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“A sign of a new attitude”
Roman symposium on clergy sex abuse highlights failings of the past, hope for the future
Courage offers compassion, fellowship, and hope to those with same-sex attraction.
The tyranny of misunderstood freedom
“And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32. “At the heart of liberty is the r
Making “The Way” His Way
An interview with Emilio Estevez
The Apostolic Visitation in Historical Perspective
An interview with Sister Dolores Liptak, RSM
The World’s Most Secretive Nation
The future of North Korea is as murky as its past is murderous
Bringing the Lord
Catholic chaplains offer hope and healing to the imprisoned.
Hysterical Anti-Catholic History
Brian Van Hove, S.J.
God's Jury continues a long and not-so-illustrious tradition of misrepresenting history and attacking the Catholic Church.
Eating Bitterness: Catholics in China
Anthony E. Clark, Ph.D.
Introducing the monthly column, "Clark on China"
So Near and Yet So Far
Michael J. Miller
CDF-SSPX negotiations continue in writing.
We Must Not Comply
Msgr. Kevin T. McMahon, STD
The HHS mandate: Assessing the current situation and looking to the future
Where would we be without experts? Alive!
Carl E. Olson
The enlightened secularists among us continue to attack life and excuse murder
The Catholic World Report Blog
The Two Prongs of the Burgeoning Persecution
Synod Journal: The return of tired Catholic Lite euphemisms
Men such as these: a Memorial Day reflection | George Weigel
"Tomorrowland" is an uneven journey into the future via nostalgia for the past
Digging deeper into the Pew data about nones, millennials, and Christians
Christianity’s Revolutionary Recognition of Women as Equals
For Boko Haram victims – and their babies – Catholics pledge full support
Rick Santorum, Catholic and Republican, to run for US president
Obama's immigration order stalls. For 5 million immigrants, now what?
Vatican rolls out first-ever guidebook for Arab pilgrims