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> Back Issue: February 2011
The Fundamental Path to Peace
Pope Benedict XVI’s defense of religious freedom
“The End of the Bernardin Era”
By choosing Archbishop Dolan over Bishop Kicanas as their leader, the American bishops signaled a new direction for the USCCB.
Thinking with the Church
J. J. Ziegler
A profile of Archbishop John Nienstedt of St. Paul and Minneapolis
The State of NaProTechnology
This counter-cultural challenge to mainstream reproductive medicine quietly but significantly grows.
Look Forward and Upward
Oregon Bishop Robert Vasa on the controversies he has faced
Pope Benedict XVI’s Visits for 2011
He will take four trips outside of Italy and four inside it.
Doorways for the Devil
Father Gary Thomas, the exorcist for the Diocese of San Jose, reflects on a neglected ministry.
Who Runs Catholic Healthcare West?
CEO Lloyd Dean receives an enormous compensation package for watching the bottom line while ignoring Church teaching.
Three Years After Summorum Pontificum
Michael J. Miller
A look at the feedback from bishops and lay people
The Ark of the West
Annemarie S. Muth
A glimpse at the 11 archabbeys of the Benedictine Order
A Nose for the News
When the stories involve the Vatican, ordinary journalistic standards don’t seem to apply.
The Dispatch: More from CWR
“Christ was truly present”: Some personal reflections on the World Meeting of Families
Abp. Kurtz to the synod: “Offer intentional & ongoing formation so that the family can live its missionary identity”
Abp. Chaput to the synod: “We need to call people to perseverance in grace…not confirm them in their errors”
Synod fathers discuss cultural contexts, anthropological changes, social contradictions
Issues beneath issues at Synod 2015
News of homosexual priest surprises, angers Catholics in his Polish homeland
Pope Francis leads synod in praying for peace in the Middle East
'Flawed, inadequate' – bishops skewer synod's working doc in new report
For Cubans, the Pope’s visit brought hope - but will it last?
What is the future of marriage? First we have to look at its history, author says