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New initiatives reflect the emergence of a more tradition-minded corps of prelates.
OSV asks voters how Church teaching influences who they support at election time.
Catholics across the country are learning how new communities can enrich their parish life as more immigrants join their flocks.
Accountability should be built into the plans for children and trustees caring for elderly loved ones.
Diocese develops plan to aid enculturation process for immigrant population.
As part of its missionary call, the archdiocese has created liturgical experiences for its diverse groups of parishioners.
OSV readers share what they do in their homes and within their families to commemorate Christmas -- the day of Jesus' birth.
Tendency of English and Spanish-speaking parishioners to self-segregate must be battled.
The Church has consistently taught that no one is beyond Jesus' saving power or mercy.
Charged with the care of any baby, we canrearrange our homes, alter aspects of our lives.
Priest belittles and casts aside efforts many folks make to receive Jesus Christ worthily.
Letters to the Editor
During Advent, we stand on earth before the Son of Man, receiving him with prayer, desire.
It is the duty of ever Catholic to take initiative and continually deepen his or her own faith.
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