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A pope, a president, and a Divine Plan

September 6, 2019 Derya M. Little 5

Learning history in secular universities often results in a detached attitude toward God’s involvement in human affairs. It is an inevitably anthropocentric way of looking at the world and our place in the flow of […]


Called out of the priesthood?

June 17, 2019 Fr. Charles Fox 102

Father Jonathan Morris, a priest of the Archdiocese of New York and former member of the Legionaries of Christ, recently has attracted a great deal of attention by publicly announcing his decision to petition for […]

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It’s not fair, but does he deserve it?

February 7, 2019 Edward N. Peters 57

A savvy observer of things Catholic recently contacted me regarding the scorn being directed at Timothy Cdl. Dolan (and other bishops, but mostly Dolan) for not excommunicating New York’s pro-abortion governor Andrew Cuomo, for not […]