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July 31, 2011

Opening the Word: Feeding five thousand

Opening the Word: Feeding five thousand Jesus’ miraculous multiplication of loaves, fish was a reminder of the past and a ...

Catholic artists combine creativity and faith to glorify God

Catholic artists combine creativity and faith to glorify God These three Catholics have answered the pope’s call to continue the tradition of ...

Catholic persecution in the Spanish Civil War

Catholic persecution in the Spanish Civil War 75 years ago, the violent war began in which the Church came under attack and many ...

Editorial: A magical ending for Harry Potter ‘It is Harry, with his inseparable friends, who demonstrates that it is possible to ...

Greece's economic woes hit country's Catholic Church

Greece's economic woes hit country's Catholic Church The financial crisis has stunted social and pastoral outreach and threatens the local ...

Irish legislation to curb abuse would put confession seal under threat

Irish legislation to curb abuse would put confession seal under threat Irish Church's failures prompt lawmakers to demand reporting of sex abuse, even if ...

The American Church

The American Church It should strive to relate to and inspire Catholics in today’s culture without ...

A changing landscape

A changing landscape Bishops, priests and parishioners face logistical and emotional issues as U.S. ...

New Catholic medical school will take holistic approach

New Catholic medical school will take holistic approach Marian University views its osteopathic medicine program as complementing Church teaching.

Phone hacking and the death of confidence in institutions

Phone hacking and the death of confidence in institutions If anyone paranoid and distrustful of public institutions needed any further ...

Letters to the Editor for July 31, 2011 Father John Corapi, homosexuality, Rep. Paul Ryan, and social teaching

His infinite goodness

His infinite goodness Life experiences, such as meeting a new grandchild, give shades of meaning to lessons ...

Sex selection creates widening gender imbalance

Sex selection creates widening gender imbalance Growing practice of choosing boys over girls causes male surplus, which could have ...

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