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Lenten Pretzels - Fr. William Saunders

Do pretzels really have anything to do with Lent?  Read more...

Lesson One in Prayer - Peter Kreeft

Let's get very, very basic and very, very practical about prayer. The single most important piece of advice I know about prayer is also the simplest: Just do it!  Read more...

Lessons from a Holy Man What Today's Catholics Can Learn from Padre Pio - CHARLES M. MANGAN

What is there to glean from the life of Padre Pio? Plenty! His enthusiasm for Jesus Christ and His Church is contagious.  Read more...

Let not your heart be troubled - Father George W. Rutler

King Charles II said that a gentleman is one who puts those around him at ease.   Read more...

Letter of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI to the Bishops of the Catholic Church - Pope Benedict XVI

The remission of the excommunication of the four Bishops consecrated in 1988 by Archbishop Lefebvre without a mandate of the Holy See has for many reasons caused, both within and beyond the Catholic Church, a discussion more heated than any we have seen for a long time.   Read more...

Liberal and Conservative: Two terms that have no place in Catholic theology - Deacon Douglas McManaman

Recently a student of mine sent me a series of questions she plans to ask me during an interview she’s conducting as part of an English assignment.  In one of her questions, she asks whether my theological views are “liberal, midstream, or conservative”.   Read more...

Life after Death - Peter Kreeft

Pie in the sky bye and bye — that's what you Christians believe.   Read more...

Life Principles: A Model for Teaching the Philosophy of the Pro-Life Movement - Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.

The Life Principles Program is a project devoted to explaining the underlying philosophy of the pro-life movement to a secular culture. This uniquely rational and commonly accessible approach has had a powerful and overwhelmingly successful effect on the positive education of pro-life issues around the country. Here following is a short-course in the Life Principles by founder Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.  Read more...

Lightheartedness - Donald DeMarco

Lightheartedness is a most suitable virtue for man since he is essentially a lighthearted being. He is a lighthearted being who has fallen from grace and aspires to rise again.  Read more...

Like Paul in Caesarea - Father George W. Rutler

Having spent more than a few years dealing with mental patients, I thought I was pretty well informed about the etiology of psychosis.  Read more...

Limits to Receiving the Eucharist - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Please cite the Canon Law code that says one can only receive Communion twice a day and all of the stipulations. And what are the consequences to exceeding that law even if your intentions are truly to feel united with Christ and not a numbers game?  Read more...

Listen to his voice - Father George W. Rutler

A father recently bemoaned the fact that the iPod had deprived him of his teenage son.   Read more...

Listening at the Liturgy - REV. BENEDICT J. GROESCHEL

The liturgy exhorts us with beautiful verses to respond to the readings in an enthusiastic way, not only with voice but with mind and heart.  Read more...

Liturgical Vestments - Fr. William Saunders

Earlier this spring, you wrote a series on the Order of the Mass. I have always wondered about the vestments that priests wear at Mass. Would you write a column on this?  Read more...

Living a Virtuous Life - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

I keep hearing about the importance of virtue and being virtuous, but no one explains what virtue is. Why don't you do a column about this?  Read more...

Living an examined life - Father George W. Rutler

The wistfulness of these autumnal days moves the mind, by the natural withering of leaves and the shortening of days, to think of the end of our own lives.  Read more...

Living eternity with the Lord - Father George W. Rutler

When Shakespeare imagined what young King Henry V might have said before the Battle of Agincourt a century and a half before, he wrote one of the most celebrated speeches never really spoken.  Read more...

Living Lent - Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

What does Lent mean today? How do we keep it? What can our family do?   Read more...

Living Simply - Rev. Thomas G. Morrow

In every age, when the Church has pursued reform, the reformers have gotten back to a life of profound poverty.  Read more...

Looking forward to the Messiah - Father George W. Rutler

For quite a while, the Richard III Society was easily passed off as one of those eccentricities like the Flat Earth Society.  Read more...

Lost in Translation - Anthony Esolen

Now that we finally have the Novus Ordo translated into English, it’s time to look at the other mistranslations that plague us Anglophones in the Church.  Read more...

Love is the Builder - Cardinal Donald Wuerl & Mike Aquilina

Centuries ago, even very ordinary believers knew how to "read" a church.  Read more...

Love the Sinner, Not the Sin - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Having reviewed last week the Church's condemnation of the practice of homosexuality, we now turn more specifically to the person. As the moral adage goes, "Condemn the sin, but not the sinner."  Read more...

Maker of Heaven and Earth - Kenneth Baker, S.J.

At the conclusion of the first part of the Creed we profess our belief that God the Father is the “maker of heaven and earth, of all that is seen and unseen”.  Read more...

Making "Sense" Out of Scripture: - EDWARD SRI

Understanding the four senses of Scripture will provide you with an interpretive key for unlocking many spiritual treasures in the Word of God.  Read more...


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