Letters to the Editor for June 12, 2011 Poverty, animals, Pope John Paul II, and Catholic social teaching

Social media tools keep seniors connected

Social media tools keep seniors connected Along with viewing news and emailing, older adults use sites such as Facebook to keep ...

Charities, programs focus on senior needs Programs provide older adults with companionship and a range of medical and nonmedical ...

Some saints turned pious late in life These three holy people are testaments that it’s never too late to turn over a new ...

Catholic radio, TV draw large senior audience Programs with daily Mass, news and entertainment foster a sense of Catholic community ...

NARAL Pro-Choice video attacks pregnancy resource centers

NARAL Pro-Choice video attacks pregnancy resource centers Video attacking pro-life pregnancy centers alludes to their success and their threat ...

Editorial: Caring for poor is non-negotiable ‘We need ... a healthy anxiety in face of the fearful misery there is in the world.’

Who knew home schooling would generate such feedback

Who knew home schooling would generate such feedback Our article last week on long-standing tensions between Catholic home-schoolers and ...

New papal statue in Rome called ‘ugly’

New papal statue in Rome called ‘ugly’ Last month the city of Rome erected its first statue of Blessed Pope John Paul II.

Opening the Word: Pentecost Sunday celebrates unity brought by Holy Spirit

Opening the Word: Pentecost Sunday celebrates unity brought by Holy Spirit Pentecost Sunday celebrates the unity and peace brought to the Church through the Holy ...

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