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November 6, 2011

Are we seeing the beginning of religious persecution in America?

Are we seeing the beginning of religious persecution in America? Catholic Church agencies are closing their doors under new laws, policies gutting ...

Blessings of military service As the holidays approach, veterans, military personnel and chaplains reflect on what ...

Opening the Word: Eternal readiness plan

Opening the Word: Eternal readiness plan Through acts of charity and love, we’ll be prepared to meet the Bridegroom in the ...

Catholicism in Brazil finds itself at crossroads Fewer Brazilians call themselves Catholic, but new charismatic movements attract young ...

Church history is essential Catholic reading Learning the narrative of the Church’s triumphs and shortcomings helps us gain ...

Converting hearts in the digital age

Converting hearts in the digital age Website lets people share stories of conversion or reversion to the faith, opening the ...

Editorial: Vatican's controversial call for financial reform Anyone who has been listening only to the political debate in this country likely will ...

Letters to the Editor for November 6, 2011 The pro-life movement, social justice, death penalty and humor

Military vets, active members grateful for blessings in their lives

Military vets, active members grateful for blessings in their lives Despite physical and psychological toll, they find strength through faith, friends and ...

Why two judgments?

Why two judgments? One calls individuals to account; the other will pronounce God’s final word over all ...

No silver bullet in improving Catholic communications

No silver bullet in improving Catholic communications Church must do a better job of reaching faithful using all media, but there’s no easy ...

Parish programs help temper pain of underemployment Those seeking full-time work find job-searching and spiritual tips

Speaking up

Speaking up Former stutterer, whose affliction went away while he was praying Rosary, admires ...

Slow and steady wins retirement race

Slow and steady wins retirement race If your savings fall short, take care not to fall prey to ‘get-rich-quick’ schemes

The challenge for Americans to identify as ‘Catholic first’

The challenge for Americans to identify as ‘Catholic first’ This week we report on the Vatican’s new document proposing solutions to the global ...

Three families reveal lessons and blessings of multigenerational households Behind the statistics, a look at what life is truly like for these families

Vatican council urges global financial reform Document proposes tax on transactions, creation of global political authority

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