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Evangelizing Arabs

Fr. Paolo Padrini, creator of the popular iBreviary app, has created an Arabic version, because he wanted to “open a door to religious freedom.”

Will Benedict XVI attend?

Although it is hard to imagine the pope emeritus not being at the canonization of his friend John Paul II, cautions remain about his health.

Pope: Avoid ‘dead things’

The angel at Christ’s tomb asked why we seek the living among the dead. Francis calls is a milestone in history, “but also a ‘stumbling block.'

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The Scandal of Faith

Christ’s teachings transcend politics and are always scandalous, no matter what culture encounters them.

Rationing looms

As the Centers for Disease Control consider government cost-cutting in its recommendations, the health of kids is but at risk.

Shakier in his nonbelief

His agnosticism weakening, the noted writer admits that the more he is around believers the harder it is to think there’s nothing to religion.

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The truth about the "Mandate"

The Obama administration, to justify its widely criticized mandate for contraception and sterilization coverage in private health plans, has posted a set of false and misleading claims on the White House blog.

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A puppet Mass

At the “weirdest parish in the USA,” a Mass with scary, life-side puppets is meant to entertain kids...

complete catholicism video

Robert Royal and Fr. Gerald Murray join Raymond Arroyo to discuss the year year of Pope Francis.

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