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March 4, 2012

Opening the Word: A Jewish take on the New Testament

Opening the Word: A Jewish take on the New Testament Jewish scholars provide insights that could advance knowledge, dialogue between the ...

Cheerful warriors

Cheerful warriors As Church takes incoming fire from many sides, it’s time to shake off fear and take a ...

Editorial: Catholic contributions Consider the massive positive impact Catholic American educational, health and social ...

How ‘macro’ events can shape our individual financial lives

How ‘macro’ events can shape our individual financial lives Cultural changes such as breakdown of family cause more government involvement, higher ...

Letters to the Editor for March 4, 2012 Contraception mandate, religious freedom, Planned Parenthood and catechesis

Next steps in HHS mandate controversy The president’s ‘accommodation’ on mandated contraception/sterilization coverage fails ...

Pope Benedict makes moves to secure his legacy

Pope Benedict makes moves to secure his legacy New Evangelization fits perfectly into pontiff’s themes of continuity, change and reform

Opening the Word: Saying ‘yes’ to God

Opening the Word: Saying ‘yes’ to God In his willingness to sacrifice his son, Abraham cast himself into the light of God’s ...

Scrutinizing RCIA rites

Scrutinizing RCIA rites Scrutinies that take place during Lent are officially part of a little-understood rite ...

The link between Lent and American economic recovery

The link between Lent and American economic recovery Thought experiment: What if a lot of Catholic Americans had a really good Lent this year?

This Lent, try the 1-1-1 plan

This Lent, try the 1-1-1 plan One pastor’s strategy for Lenten success: Focus on one ‘sin elimination,’ one ‘add’ ...

Why Catholic colleges attract Muslim students

Why Catholic colleges attract Muslim students Some want to study in a faith-filled environment, while others are drawn to schools’ ...

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