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Dave Armstrong
Long before St. John Henry Newman became Catholic, his belief in Marian dogmas was firmly in place.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. Luke is the patron saint of many things including artists, doctors and bachelors.
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Edward Pentin
A former victim of a syncretistic religious ceremony in Brazil warns, “The Church must be very clear about the occult influences that form the basis of many of these native practices.”
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Jimmy Akin
Oct. 18 is the Feast of St. Luke the Evangelist
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Father John P. Cush
The Gospel of Luke has a Marian element, full of details about Our Lord that only a mother could know
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Lauretta Brown
“I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing, disagree with her on many others,” said Gabbard, “but when she said abortion should be safe, legal and rare, I think she’s correct.”
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Sherry Antonetti
“Ask the Lord for rain in the spring season, the Lord who brings storm clouds, and heavy rains, who gives to everyone grain in the fields.” (Zechariah 10:1)
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Justin McClain
An interview with Fr. Cassidy Stinson on the priesthood, the Alberione Project and #BreakTheChains
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Kathy Schiffer
“Angels Unawares” acknowledges the challenges facing migrants and refugees
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Jim Schroeder
“Not all pain is significant.” —Scott Jurek
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Fr. Roger Landry
“To liberate only one soul,” said the Little Flower, “I would gladly die many times over.”
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Ryan Topping
Cardinal Newman’s gifts are especially well-suited to the work of the New Evangelization.
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John Welch
If Catholics want to truly engage with young people, we need to be bold, direct and truthful.
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Vincent Weaver
“Be a Catholic: When you kneel before an altar, do it in such a way that others may be able to recognize that you know before whom you kneel.” —St. Maximilian Kolbe
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Kevin Di Camillo
A look at Niagara University’s three gargantuan rose windows
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Edward Pentin
In previous synods during the pontificate of Pope Francis, these working groups have been an instrument for advancing contentious agendas.
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Joseph Pronechen
Sr. Lucia of Fatima revealed that Our Lady told her if the consecration had not been made by John Paul II, there would have been a nuclear war.
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POPE FRANCIS
“Such is the holiness of daily life, which Saint John Henry Newman described in these words: ‘The Christian has a deep, silent, hidden peace, which the world sees not... The Christian is cheerful, easy, kind, gentle, courteous, candid, unassuming; has no pretence... with so little that is unusual or striking in his bearing, that he may easily be taken at first sight for an ordinary man’”
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K.V. Turley
Future King writes on soon-to-be saint.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
St. Philip traveled from town to town, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ
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Joseph Pearce
Dismissing Shakespeare’s works on racial grounds is to add insult to the injury he suffered as the member of a persecuted minority.