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By David F. Pierre, Jr.
After a recent lawsuit from a former SNAP employee alleged kickback schemes with plaintiffs’ lawyers, the leadership of SNAP has abandoned ship
By Filip Mazurczak
Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski is charismatic and easily mingles with the faithful, including those living on the margins of the Church. Yet he is also...
By Catherine Harmon
The 13th annual pro-life event shared the streets of San Francisco with the Women’s March on Saturday, but participants were unfazed by pink hats and ...
By Leslie Fain
The Ruth Institute seeks to help those living in the aftermath of the dissolution of family life.
By Fr. Robert McTeigue, SJ
FOCUS missionaries are sent to cultivate a field of rocky ground; with the assistance of the Virgin of Guadalupe they hope to bring their peers on col...
By Filip Mazurczak
“Maybe WYD London 2022 will be our Pentecost,” says one of the organizers of the effort to bring WYD to the UK.
By Dorothy Cummings McLean
The principal march represented Polish patriots determined to defend Polish independence and culture, while the smaller march demanded changes to Pola...
By Daniel Blackman
“We’re all praying and hoping that she will get justice and be released," says Archbishop Sebastian Francis Shaw OFM, "The case against her is very we...
By Joseph Kremers
Vladimir Putin is building his political power around strongly vertical state power, reassertion of central control of the economy, and reinvigoration...
By Dorothy Cummings McLean
It is late September, and I have come with my husband Mark to Norcia, Italy, which is the birthplace of Saints Benedict and Scholastica.
By Filip Mazurczak
Recent reports of millions of pro-abortion protesters are not only demonstrably erroneous, they ignore or misrepresent the overwhelmingly pro-life nat...
By Leslie Fain
Most schools today are geared toward college and career-readiness. These schools aren’t forming children to be saints, say classical education advocat...
By Aurora C. Griffin
Catholic life and faith is alive and well in Oxford, although not in the Theology Department, which is still largely enamored with nineteenth-century ...
By Carl E. Olson
Speaking to reporters from Rome about his new book, the American prelate goes on record about Christians and Muslims (they don't worship the same God)...
By Dr. Samuel Gregg
Argentina is trying to break with 70 years of populism, corruption, and general economic decline. But in the age of the Argentine pope, what role will...
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