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celebrates life, reminds us of death
Pope John Paul II legacy project slims down, shifts emphasis to the work of its think tank
Catholic officials, fearing push for more government control, weigh how to maintain traditional educational mission
Church says society has right to protection but must respect offenders' human dignity
In her most unusual and pain-filled life, Cornelia Connelly found peace in service
Bishops' spokesman says lingering tensions strain official dialogue with the Orthodox, but grass-roots relations are warm and friendly
Cochran's 'Agnes' struggles at times but keeps her faith in God
Graphic novelist sees similarities between St. Joseph of Cupertino and Superman
Arcadius Press aims to be eye-catching and educational with 'Stories of the Saints' series geared toward young people
Father Stan Rother, murdered 25 years ago, lived out the Gospel message despite dangers
'Natural; inclination is no excuse
The Holy Spirit guides the apostles to see for themselves that Christ truly is the Son of God.
For one Naval Reserve chaplain who has ministered to U.S. troops in Fallujah, service in the military is 'a real change to evangelize.'
We venerate images, recognizing that the honor rendered is to the person represented.
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