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August 13, 2014

I was flipping through the National Catholic Reporter recently, and paused when I came to the Letters to the Editor (July 18–31). While NCR is a good source of reporting on Catholic affairs, its editorial slant very much leans leftward and the readership oftentimes reflects that perspective. Sometimes the letters can be quite entertaining, and this time was no exception—at first glance anyway.

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February 26, 2014

Every so often the time comes in a Catholic's life when he must consider finding a new church to attend. Usually this time comes when he is going on a trip, whether for business or pleasure, and needs to find a parish in which to attend Sunday Mass. Other times he is moving to a new city and needs to find a new parish in which to register. And, occasionally, he is simply dissatisfied with his current parish and wants to find a new parish in his diocese that is more to his liking.

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August 30, 2013

In one of my earlier blog posts entitled The Kerygma Enigma, I wrote of the essential importance of the initial preaching or proclamation of the basic Gospel message in the process of evangelization. After more than twenty years in professional pastoral ministry, I have become quite convinced that one of the reasons why we Catholics tend to be so weak and ineffectual at evangelization is the fact that we...