Interview

Look Forward and Upward

April 29, 2011 Jim Graves 0

Bishop Robert Vasa has served as bishop of Baker, Oregon since 2000. On January 24, the Vatican announced that he will serve as coadjutor bishop for the Diocese of Santa Rosa, California. Bishop Vasa will […]

Special Report

Thinking with the Church

April 29, 2011 J. J. Ziegler 0

The Archdiocese of Detroit suffered steep losses between 1966 and 1976: in just a decade, the archdiocese lost 179 diocesan priests, 160 religious-order priests, and 1,439 women religious, according to statistics published in the Annuario […]

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Interview

Doorways for the Devil

April 29, 2011 Brian O'Neel 0

Just prior to the November 2010 meeting of the United States bishops in Baltimore, Bishop Thomas J. Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois announced he would host a two-day conference on exorcism. More than 50 bishops and […]

Special Report

The State of NaProTechnology

April 29, 2011 Chuck Weber 0

Women’s reproductive health care and deadly assaults on nascent human life are reaching new depths of scientific and medical dysfunction in the United States and around the world. Wall-to-wall news coverage and cable TV reality […]

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News

A Serial Offender

April 28, 2011 Anne Hendershott 0

The first sign that Douglas Perlitz, a once-celebrated Fairfield University graduate, was sexually abusing young boys enrolled in the Haitian school he directed emerged in August of 2007, when some of his victims began writing […]

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Special Report

Exploitation

April 28, 2011 Michael J. Miller 0

The cold weather in recent months seems to have brought a flurry of news stories about embryos. In October, the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to the inventor of in vitro […]

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Interview

Proclaiming Christian Values in Society

April 28, 2011 CWR Staff 0

Kath.net: For years there have been speculations about a papal trip to Moscow. Both Benedict XVI and [Russian Orthodox Patriarch] Kirill have indicated that such an undertaking cannot be the beginning but only a substantial […]