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Crisis in Darfur stems from a war without an end
While Sudan's government and rebel leaders remain in standoff, the innocent continue to flee to camps or face death.
Series by Margo Sorenson has mouse helping master builder and princess lift their spirits.
Angels are cooperating causes in human salvation
St. Thomas Aquinas scholar says not enough attention is paid to the role of spiritual beings
Marketplace forces systems to act as businesses. Nevertheless, many religious orders make concerted effort to maintain Catholic identity.
Many hospitals face questions about their ability to carry out the charitable ministry on which they were founded
In the brave new world, kids are left behind as 'mom-and-pop' families decline.
On this second Sunday of Advent, St. John the Baptist prepares us for the 'day of Christ.'
How Catholic are Catholic hospitals these days?
Religious in America have tended to the sick for centuries. Catholic health care in the United States reaches back to 1727 with Ursuline Sisters.
These created heavenly beings are subject to some strange ideas.
Church affirms 'baptism of desire' for those who are ignorant of Christ but seek the truth.
In this season of waiting, we can pray for calm to this doctor-priest until our name is called.
Anti-Catholic attackers always target clergy first in an all-out effort to undermine the faith.
Politicians follow public mood in a democracy or else they are not in public office for long.
Without a commitment to mission that distinguishes Catholic health care ministries from secular providers, the Church has no business remaining in the field.
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