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Science Sees What Mary Saw From Juan Diego’s Tilma - Zenit

Digital technology is giving new leads for understanding a phenomenon that continues to puzzle science: the mysterious eyes of the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.  Email This Article

Scientists: Relic authenticates Shroud of Turin - Mary Jo Anderson

Scientists and forensic specialists gathered in Oviedo, Spain, this week to examine an obscure relic that many have claimed authenticates the Shroud of Turin - believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ.  Email This Article

Scripture and Our Children The ABC's of Raising Saints - MARY ANN BUDNIK

Stimulated by Scripture, striving for holiness will seem very natural, especially when our children see our example of applying Scripture to our own daily lives.  Email This Article

Seeing the Big Picture in Scripture - Tim Gray

The Bible is more a library than a book. It contains a diverse collection of writings that span a wide spectrum of time (more than 1,000 years), dozens of different authors, and several languages (Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek). The many books range in genre from historical to legal to cultic to poetic to prophetic to personal letters to apocalyptic. No other book contains so many different stories, characters, and genres. How, then, does one get a handle on such a complex and sophisticated library?  Email This Article

Self-Donation - John F. Crosby

Personalist philosophy can go astray in different ways; in the contemporary world it commonly goes astray by becoming too individualistic. This happens when I think of persons too much in terms of the rights with which each person is armed, and when I think of others mainly as potential intruders into my sphere of rights. This individualism is extremely widespread and affects all of us far more than we realize.  Email This Article

Self-Love and the Sin of Avarice - PETER A. KWASNIEWSKI

If you remember being taught in grammar school that pride is the root of all sins, or if you are fortunate enough to have studied St. Thomas Aquinas who shows why sins concerning material things are intrinsically less grave, less corruptive, than spiritual sins like envy and sloth, you may want to pull back the reins and exclaim “Why does St. Paul go so far as to say that avarice or love of money is the root of all evil?”  Email This Article

Short Meditations on the Stations of the Cross - John Henry Cardinal Newman

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Solesmes Monks Coming to Tulsa - RUSSELL HITTINGER

The establishment of a new Benedictine monastery at Clear Creek, Oklahoma is the occasion for this account of the recent history of monasticism in Europe and the remarkable story behind the new foundation.  Email This Article

Solidarity - John F. Crosby

"Solidarity" was not only the name of the famous Polish labor union which, inspired by the person and teaching of Pope John Paul II, precipitated the non-violent collapse of Communism in Poland and throughout Eastern Europe. Solidarity is also a term that expresses one of the great themes of Pope John Paul's Christian personalism.  Email This Article

Solitary Sex - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, What is the Catholic Church's teaching on masturbation? Is it viewed as a mortal sin or as a venial sin? Could it prevent us from getting into heaven?  Email This Article

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