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"I believe that the Synod will be an opportunity to throw down the challenge - the Church's traditional teaching on the family will be made clear."
Technology is not bad in itself but technological advances correspond to a decline in the ability to reason, contemplation, and self-discipline
“In Defense of Christians” summit concluded yesterday, after Sen. Cruz’s controversial remarks on Wednesday.

St. Pope John Paul II said that a priest should have the heart of Christ the Good Shepherd. Far too many saccharine paintings of eff

After serving 25 years in state and federal prisons, Utah polygamist Addam Swapp

Thousands mourn three Xaverian sisters’ tragic deaths.
The sign of peace is the act of meeting our neighbor that symbolizes and focuses the friendship we should have with him outside Mass
Archbishop of Chicago says the anti-Catholicism of today is promoted by "members of the American establishment ... who regard themselves as 'progressive' and 'enlightened.'"
On the Readings for Sunday, September 7, 2014
Bishop Alvaro del Portillo, the late Prelate of Opus Dei, will be beatified in Madrid on September 27th.

The day after Bishop Daniel Jenky of Peoria, Ill. announced that the sainthood cause of Ven. Fulton Sheen had been suspended by the Vat

The head of USCCB’s ad hoc committee on religious liberty: "The real issue here is whether or not we’re sort of 'crossing the Rubicon' here on religious liberty."
Amnesty International reports on IS “ethnic cleansing on a historic scale.”
Lois Lowry’s story suggests, quite rightly, that suppression of the good news of the Incarnation is in fact what conduces to dysfunctional and dangerous totalitarianism
TIME magazine's ridiculous solution for the sister shortage: do the same stuff that led to 50,000 women leaving religious life between 1966 and 1976
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