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This article is free to all visitors. Three new mainstream books focus on just how rotten the fruit of the sexual revolution can be.
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Catholics could use a lesson or two in expressing public outrage.
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Court upholds ban on 'dilation and extraction' method.
Parishes should focus on National Guard families in particular since they have less access to services, archbishop says.
Respected theologian Sister Sara Butler used to think women should be priests, but further study changed her mind.
Through his writing and preaching, Venerable John Henry Newman used his immense intellectual gifts to draw souls to God and to the faith.
In a sermon, he explains how our love and faith grow when we turn our thoughts to Christ.
Italian Msgr. Marco Frisina will unveil 'Divine Comedy' as an opera.
Book of Revelation doesn't involve top-secret technology, but the salvation of God's flock.
Why does a good God permit sorrow and pain? That is a question that haunts all who must endure crosses while on this journey.
Church has plenty of resources within its theology to address concern for fate of earth.
Our Takes: Brief salient observations and opinions on the news.
With faith tossed out, decay is inevitable: and with decay comes dictatorship of the ordinary.
Portuguese pro-abortion law symptom of climate in Europe that takes God out of life.
PETA should stop henpecking monks.
Reach out to returning soldiers and those in veterans' hospitals to help ease their psychological and physical transition from combat duty to civilian life.
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