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In his Openers column, Editor Gerald Korson encourages readers to not give up on giving up.
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Some reports saw controversy between their attempts to define more clearly the moral lines in end-of-life issues.
The Church believes its members should be held accountable for any sins committed.
The penitential practices during the 40 days of Lent allow Catholics to live out their covenant love for their Father.
Responses to OSV's question range from common, such as forgoing sweets, to unusual, such as not crossing legs.
Jesus instructs us not to be intolerant of those who hurt us, but we must show mercy.
The Catechism says 'We should not despair of the eternal salvation of persons who have taken their own lives' because God shows mercy.
Certain rites of the liturgy are only called for during specific times of the year such as Easter.
Editorial comments on the film that started the revolution and undercover journalism in the confessional.
The debate over Communion for pro-abortion Catholic politicians is at the forefront, again.
The Jesuit priest congressman did not set the tone for pro-abortion Catholic politicians.
Free to registered users! Martin Luther King Jr., the unborn and death are on the minds of our readers this week in our Letters to the Editor column.
Super Bowl coaches Tony Dungy and Lovie Smith don't thump their Bibles, but they do give God the glory and are not afraid to grant him proper public mention.
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