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Proclaiming Christian Values in Society

April 28, 2011 CWR Staff 0 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 […]

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Academe Comes Out of the Closet

April 28, 2011 Anna Abbott 0

In September of 2010, Archbishop John Nienstedt of St. Paul and Minneapolis denied the Eucharist to rainbow sash-wearing members of the group PRiSM (People Representing the Sexual Minority) from St. John’s University in Collegeville. In […]

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God’s Man

April 28, 2011 Philip F. Lawler 0

The beatification of Pope John Paul II, now scheduled for May 1, promises to bring immense crowds to Rome—perhaps rivaling the numbers that descended on the Eternal City for the late Pope’s funeral in April […]

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Informed Dissent

April 28, 2011 Daniel Allott 0

I couldn’t see it at first. I had just walked into the Centro Tepeyac Women’s Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, north of Washington, DC. It was late January, and I had come to see for […]


Coalition Politics

April 28, 2011 Freddy Gray 0

In the days following Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to the United Kingdom in September of last year, British Catholics convinced themselves that, for the first time in a generation, a profound change for the better […]

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Like A Time-Release Capsule

April 28, 2011 Kathy Shaidle 0

The organizers of World Youth Day 2002 in Toronto had computed the logistics, double-checked the protocol, and considered every eventuality. For instance, they knew they had to shelter, feed, and hydrate hundreds of thousands of […]


Zigzagging into Life

April 28, 2011 Thomas S. Hibbs 0

Crisply written, filled with memorable stories, and with a pace that makes it impossible to put down, Kevin Wells’ Burst is a compelling contemporary Catholic memoir of the way God “zigzags” into our lives just […]