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Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is closed

Franciscans continue with 7 Masses per day, no pilgrims

Pope will offer Easter liturgies in St. Peter's Basilica

Chrism Mass to be transferred; Stations led from parvis

Croatia: Zagreb's cathedral is damaged in earthquake

5.2 magnitude quake was strongest to hit city in 140 years

Pope donates 30 respirators to needy hospitals

Death toll in Italy is well over double that seen elsewhere

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After France announces withdrawal of 200 troops there

N. Italy: 'We Take the Dead From Morning Till Night'

N.Y. Times offers photo-journal from hard-hit Bergamo

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The Failures of the New Lectionary

It entirely translates and edits out the Bible’s teaching on fornication, and renders the doctrine of Hell if not invisible, then opaque.

READ ARTICLE
Last Things

Most Americans assume some people in power must be the good guys, people who can do something to fix things.

READ ARTICLE
Islam Critiqued by Ex-Muslims

Online criticism of Islam is a new phenomenon, a revolutionary movement that eludes the control of the imams, Islam’s religious leaders.

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Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is closed

Franciscans continue with 7 Masses per day, no pilgrims

Pope will offer Easter liturgies in St. Peter's Basilica

Chrism Mass to be transferred; Stations led from parvis

Croatia: Zagreb's cathedral is damaged in earthquake

5.2 magnitude quake was strongest to hit city in 140 years

Pope donates 30 respirators to needy hospitals

Death toll in Italy is well over double that seen elsewhere

Four abducted charity volunteers released in Iraq

After France announces withdrawal of 200 troops there

N. Italy: 'We Take the Dead From Morning Till Night'

N.Y. Times offers photo-journal from hard-hit Bergamo

VIEW ARCHIVE
Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is closed

Franciscans continue with 7 Masses per day, no pilgrims

Pope will offer Easter liturgies in St. Peter's Basilica

Chrism Mass to be transferred; Stations led from parvis

Croatia: Zagreb's cathedral is damaged in earthquake

5.2 magnitude quake was strongest to hit city in 140 years

Pope donates 30 respirators to needy hospitals

Death toll in Italy is well over double that seen elsewhere

Four abducted charity volunteers released in Iraq

After France announces withdrawal of 200 troops there

N. Italy: 'We Take the Dead From Morning Till Night'

N.Y. Times offers photo-journal from hard-hit Bergamo

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As We Face a Crisis

March 24th 2020 3:35 PM

On May 4, 1940, my father embarked on the first voyage of the Queen Mary, since her conversion to a…

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The Grindstone

March 24th 2020 3:13 PM

During a homily, the priest lifted our bored faces by boldly declaring, "So not everyone’s going to heaven.” A matronly…

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A Caveat about Caution

March 17th 2020 9:29 PM

Of late we’ve heard much about caution—indeed, an abundance of caution, and rightly so. My caveat about caution is this:…

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The Cult of Diversity at Providence College... Ivy League Culture Wars... Is Georgetown Still Catholic?... and more

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