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“Great are the works of the Lord.”
The Ghomeshi scandal has Canadians asking if Jian Ghomeshi used his liberal credentials as a front to abuse women.
During a visit to the US, the prefect of the CDF offered a reflection on "Deus Caritas Est" and dismissed attempts to pit one pope against another.
For good people in particular, Lent is a time to take a closer look at whether some Satanic solicitation—call it the temptation to be too pleased with themselves—has begun whispering to them.
"Kung Fu Panda 3" features some beautiful animation but is otherwise unbearably flat, with recycled jokes, dull characters, and a contradictory approach to its own universe.
I hope that, as the 2016 campaign unfolds, the electorate will begin to understand that anger is not a particularly healthy metric of public life
Former World War II German soldier complains: “Why does everyone think it’s okay to lie to me?”
Old Testament prophets frequently spoke about future events, but prophetic utterances were often exhortations to holiness, to authentic worship, and to zealous love for God and neighbor
New instruction, which applies to all parishes and schools, requires all to learn the English chants from a Mass setting found in the Roman Missal, as well as Latin chants from the Missa Jubilate Deo
Bishop Irja Askola was part of a delegation of Finnish Christians who met with the Holy Father during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Bradley Birzer's new biography of Kirk is also a map to 20th-century American (and western European) political thought and a work of blunt but sophisticated cultural criticism
The man on the street often insists that non-believers are more rational than believers, but is this a logical conclusion on the evidence?
Despite the Chinese communist regime’s determination to control all aspects of social and cultural life, and the persecutions and martyrdom to which it leads, Chinese Christianity is growing rapidly.
The already troubling story about DA Devon Anderson and the indictment David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt has the strong odor of corruption, cronyism, and political careerism
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