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In his weekly Openers column, Editor Gerald Korson discusses how new research highlights pro-choice inconsistency.
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Medical and scientific advancements raise questions on how Catholics should respond.
Bishops' conference begins implementing downsizing plan but some wonder about the impact on the Church in America.
Catholics are adopting a Byzantine tradition of sacrificing for the departed.
Priests, politicians, soldiers and colonists were among the spiritual giants who sacrificed and persevered through many hardships to establish a Catholic presence on the continent.
Graying trend has groups like the Knights of Columbus concerned.
Lent is a microcosm of the mountains and deserts that every Christian travels between.
Catholics have sought spiritual renewal for centuries by making pilgrimages to Lough Derg, where St. Patrick retreated for prayer.
To present the Church's teaching on abortion harshly, we fail to act like the Good Shepherd.
Our brief observations and comments on relevant news topics.
When we accept God's grace, we are capable of incredible feats of charity, holiness and faith.
The value of a person's life, their dignity is inherent, not given only if they are loved.
This section is free to registered users. A Priest, Deacons, Apostles and Father Drinan are on the minds of our readers this week.
The Christian life demands that men connect with and support one another in the larger faith community.
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