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This article is free to read for registered users. Environmental oddities around the country remind us that caring for our climate is part of our faith too.
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In his weekly Openers column, Gerald Korson highlights the significance and history of these hollidays.
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Catholic leaders played a pivotal role in swaying the state's legislators on the life issue.
Recent botched executions and challenges to the methods are causing state to review.
This can be your year to gain hold of your financial life and your future.
A joyful life, though elusive, may be developed through a good attitude.
Father James Schall reminds us in his OSV interview, that the one thing that can finally make us happy is the truth of Christ.
Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI approach the topics of morality in their own unique ways.
God is calling. How will we answer? Jesus tells us to cast our nets. Will we go out for him?
Our Sunday Visitor asks Catholics to share their definition of what happiness is and how and where they find it in their daily lives.
Seminaries denied Father Tolton admission to their institution because of his skin color.
Our brief salient observations and opinions on the news.
Our kids are precious and grow up much faster than we think, so cherish every moment.
Priestly celibacy enables us to devote ourselves entirely to the Church and her members.
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Too many politicians are long on promises, short on specifics, and shorter still on delivery.
Recent scandals remind us that Jesus founded our Church upon fallible human shoulders.
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