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Pope Answers Seminarians - Pope Benedict XVI

Here is the Vatican translation of the answers Benedict XVI gave to questions posed by seminarians of the Roman Major Seminary, during the Popes visit there Feb. 17.  Email This Article

Pope Benedict's 2008 Message for Lent - Pope Benedict XVI

Each year, Lent offers us a providential opportunity to deepen the meaning and value of our Christian lives, and it stimulates us to rediscover the mercy of God so that we, in turn, become more merciful toward our brothers and sisters.  Email This Article

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.  Email This Article

Protestantism - Fr. John Hardon, S.J.

There is a legitimate sense in which Protestantism refers to all Christian movements, other than the Roman Catholic Church, that share the heritage of Western Christianity.  Email This Article

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.  Email This Article

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.  Email This Article

Real Americans - Mark Brumley

What impact will Catholicism have on America? These "American" Saints present a model for bringing holiness to American culture.  Email This Article

Recent Martyrs of India - Robert Royal

Pope John Paul II visited New Delhi in November 1999 to promulgate a special document, Ecclesia in Asia (“The Church in Asia”), which lays out a vision of that continent and the Church’s future there for the new millennium.  Email This Article

Religion big part of all sports for many athletes, including gymnasts - Brent Miller

Religion. The mere utterance of the word sparks controversy. However, religion is a big part of some people's lives.  Email This Article

Religious Diversity Deserves a Place in the Public Square - JOHN LEO

The traditional ACLU belief system—that the no-establishment clause must be read as a mandate to cleanse the public square of religion is based mostly on the notion that religion is divisive and toxic, something that lawyers and enlightened judges must work to protect the people from. This belief system has been dominant in the courts for 40 years, though its support among the populace has always been minimal.  Email This Article

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