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Council of Cardinals discusses apostolic constitution

Incorporating suggestions from bishops’ conferences

Canadian student hypes ultimatum to bear no children

Until gov'ts act to combat climate change; an odd threat

S. Korea announces new measures to boost population

Gov't knows fertility rate of 0.98 poses 'a grave threat'

Cdl. Dolan: Notorious Rikers Island prison 'has got to go'

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The Least of the Least of Our Brethren

How can we convert this culture of death? Through education, public action, pastoral leadership — and faith.

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All Catholics Should Major in Double E

The Eucharist without the episcopacy is invalid. The episcopacy without the Eucharist is more or less useless. The two are mutually reinforcing.

READ ARTICLE
Frankenstein. By Mary Shelley

Shelley’s novel can be read as a validation of the family, marriage, and natural human values in contrast to the overreaching desires of the prideful…

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Archbp. Chaput issues warning about Fr. James Martin

Jesuit 'does not speak with authority' on Church's behalf

Council of Cardinals discusses apostolic constitution

Incorporating suggestions from bishops’ conferences

Canadian student hypes ultimatum to bear no children

Until gov'ts act to combat climate change; an odd threat

S. Korea announces new measures to boost population

Gov't knows fertility rate of 0.98 poses 'a grave threat'

Cdl. Dolan: Notorious Rikers Island prison 'has got to go'

Calls press conference, with other NYC religious leaders

Union Theological Seminary students 'confess' to plants

Campus spokesman calls it 'a beautiful, moving ritual'

VIEW ARCHIVE
Archbp. Chaput issues warning about Fr. James Martin

Jesuit 'does not speak with authority' on Church's behalf

Council of Cardinals discusses apostolic constitution

Incorporating suggestions from bishops’ conferences

Canadian student hypes ultimatum to bear no children

Until gov'ts act to combat climate change; an odd threat

S. Korea announces new measures to boost population

Gov't knows fertility rate of 0.98 poses 'a grave threat'

Cdl. Dolan: Notorious Rikers Island prison 'has got to go'

Calls press conference, with other NYC religious leaders

Union Theological Seminary students 'confess' to plants

Campus spokesman calls it 'a beautiful, moving ritual'

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Eve's Burden

September 20th 2019 2:32 PM

Three houses over from mine, Wanda, a 72-year-old woman, lived with Marsha, her 47-year-old daughter, and Devan, her 17-year-old granddaughter.…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

God and Man at Play

September 17th 2019 3:06 PM

Hugo Rahner, SJ, is the author of a classic work Man at Play. The central and staggering insight of Man…

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Visit to an AA Meeting

September 13th 2019 4:15 PM

On my regular walks each evening, I pass by a public building where meetings are held almost every night. Two…

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The Unbearable Whiteness of Being... The Fraudsters of Islamophobia... Don't Call It 'Adultery,' Call It 'Loving More'... and more

VIEW DOSSIER
America: History, Culture & Politics

Losing Our Religion… American Libidocracy… Twilight of the Idols… The Most Segregated Hour… This Land is Not Our Land… and more

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