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Russell Shaw
In 1964 there were 180,000 religious; today there are 67,000. The effects of this tragic loss on the Church can hardly be exaggerated,...
Joanna Bogle
It was a soaking wet night and a bitterly cold journey for the stagecoach travelers, especially those in the cheap seats outside, with the wind...
Robert P. Lockwood
My childhood pastor, back in the 1950s and early ‘60s in Yonkers, New York, was a priest named Msgr. Edward Betowski. It was said that the good...
Marcellino D'Ambrosio
The documents of the Second Vatican Council consist of sixteen ecclesiastical documents written by a team of several thousand bishops and...
Mark P. Shea
In our secular culture, most people think that the Catholic Church is "anti-choice." The only hope for a truly liberated future is to trust to...
Mark Lowery
God’s grace is the most powerful thing on earth. By making his own life available to us, God demonstrates his sovereign love and power.It must...
Mike Sullivan
You already you’re your kids need the "three R's." But you might want to add three more subjects from the school of Nazareth: silence, to...
Fr. Brian Harrison O.S.
In the wake of 9/11, the nasty subject of torture has become a topic of heated public debate. What should Catholics think about the intentional...
Carl Olson
What is the Christian virtue of hope? Certainly it is not the doomed secular attempt to achieve human perfection through technological or...
Anthony E. Clark
If Protestants can ask their friends here on earth to pray for them, then certainly we can ask our friends in heaven to pray for us also. Much...