A Jesuit priest’s last Advent reflection from a Nazi prison

A Jesuit priest’s last Advent reflection from a Nazi prison In December 1944, 37-year-old Jesuit Father Alfred Delp was imprisoned in Tegel Prison ...

A new translation for a Church that's reclaiming its identity

A new translation for a Church that's reclaiming its identity Decades in the making, new text comes at a moment in our history that is a unique ...

Buckle that seat belt, ‘Mr. Ratzinger’ German lawyer files complaint against Pope for not wearing his seat belt during visit ...

Opening the Word: Cause for rejoicing

Opening the Word: Cause for rejoicing God has come and is coming to save us from sin, despair and death. But will we obey ...

Christ's death and resurrection

Christ's death and resurrection Seven ways of understanding Jesus’ death and what it achieved in relation to the ...

Editorial: Pontiff's message for a 'green' Advent ‘There will be no good future for humanity on earth if we do not educate everyone to a ...

Former Swiss Guard recounts papal lessons on leadership

Former Swiss Guard recounts papal lessons on leadership Swiss Guard-turned-businessman talks about what Pope John Paul’s example means for him ...

How to cultivate a spirit of evangelization Witnessing the Good News to others is the lifeblood of the Church

How to welcome faithful back into fold

How to welcome faithful back into fold Basic principles that should form the foundation of any outreach to lapsed Catholics

Letters to the Editor for December 11, 2011 Roman Missal, financial reform, Tim Tebow and Penn State

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