Beginning Monday, November 13, look right here for OSV Newsweekly editor Gerald Korson's up close reports on the U.S. Bishops' meeting, taking place in Baltimore. Fresh insights, inside information, and expert analysis. Click here for the scoop.
Free to registered users. By Gerald Korson. As the U.S. bishops prepare to vote on a document about pastoral care of homosexuals, we revisit the Church teachings.
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Openers column by editor Gerald Korson. Is the "Barrio Bishop" Alphonse Gallegos another saint for our time?
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By Mary DeTurris Poust. The lastest FoxFaith venture plans to create new family-values movies, but will they be quality, entertaining productions?
By Russell Shaw. Cardinal Bernardin's influence still being felt a decade after his death.
Financial Freedom for Catholics column by Phil Lenahan. Today's world encourarges debt--but that leaves little for retirement.
In Focus section on Baltimore. With its rich heritage, Baltimore is one of the most important Catholic cities in the country. Stories by Carl Kozlowski.
By Russell Shaw. Conspiricy theorist sees Catholic ideology as an unhealthy influence on U.S. government.
By Carl Kozlowski. The current restoration project recaptures the way Baltimore's Basicilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary looked when it opened in 1821.
In Focus article by Carl Kozlowski. St. John Neumann and Blessed Xavier Seelos had been pastors at the downtown parish.
In Focus article by Carl Kozlowski. Holy Rosary Catholic Church is the archdiocesan shrine of Divine Mercy and serves Baltimore's Polish population.
In Focus article by Carl Kozlowski. Mother Seton's brief year living in Baltimore marked the start of her religious vocation.
By Carl Kozlowski. Catholics formed the underground network Zegota, where Jews were smuggled to safety.
In Focus article by Carl Kozlowski. The city has a basilica with Mother Seton's remains, and former residences.
Column by Marcellino D'Ambrosio. We fall short of God's desire to love him with our heart and love our neighbor as ourselves.
By Emily Stimpson. With elections here again, the tendency to cast the faithful into camps using political terms returns and divides the Body of Christ.
Column by Monsignor M. Francis Mannion. People who live out the Gospel message in their everyday life is the true connotation.
Column by Kathy Shaidle. Caryll Houselander witnessed the terror of World War II and said we should respond with love.
Brief salient observations and opinions on the news by OSV staff.
Free to registered users. Letters to the Editor for the November 5, 2006 issue. Subjects this week include blessings for children at communion, Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, self-defense, Al-Noor ministry, and the Amish school shooting.
Column by Greg Erlandson, OSV publisher. Political debate keeps getting sillier, but the consequences are serious and hurting us all.
Editorial by OSV Staff. Voting is first and foremost a duty. The Catechism of the Catholic Church makes clear what the duties of a citizen are.
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