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FDA-approved emergency contraception an excuse to avoid other birth-control methods -- by Mary DeTurris Poust.
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Editor Gerald Korson's column on praying like a champion.
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A sidebar to our fertility article about teaching young people about chastity.
A sidebar to our fertility story. How men figure into the emergency contraception equation.
Various Church groups and laypeople can use the new text to better understand the Faith. By Carlos Briceno.
This sidebar details what's found in the new adult catechism, and changes that occurred during the draft process.
Trudy Thomas writes: New contraception methods and unnatural use of treatments encourage woman to use their bodies as machines.
Jonathan Luxmoore writes about a priest who continues his crusade to have the deaths of countrymen recognized by Russian leaders.
In Focus section by Carl E. Olsen. Modern readers often miss the context in which the last book of the Bible was written, puzzling them as to its true meaning.
Additional information to our In Focus section on The Apocalypse. The Book of Revelation is described.
Additional information for our In Focus section on The Apocalypse.
There are four generally recognized methods of interpreting the Book of Revelation: the idealist, the futurist, the historicist and the preterist.
This sidebar to the methods of interpreting Revelation highlights the freedom of the "Catholic" interpretation.
By Carl E. Olsen. Here are some of the major symbols and images for Revelation.
The book of Revelation makes prolific use of numbers that had symbolic meanings in the Hebrew world. Here are some of them.
Marcellino D'Ambrosio's column: Jesus predicts he will be tortured to death at the instigation of the day's spiritual leaders.
by Sandra Meisel. Since Freemasonry teaches a rival religion of naturalism and denies absolute truth, Catholicism and the Lodge can never be reconciled.
There are several points on which Masonic teaching is irreconcilable with the Catholic faith.
Msgr. M. Francis Mannion's column. The story of what occurred to the remnant wood that bore Jesus is both confusing and complex. Also, receiving Communion and sinning.
Gerald Korson reviews 'Facing the Giants,' a small-budget Christian film worthy of its advance hype.
An update to our August 20, 2006, commentary aobut a full-page New York Times advertisement that criticized Bush administration policies.
A guest column by Rev. Donald P. Richmond. Being a 'good Catholic' is okay, if this is all God has for us, but there is much more to it.
Greg Erlandson's column on a Trappist friar who lived a life close to God and helped a southern monastery grow in service.
This weeks' subjects include prayer; FDR and communism; holding hands at Mass; designing churches; immigration; foreign priests; and a correction.
This week's editorial focuses on the least-read book of the Bible: Revelation, and its implications for today.
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