Pope Francis; we overdramatize our lives
In the West, that is, we neither prepare to confront dark times or see how much more difficult other Christians’ lives are in our day.
Vatican recommends “UN framework” to fight terrorism
The U.N.'s framework provides the "only viable way" of dealing with the global nature of modern terrorism "which knows no borders."
The story of Newman’s remains in the wake of his cause for sainthood - and what it means about him.
A second Opus Dei saint on the way
Is Bishop Finn being investigated?
Pope says devil disguises evil as good
What Kasper forgot
Misunderstanding— and plain ignorance—about canon law, annulments, and tribunal work is common among Catholics and pervasive among non-Catholics.
We are all Nazarenes now
An interview with a Vermont priest who has started a program via Aid to the Church in Need to help persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
Paul Ryan on "The Way Forward”
The chairman of the House Budget Committee discusses his new book, and how his faith influences his approach to public policy.
A saint for extroverts and doers
Sex ed for Kindergartners
Dietrich von Holdebrand - and us
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.
A puppet Mass
At the “weirdest parish in the USA,” a Mass with scary, life-side puppets is meant to entertain kids...
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