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Free to registered users. A clash of obligations: Is it morally acceptable to contribute to the Church after you've sought legal protection from your creditors?
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In his weekly Openers column, editor Gerald Korson reminds us of how the "logic" of legal abortion imperils all human life.
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State Catholic conferences, lobbyists for the bishops, voice the Catholic perspective on pending issues of legislation.
Economic disparity is getting worse, but Pope Benedict XVI and the Church see the solution in a more equitable redistribution of goods.
'The Nurturing Network' leads pregnant women to a better way
Indiana couple, Mike and Elizabeth Griswold, donate ultrasound equipment to help mothers see their babies growing in the womb.
Too often, men are left out of the picture when their children's fate is determined. Project Rachel founder wants to give fathers a greater voice.
St. Gianna Beretta Molla Society has encountered many intercessions on behalf of pregnant women and children.
The threat of an avian flu pandemic raises ethical questions about the availability of a vaccine.
The Getty Museum in Los Angeles displays awe-inspiring art from an ancient monastery at the foot of Mount Sinai
Scripture columnist Carl E. Olson sings the praises of the oft-forgotten "person" of the Holy Trinity.
"Pastoral Answers" columnist Msgr. M. Francis Mannion explains the scriptural sense of Jesus' admonition to "Go, sell all that you have."
A "parish-life coordinator" discusses the challenges of administering and being accepted in a church community that lacks a priest as pastor.
Editorial comments on the gospel in fairy tales, a birth-control pill for men, and a Catholic college that offers discounts to the children of diocesan employees.
Columnist Robert P. Lockwood surveys the ups and downs of sports-team loyalty and what really matters in the end.
Columnist Msgr. Owen Campion has praise and admiration for the late president.
FREE to registered users. Readers state concerns about the linkage of AIDS to globalization, our pill-popping culture and the war's effect on our domestic poor.
Remembering our commitment to respect for the dignity of human life, from conception to natural death.
Catholic theologians say Church has no clear position, but it matters how you got into debt
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