for Sunday, July 26, 2015
Most priests, says Fr. Peter Stravinskas, are supportive of Catholic schools, but "they do not know exactly what they can or should be doing to advance the cause..."

During his lifetime Cardinal Giacomo Biffi, the retired archbishop of Bologna whose death earlier this month made national headlines b

"Aside from undermining the political processes that protect our liberty, the majority’s decision threatens the religious liberty our Nation has long sought to protect..."
The Jesuit weekly appears greatly impressed by the shift in public opinion, including Catholic opinion, that’s swung in favor same-sex marriage in the last few years
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