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On the Fear of Sanctity

Once we allow God to have complete charge of our comforts and desires, we are no longer afraid of losing what is most dear to…

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What Makes the Catholic Mind Unique?

The Catholic world is an enchanted world, filled with theophanies of a God who longs to be our All in all.

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On Nurturing Man’s Spiritual Relationship with Technology

Technology cannot erase our humanity. We will find a way to live and even flourish in a world saturated with technology.

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Pell: 'Clear headed' women will help fix Vatican finances

They'll 'insist we sentimental males get our act together'

Worshippers, protesters fined $1,800 in British Columbia

For holding religious services, not contact-tracing outdoors

Diocese must make abuse payouts for defunct order

Newfoundland case may expand view of Church liability

Chinese prez Xi asks Starbucks head to lobby for him

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Fr. James Martin links Catholic leaders to Capitol riot

Criticism of pro-abort Biden 'helped give rise to violence'

Rome university reverses decision to honor Fr. Pavone

Due to factors 'in relation to' the U.S. 'political situation'

Pell: 'Clear headed' women will help fix Vatican finances

They'll 'insist we sentimental males get our act together'

Worshippers, protesters fined $1,800 in British Columbia

For holding religious services, not contact-tracing outdoors

Diocese must make abuse payouts for defunct order

Newfoundland case may expand view of Church liability

Chinese prez Xi asks Starbucks head to lobby for him

Wants easing of trade policy, more business cooperation

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Risk of Death in the Line of Duty - Part XX

By James Thunder
January 13th 2021 4:54 PM

I previously cited individuals who tended patients with incurable, communicable diseases: Joseph Dutton who worked with St. Damien of Molokai, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Blaber,…

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Real Presence

By Richard DellOrfano
January 13th 2021 4:51 PM

I visited her right after church on Christmas Sunday. It was still morning when I knocked on her door for my weekly visit. Della ushered…

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Risk of Death for Another - Part XIX

By James Thunder
January 11th 2021 3:27 PM

Let's take a look at individuals who have risked death for the sake of another. Archbishop Marcello Bartolucci, secretary of the Vatican Congregation for the…

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Front & Center

On the Fear of Sanctity

Once we allow God to have complete charge of our comforts and desires, we are no longer afraid of losing what is most dear to…

READ ARTICLE
What Makes the Catholic Mind Unique?

The Catholic world is an enchanted world, filled with theophanies of a God who longs to be our All in all.

READ ARTICLE
On Nurturing Man’s Spiritual Relationship with Technology

Technology cannot erase our humanity. We will find a way to live and even flourish in a world saturated with technology.

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In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Fr. James Martin links Catholic leaders to Capitol riot

Criticism of pro-abort Biden 'helped give rise to violence'

Rome university reverses decision to honor Fr. Pavone

Due to factors 'in relation to' the U.S. 'political situation'

Pell: 'Clear headed' women will help fix Vatican finances

They'll 'insist we sentimental males get our act together'

Worshippers, protesters fined $1,800 in British Columbia

For holding religious services, not contact-tracing outdoors

Diocese must make abuse payouts for defunct order

Newfoundland case may expand view of Church liability

Chinese prez Xi asks Starbucks head to lobby for him

Wants easing of trade policy, more business cooperation

VIEW ARCHIVE
Fr. James Martin links Catholic leaders to Capitol riot

Criticism of pro-abort Biden 'helped give rise to violence'

Rome university reverses decision to honor Fr. Pavone

Due to factors 'in relation to' the U.S. 'political situation'

Pell: 'Clear headed' women will help fix Vatican finances

They'll 'insist we sentimental males get our act together'

Worshippers, protesters fined $1,800 in British Columbia

For holding religious services, not contact-tracing outdoors

Diocese must make abuse payouts for defunct order

Newfoundland case may expand view of Church liability

Chinese prez Xi asks Starbucks head to lobby for him

Wants easing of trade policy, more business cooperation

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The Narthex

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Risk of Death in the Line of Duty - Part XX

January 13th 2021 4:54 PM

I previously cited individuals who tended patients with incurable, communicable diseases: Joseph Dutton who worked with St. Damien of Molokai,…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Real Presence

January 13th 2021 4:51 PM

I visited her right after church on Christmas Sunday. It was still morning when I knocked on her door for…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Risk of Death for Another - Part XIX

January 11th 2021 3:27 PM

Let's take a look at individuals who have risked death for the sake of another. Archbishop Marcello Bartolucci, secretary of…

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From Murderer to Monk… My (Crooked) Path to the Monastery… Why Attila the Hun Would Have Sacked a Protestant Rome… more

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Exorcism, Possession & the Problem of Evil

Devil or Disease?... Why Is There Evil in the World?... Perfect Possession… Peering Into the Abyss… The Dark Side of Self-Sacrifice… more

VIEW DOSSIER
Fatima: Secrets & Conspiracies

Marian Misconceptions... An Epic in Search of an Ending... The Private Interpretation of Private Revelations... more

VIEW DOSSIER

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Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

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