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The Contraception Contradiction
Growing evidence suggests that the “more contraceptives, fewer abortions” theory is flawed.
The Beatification of Pope John Paul II
He “restored to Christianity its true face as a religion of hope.”
New Crosses in the 21st Century
Anthony E. Clark, Ph.D.
A report on the Church in China
A Time for Clarity
The Vatican’s removal of Bishop William Morris
Donna Steichen’s reflections on feminism and the Church on the 20th anniversary of "Ungodly Rage."
The Failure of Liberal Catholicism
An examination of its claims - the second of a two-part series.
Point of Order
The women claiming ordination to the Catholic priesthood are making claims that should be profoundly disturbing to real Catholic bishops.
Impasse or Overture?
Michael J. Miller
Vatican-SSPX talks come to a conclusion.
Everywhere and Always
The head of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization reflects on its mission.
Our Lady of Green Bay
Interest grows in the apparition approved by Bishop Ricken.
The State of Catholic Schools in the US
J. J. Ziegler
Signs of hope despite a bleak prognosis
The Dispatch: More from CWR
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
At the synod: Small-group moderators and reporters elected
"Do and say things as they are in reality."
'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
Chicago shrine seeks help to rebuild after devastating fire