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Editor Gerald Korson tells the story of five Catholic women who had a sudden "career change" in the 1930s.
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The war in Iraq deepens the national debt; the poor suffer the consequences through social-services cuts.
Dioceses and parishes are beginning to tighten fiscal oversight and train its financial officers better.
It's not just a foreign problem: thousands of human victims are lured into slavery each year in the "land of the free."
This article has free access for all visitors. Father Joe Langford describes Mother Teresa's spirituality and how he came to co-found with her a religious order for priests.
This is the expanded interview by OSV staff with Fr. Joe Langford, who is co-founder of Mother Teresa's order of priests.
Emmaus Ministries reaches out to bring Christ, his gospel and redemption to male prostitutes.
Carl Olson's Scripture column explains how the Holy Family is a model for a "domestic church" that leads us to the Father.
You'll find dedicated priests ready to serve the faithful in unusual places -- on the gridiron, the race track, even under the big top.
Msgr. M. Francis Mannion explains that you don't have to be a vowed religious in order to practice the charisms of poverty, chastity and obedience.
Athletes who use performance-enhancing drugs not only damage their health, but also negatively impact family and society.
Kathy Shaidle says a press photo of a man praying before an absent shrine reminds us of how culture can surrender its beliefs.
Publisher Greg Erlandson says that while annual Christmas letters usually accentuate the positive in families, it's the conflicts and embarassments that make a family what it is -- a "work in progress."
Letters to the Editor
may not have surprised anyone with his World Day of Peace message, but the points he raises are well worth our reflection.
States are making it easier to kill in self-defense and to use deadly force against any intruders
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