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Fuzziness over religious identity among faithful is one of the reasons for the declining number.
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After a long period of decline in religious practice, the Dutch may be rethinking their trends toward secularization.
Thomas Cahill reveals his self-indulgence and his cluelessness regarding Church and history.
The Apostleship of Prayer, now some 50 million members strong, keeps Catholics linked to Pope Benedict XVI and to the mission lands.
Catholic brides who want to be beautiful and tasteful on their wedding days have options, if they're willing to think outside the box.
The concept of modesty seems lost even on those who advocate for chastity.
They must speak up and say that the sexualization of women is unacceptable.
Wendy Shalit shows how young women are at forefront of the new modesty movement.
History shows that world governments do not always honor dignity, rights of their citizens.
Ten years after euthanasia legalized, more understand palliative care.
Brief salient observations and opinions on the news.
Letters to the editor from OSV Newsweekly for the week of May 20, 2007.
OSV Publisher Greg Erlandson's Spectator column, this week focusing on the appeal of the Latin Mass.
The editorial for the week of May 20, 2007, from OSV Newsweekly.
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