Special Report

Thriving Catholic Schools

January 30, 2012 Jim Graves 0

Many were shocked and saddened in January when Archbishop Charles Chaput and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced the closing of 48 of its schools, about a quarter of its total.  The Archdiocese has lost more […]

Becoming Men of Christ

January 11, 2012 Jim Graves 0

Catholic conferences and apostolates for men were once few and far between.  But in just the last five or six years, the movement has caught fire, with more and more Catholic men being inspired to […]

No Picture
Interview

Be Not Afraid

December 1, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Bishop Robert Morlino, 64, has served as bishop of Madison, Wisconsin since 2003. He was born and reared in Dunmore, Pennsylvania, near Scranton.  He was an only child; his father was a civil engineer but […]

No Picture
Special Report

Developments in the Culture War

October 2, 2011 Jim Graves 0

California’s first permanent settlements were established by Catholic missionaries, and today nearly a third of the state is Catholic, but an increasing number of its laws are hostile to families and opposed to Catholic morality, […]

No Picture
Interview

Incalculable Damage

May 31, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Donna Steichen, age 81, is a prominent Catholic author and journalist. Originally from St. Cloud, Minnesota, today she lives in Ojai, California. She married her husband Roy 60 years ago, and the couple has four […]

Linda Couri

From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life

May 14, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Linda Couri of Libertyville, Illinois, age 41, is a committed Catholic. She is a wife and mother, she works hard to maintain a deep prayer life, and she strongly supports the Church’s teachings on the […]

Special Report

God-Centered Medicine

May 11, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Long-term care centers often have a negative stigma attached to them. They are seen by many as sad places where the elderly are neglected. Not so at the Carmelite Sisters’ Santa Teresita Medical Center in […]