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January 29, 2012

Opening the Word: Amazing words, works of Christ

Opening the Word: Amazing words, works of Christ Unlike demon who recognized yet rejected Jesus, we must witness to Christ’s ...

Catholic teachers model faith, service and academic excellence for pupils

Catholic teachers model faith, service and academic excellence for pupils Meet a handful of Catholic school teachers dedicated to modeling faith and service, in ...

Catholics getting comfortable with new Mass translation Slipups aside, many appreciate more poetic, more accurate language in the revised ...

Editorial: First Amendment victory Will the decision serve as a corrective to an executive branch that appears to have ...

Interplay of cosmology, revelation

Interplay of cosmology, revelation Breakthroughs reinforce the truth of a God with extraordinary plans for the universe, ...

Judge’s order has victims’ organization reeling

Judge’s order has victims’ organization reeling Critics accuse SNAP of hypocrisy for not turning over papers yet demanding Church ...

Letters to the Editor for January 29, 2012 Gambling, evil, immigration, social justice, and discipleship

Msgr. Mannion's stern reply to a critic

Msgr. Mannion's stern reply to a critic A reader writes a lengthy criticism of recent columns on communion; shows need for ...

‘Individualism’ as the root cause of global economic crisis

‘Individualism’ as the root cause of global economic crisis Pope Benedict XVI recently gave an interesting speech to civil leaders of Rome and its ...

Priests and marriage

Priests and marriage Ordinariate could mean more married Catholic priests. An overview of Church teaching ...

Stronger efforts needed to combat human trafficking, victims' advocates say With funding short and laws lacking, Catholic organizations work to aid victims

Stupid, stupid, stupid

Stupid, stupid, stupid Ungentlemanly word is the best way to describe the hypocritical eulogies to atheist ...

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