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April 3, 2011

California Cistercians return neglected stones to glory Monks of Abbey of New Clairvaux rebuilding 12th-century chapter house

Opening the Word: Mysterious ways

Opening the Word: Mysterious ways Three mysteries of the Christian faith point us to the greatest of mysteries — the ...

Carmelite monks brew up prayerful existence in Wyoming ‘Mystic Monk’ makers plan Gothic monastery to complement their way of life

Catholics debate benefits, risks of nuke power Some proponents of this ‘green’ alternative to fossil fuel now rethinking in wake of ...

Crisis 'needs to haunt us' At heart this remains a spiritual crisis that demands a spiritual response on the part ...

How traditional Lenten practices can make us better stewards

How traditional Lenten practices can make us better stewards Fasting and almsgiving build up the virtues of temperance and charity

Is Japan’s Our Lady of Akita apparition ‘worthy of belief’? Vision has been in news because of calamities, but its approval is questioned

Letters to the Editor for April 3, 2011 Church workers' rights, Communion, cohabitation, and confession

Appropriate behavior for sign of peace

Appropriate behavior for sign of peace It should prepare congregation for Communion, not be a time for hugging, visiting with ...

Prayers for Japan

Prayers for Japan As world reaches out to disaster-stricken country, a memory of emperor’s outreach to ...

Nuns' spiritual enclosure fosters community life at abbey Nuns of Regina Laudis integrate work and prayer on 400-acre monastery and nature preserve

Lessons from the allegations against Father John Corapi

Lessons from the allegations against Father John Corapi Popular speaker and EWTN Network personality Father John Corapi placed on ...

Pope Benedict’s new book earns far-reaching acclaim

Pope Benedict’s new book earns far-reaching acclaim His second installment of ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ is resonating with Protestant, Jewish ...

No debating sanctity of life

No debating sanctity of life Atheist’s arguments at Cleveland event don’t hold up against life-giving truth of ...

The Examen — the prayer that changes everything St. Ignatius’ Examen teaches us to see God in what we think, do and feel every day

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