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Attorney General Joshua D. Hawley said that the investigation would begin as soon as possible, with the resulting report being presented to local prosecutors.
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Fr. George Rutler
Many of our great metropolises have become hospices for lapsed believers.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The robot Sophia has enchanted the world with her advanced artificial intelligence, but human beings may be missing her implicit warning that human moral conduct will determine our future with AI-robots.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Although Jane Doe has obtained an abortion, the Justice Department wants to make sure the ACLU cannot use the case for its larger legal abortion strategy.
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Edward Pentin
The prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship says the new volume will be the last but “most important” of a series of three books.
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Kathy Schiffer
The ladder, a symbol of ecumenical discontent, has stood in the same spot for at least 150 years.
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K.V. Turley
During his campaign against Napoleon, Wellington ordered his troops to remove their hats to priests and when passing Catholic churches, and to present arms when the Blessed Sacrament passed in the street.
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Theresa Doyle-Nelson
The Colossian convert’s memorial is Feb. 15. Blessed Onesimus, pray for us!
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Winston Elliott III
The blood of the Lamb has redeemed us, the Holy Spirit is with us. Do we have joy?
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Joseph Pearce
It is my reason, not my faith, that is challenged by this sort of evolution.
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Patrick Reilly
When Catholic institutions parade sexual perversion and abuse onstage in the midst of this crisis, the crimes are compounded.
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Patti Armstrong
Pray for our priests. They need our prayers, and we need them to bring us the sacraments and shepherd us.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Our decisions and actions matter. Each choice has consequences, for better or for worse.
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Matt D’Antuono
When one man faces another, deep calls unto deep.
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Dave Armstrong
“The glory of the Lord filled the house of the Lord.”
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Edward Pentin
The Vatican announces major advances in the causes of the famous 19th century English theologian and convert from Anglicanism, and the 20th century heroic Hungarian cardinal who stood up to fascism and communism.
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Jim Graves
Wisdom from Matt and Mindy Dalton, Peter and Cynthia Lemieux, and Edward Trendowski
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Father John P. Cush
What can we learn from Blessed Pope Pius IX? Two things: wisdom and mercy.
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Katie Warner
An Interview with children’s book illustrator Meg Whalen
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John Grondelski
Are we returning to pagan Rome and its patria potestas, where every child’s status was determined by the thumbs up or down of his father?
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Brianna Heldt
Maybe it’s time for the real women to please stand up.
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Joseph Pearce
Virtue begets virtue and vice begets viciousness.
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Shaun McAfee
Suicide is a difficult topic for many, even hopeful Catholics. It’s also a topic of confusion. Many persist to say that no matter what, victims of suicide will go to hell. Is that the truth, though?
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Thomas L. McDonald
Thirty years after her death, the body of St. Bernadette was found in a remarkable state of preservation.