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"Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation" delivers an entertaining, clever, and often gripping spy story, propelled dramatically by the mysterious motivations of spy Ilsa Faust, played by Rebecca Ferguson
Catholicism by osmosis is dead; the Church must reclaim its missionary nature
Many of Francis' remarks in a March 6th interview—on immigration, poverty, politics, and the Synod—are especially interesting in light of the approaching papal visit to the U.S.
One of the most potent insights of the spiritual masters is that our lives are not about us, that they are, in fact, ingredient in God's providential purposes
Americans love to place moral matters in the realm of equations and numbers because it instantly turns everything into flat percentages and lifeless digits
On the Readings for Sunday, August 23, 2015

CNA Vatican Observer, Andrea Gagliarducci

Vatican City, Aug 20, 2015 (

Pope St. John Paul II's landmark document on the role of the laity declares the discernment and acceptance of one’s personal vocation the “fundamental objective” of the formation of lay people
The Kasper approach to theology and morality absolutizes history to the point that it relativizes and ultimately demeans divine revelation
The pilgrimage to the famous Marian shrine in Norfolk county covers fifty miles in three days through the countryside, praying the Rosary, singing, and staying overnight on the floors of village halls and schools
Guy Ritchie’s update of the 1960’s television series is fun and clever at times, but the movie suffers from uneven characterization and flawed writing
On the Readings for Sunday, August 16, 2015
In university I had a fairly stock view of contraception vs NFP, but two events in close succession completely changed my position on Natural Family Planning
The Church is in the thankless position of having to save souls when a godless society is bent on destroying them
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