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June 5, 2011

Opening the Word: With us always

Opening the Word: With us always Ascension doesn’t mean Jesus is distant from us; rather, he is present through Church, ...

Clergy sex crisis: A 'historical problem' that still haunts Church

Clergy sex crisis: A 'historical problem' that still haunts Church While study confirms most incidents took place well in the past, U.S. bishops must ...

Editorial: Seeing no borders "We fly over most of the world, and you don’t see borders."

Home-schoolers sometimes at odds with dioceses Some see home schooling as a threat to Catholic schools, while others recognize it as ...

Immigration reform makes brief blip in news cycle

Immigration reform makes brief blip in news cycle The U.S. president calls for reform during a stop at the Mexican border. But some see ...

Laying the foundations of holiness Associations, third orders and secular institutes are drawing laypeople to community life.

Letters to the Editor for June 5, 2011 Catholic vote, modesty, divorce, social justice, and cohabitation

Guidelines for receiving new faithful into Church

Guidelines for receiving new faithful into Church Distinctions should be made between welcoming catechumens and those who have been baptized

Curbing the sex abuse crisis

Curbing the sex abuse crisis Seminarians’ screening on sexual issues better than in past, but abuse will never be ...

Group has worked concretely for the culture of life for 40 years

Group has worked concretely for the culture of life for 40 years One of the accusations sometimes made against pro-lifers is that they have too little ...

Origins, witness of the liturgies of the East Understanding how Eastern and Western churches differ, and how they complement one ...

When you gamble, you roll dice with your livelihood

When you gamble, you roll dice with your livelihood There’s nothing inherently immoral about gambling, but care is needed at slot machines ...

Sex abuse not just 'a Catholic problem'

Sex abuse not just 'a Catholic problem' Until U.S. society acknowledges that it is not just ‘a Catholic problem,’ victims’ ...

The richness of Catholic rites

The richness of Catholic rites The Catholic Church is composed of many rites — all equally valid, equally beautiful ...

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