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2012

July 15, 2012

Austrian cardinal speaks on controversies

Austrian cardinal speaks on controversies Cardinal Schönborn discusses decision to go to Medjugorje, priestly dissent

Catholics react to Supreme Court decision

Catholics react to Supreme Court decision The 5-4 ruling in favor of Affordable Care Act does not affect lawsuits against HHS ...

Cause advances of eminently quotable Archbishop Sheen

Cause advances of eminently quotable Archbishop Sheen Sainthood cause took a major step forward in the last days of June.

Editorial: Fundamental flaws ‘The Supreme Court decision neither diminishes the moral imperative to ensure decent ...

Extending grace

Extending grace This election year, we have an opportunity to take better care of each other on this ...

Faith on campus

Faith on campus Students at Catholic colleges and universities are less likely to drift away from the ...

Lessons from France's anti-religious purge

Lessons from France's anti-religious purge What the anti-clerical climate in France during the turn of the last century can tell ...

Letters to the Editor for July 15, 2012 Medjugorje, religious freedom, parish life, and CHA

Opening the Word: Live in God's glory

Opening the Word: Live in God's glory God has invited us to share in his ministry, but this path demands humility and obedience

Peter's authority

Peter's authority Scripture and Tradition show Peter was more than an elder — he was given special ...

Round-up: Supreme Court decisions

Round-up: Supreme Court decisions The Affordable Care Act wasn’t the only thing the Supreme Court ruled on

Stories of growing up with Pope John Paul II

Stories of growing up with Pope John Paul II Author who had lifelong friendship with the pontiff recounts childhood memories, ...

Weighing the ethics of international surrogacy Indian women are carrying Westerners’ babies — and the result is a $500 million industry

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