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This article is free to registered users. Many of the priests implicated as Cold War communist "collaborators" were heroes, say U.S. Poles.
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Editor Gerald Korson highlights an Ohio school's program that exemplifies the Catholic mission of training children in the virtues.
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Russell Shaw explains how President Bush's new plan for a "surge" of troops raises more questions than answers.
Some say the Church risks being forced by law to recognize same-sex unions unless it relinquishes the power to witness civil marriages.
In an OSV interview, Father James Schall of Georgetown University discusses the upspring and success of newer Catholic colleges that emphasize a classical liberal-arts education.
Urban Renewal: Despite redevelopment and rising tuition, inner-city schools represent 'the miracle of Catholic education.'
Student's Catholic faith helps them carry out Jesus' teaching on how to live as a Christian.
NativityMiguel and Cristo Rey still keep track of their students long after they walk out of the schools' doors.
A Catholic ethicist offers her perspective on the current motion picture based on the P.D. James novel that depicts the consequences of "elective infertility."
In his Scripture column, Carl E. Olson describes how we all share in Jesus' prophetic mission by virtue of our baptism.
Marital infidelity can be devastating to a couple's relationship, but the marriage can be rebuilt and survive if both partners are willing to work at it.
In Msgr. M. Francis Mannion's Q&A column, a reader asks why the Church established the solemnity of Christ the King at a time when earthly kingdoms were in decline.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver writes of how teaching the Catholic faith and love of Jesus is at the heart of Catholic education.
Our salient comments on the marketing tactics of Bible publishers and the human being behind the late and brutal reign of Saddam Hussein.
Taking the easy way out and trusting in God can be the hardest thing we ever do in life, says columnist Kathy Shaidle.
Raising our kids in the faith takes more than prayer: It also takes Catholic education, says publisher Greg Erlandson in his Spectator column.
Transparency, Dostoevsky and crossword puzzles are on the minds of our readers this week.
"To surge or not to surge" is not necessarily the critical question in President Bush's new Iraq strategy. Making a "responsible transition" and rebuild the Iraqi infrastructure to meet the needs of the Iraqi people is our foremost obligation.
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