Free for registered users. By Judith Sudilovsky. Not feeling free to travel or move around, Catholics in the Holy Land face tough decisions.
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Column by Gerald Korson, editor. Our editor shares memories of his later father.
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By Emily Stimpson. Increased secularism causes low fertility rate and worker shortage, say some Church experts.
By E. Ron Watson. Canadian study of Carmelite nuns excites both atheists and believers.
By E. Ron Watson. A Harvard professor tries to explain away an age-old question.
By Emily Stimpson. Teens today tend to push the moral line of 'acceptable' sexual activity. Here's how parents can help them realize what chastity truly means.
By OSV Staff. In time for the holiday, here are suggestions for how families can spiritually enhance their celebration for years to come.
In Focus section by Regis Flaherty. The capital vices are dangerous conditions that give rise to other sins that endanger the soul.
By Maryann Gogniat Eidemiller. At age 92, Laura Lipari publishes first in a series of books on the Faith for a younger generation.
By Joyce Duriga. 'Christmas at Maxwell's,' an independent film, and "A Shoemaker's Gospel,' a new book are reviewed.
Column by Marcellino D'Ambrosio. Concern yourself with the time at hand; only God knows when and where the end will come.
Column by Monsignor M. Francis Mannion. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints does not allow for plural marriages; gluten-free hosts.
By Monsignor Richard Antall. Sometimes life brings adversity, challenging good people to 'drink the chalice of Jesus.'
Our Takes column by OSV Staff. A commentary on human life from Deacon David Ashenbrenner, of Galloway, Wisconsin.
Counter Cultural column by Kathy Shaidle. Celebrities who garner compassion through illness do not make destroying embryos right.
Spectator column by Greg Erlandson, Our Sunday Visitor publisher. Another Christian sinner grabs the headlines and reminds us we are all vulnerable to sin.
Free to registered users. This week's letters to the editor include the topics of Halloween, tree-huggers, Catholics at Mass, stewardship, paranormal, priests, Mother Theodore Guerin, GIRM, organ donation, and the apolcalypse.
Editorial by OSV Staff. The Catechism teaches that the Church 'does not exclude recourse to the death penalty,' but rather allows it on one very grave condition.
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