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Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, vice president of the USCCB, on opposition to same-sex marriage and other issues.
Changes at Caritas International
The Vatican seeks to promote the organization’s distinctively Catholic identity.
The Dim Future of an Anti-Christian Party
Secularism will make it difficult for the constituent groups of the Democrats to hold together.
David Paul Deavel
What Catholic historians don’t say is as important as what they do
Pope Benedict XVI and the New Evangelization
He is laying the deepest foundation for it.
Lessons from the unusual case of Manhattan College
The John Jay Report
For critics, the study raises more questions than it answers.
Two new documents, one glaring omission
Philip F. Lawler
Two important documents on the sex-abuse crisis emerged in May.
A look at its sway over Europe
It’s Not Your Fault, Koko Bear
With another commencement season behind us, we look back to a column written in 2008, shortly after Pope Benedict XVI visited the US and spoke about the challenges facing Catholic higher education.
A Step Forward
Michael J. Miller
Instruction Universae Ecclesiae clarifies Latin Mass legislation.
The Bishop Morris Affair
His removal was a long time coming.
Go and Make Disciples
J. J. Ziegler
The demise of the missionary vocation
Seal of confession imperiled after Irish sex-abuse report
Prime Minister: “The law of the land should not be stopped by a collar or a crozier”
The Dispatch: More from CWR
Barack Obama’s Fundamental Transformation
Discussing law with people who don’t know what it actually says
The Maltese directive makes answering the ‘dubia’ urgent
The Lamb of God and the Salvation of the World
The Maltese disaster
Discovering “the Face of Mercy” in the modern world
From addiction to ordination: a homeless man's journey to priesthood
New York police officer remembered for his example of mercy
Attorney General nominee would consider cracking down on porn
Cardinal Caffarra explains the reasons behind the dubia