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John Grondelski
How do people receive the Kingdom of Heaven? How does it grow in this world? And what’s worth doing to reach it?
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Susanna Spencer
The parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux were the first husband and wife canonized as a couple.
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Alyssa Murphy
Father John Killackey came to the aid of several stranded on the road after a tragic six-car pileup in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
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Angelo Stagnaro
Pope Benedict XIV solemnly approved and recommended the use of the medal to the faithful in 1742.
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Susanna Spencer
If the monks who pray all day need a Little Silence to recoup, so do we.
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Regis Martin
I shall always be grateful to a strange and wonderful teacher who introduced me to a world where universal truth and value do exist.
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Dave Armstrong
“There exists but one God ... he is the Father, God, the Creator, the author, the giver of order.” —St. Irenaeus
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Matthew Archbold
Any institution that can’t hire and fire for mission no longer has a mission.
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John Grondelski
These arguments are offered to help Catholics, pro-lifers and people of good will defend the Supreme Court ruling against a shower of opposition in coming months.
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Edward Pentin
“These texts don’t exist until the Pope actually pronounces them,” said Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni.
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Kevin Wells
“Time here is like Magdalene’s perfume; it is precious for us.”
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John Grondelski
Blaine Amendments are nothing less than open declarations of religious hostility.
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Patrick Reilly
The Court’s ruling rests on whether an employee is a ‘teacher of religion’ and therefore a minister of the faith.
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Alexandra Greeley
Szyszkiewicz runs two websites, CatholicMom.com and FranciscanMom.com, that draw Catholic foodies from around the world
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Joseph Pronechen
As we’ve seen Bishop Fulton Sheen was prophetic about the problems he foresaw years before they came over the horizon. He was no less so about America in a TV broadcast more than half a century ago.
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Edward Pentin
The Oscar-winning film composer, who died Monday at age 91, declared himself “Catholic without hesitation.”
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Paige Courtney Barnes
America is approaching a decisive moment in history — a moment in which Christians can bring their faith, and an understanding of race as a mirror of the glory of God, into the discussion.
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Kathy Schiffer
“May the members of your society in America,” wrote Washington to the nation’s Catholics, “animated alone by the pure spirit of Christianity, and still conducting themselves as the faithful subjects of our free government, enjoy every temporal and spiritual felicity.”
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K.V. Turley
London’s fierce Gordon Riots in 1780 dashed all hopes of bringing Spain and Austria into the fight against the American colonies.