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Pope Francis and Syrian intervention - Sheila Gribbens Liaugminas

This is news. Big, major, inspired, extraordinary breaking news.  Someone tell the media.   Read more...

Pope Francis and the Reform of the Laity - Father Roger Landry

The reform of the Church already evident in the words and witness of Pope Francis may be starting, but it won't be stopping at the revamping of the Vatican Curia and the renewal of the clergy.  Read more...

Pope Francis and the Reform of the Priesthood - Father Roger Landry

Pope Francis knows that every true reform in Church history has begun with a reform of the clergy. And he's already hard at work in seeking to bring it about.  Read more...

Pope reaching out to traditional Catholics - Charles Lewis

Pope Benedict’s decision to bring back to the fold four bishops from a schismatic religious order was an attempt to reach out to a growing element of the Church that longs for a more traditional practice of Catholicism, especially in the heart of worship -- the Mass.  Read more...

Pope's Russia TV triumph - John Pontifex

A broadcast by Pope Benedict XVI on Russian state television has been hailed as a landmark in Orthodox-Catholic relations.  Read more...

Pope’s Lenten Message 2010 - Pope Benedict XVI

"The justice of God has been manifested through faith in Jesus Christ."   Read more...

Possibilities of Action - Romano Guardini

Guardini sees a new age coming in which the fight between Christianity and secularism will be sharpened and in which it will be possible, if we have the nerve for it, to restore man’s dignity and his sense of place.   Read more...

Possible War with Iraq - Fr. William Saunders

I have a question about the possible war with Iraq. Several leaders of our Church have spoken out on this issue, including Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and Bishop Wilton Gregory. What would be the moral teaching of our Church concerning war?  Read more...

Prayer and the Grace of God - Father John A. Hardon, S.J.

The popular understanding of prayer as asking for God's help is correct.  Read more...

Praying the Hail Mary Like Never Before - Edward P. Sri

Catholics sometimes come across slightly defensive, almost embarrassed, about Mary.   Read more...

Praying to Our Advocates in Heaven - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Protestant friends often ask me, "Why do Catholics pray to saints?" While I try to answer as best I can, I would like a thorough answer from you.  Read more...

Pre-Marital Sex - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Recently, I read that a certain Archdiocese is no longer going to ask couples who are cohabitating - living together - to separate. Am I missing something, or has the Church stopped teaching that premarital sex is wrong?  Read more...

Preface from Jesus of Nazareth - Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI

I came to this book about Jesus—the first part of which I now present to the public—after a long interior journey.  Read more...

Preparing for First Penance - Fr. William Saunders

My child is preparing for First Penance. The director of religious education at my parish said that a person only has to go to confession when he has a mortal sin. I know children that have not gone to confession since First Penance. I was taught that a person had to make an “Easter Duty” of going to confession and Holy Communion. What is the straight answer?  Read more...

Preparing for the journey of Lent, 2013 - The Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput

Georges Bernanos deeply loved the Church, but he could also be brutally candid when it came to himself and his fellow believers.   Read more...

Presence of God - Father Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D.

O Jesus, help me to hide from creatures in order to enter into intimacy with You.  Read more...

Problem Christians - Father George W. Rutler

Pliny the Younger, governor of Pontus from 111 to 113, had a problem.  Read more...

Proper Etiquette - Fr. William Saunders

What is the proper etiquette for addressing Church leaders?   Read more...

Prudence - Donald DeMarco

Pope Pius XII acted against the Nazis, but he did so prudently. Prudence is a virtue closely allied with wisdom. It is usually best appreciated in its results rather than in its execution.  Read more...

Prudence: Mother of All Virtues - 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...

Psychics and Witches - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

Recently, I have been seeing more ads on television about psychic counselors. Also, there is a TV show about Sabrina, the teenage witch. How should we as Christians be relating to these issues?  Read more...

Purgatory and Prayer for the Dead - Fr. Leonard M. Puech, O.F.M.

After the feast of All Saints comes All Souls, when the Church invites us to pray for the faithful departed, that, released from Purgatory and fully purified, they may be admitted to the eternal bliss of heaven. Because the existence of Purgatory and the prayers for the dead are rejected by Protestants, it may be useful to explain why we hold both as Catholics.  Read more...

Purgatory: 'Cleansing the Lens' - FR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS

I have been asked what is the basis for my belief in Purgatory since it is not specifically mentioned in the Bible.  Read more...

Queen Elizabeth II - Father George William Rutler

In an age of short attention spans, celebrities fade quickly.   Read more...

Raised from the dead - Father Raymond J. de Souza

This year, just in time for today’s feast of St. Jean Baptiste, there is a renewed religious spirit here in Quebec.   Read more...


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