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American and Catholic - George Weigel

Michael Novak's achievement.  Read more...

American Idol: 9th Child of 12, Daughter of Pro-Life Blogger Advances - LifeSiteNews

Maddy Curtis of Bluemont, Virginia, the 16-year-old daughter of an award-winning pro-life blogger, impressed American Idol judges on the show this week, who unanimously advanced her to the next round.  Read more...

America’s Roman college at 150 - George Weigel

The Pontifical North American College, in its sesquicentennial year, is one of the finest houses of priestly formation in the world.   Read more...

Amish faith shines, even in tragic darkness - Rod Dreher

Is there any place on earth that more bespeaks peace, restfulness and sanctuary from the demons of modern life than a one-room Amish schoolhouse?  Read more...

An Apparition of Reconciliation and Hope - Carl A. Anderson & Msgr. Eduardo Chávez Sánchez

Nearly a decade after Spain's conquest of Mexico, the future of Christianity on the American continent was very much in doubt. Confronted with a hostile colonial government and Native Americans wary of conversion, the newly-appointed bishop-elect of Mexico wrote to tell the King of Spain that, unless there was a miracle, the continent would be lost. Between December 9 and December 12, 1531, that miracle happened, and it forever changed the future of the continent.  Read more...

An Education in Love - Brad Miner

Earlier this year, the American Secretary of State visited Latin America. At the basilica in Mexico City she was shown the image of Mary, Our Lady of Guadalupe, miraculously imprinted on the tilma (cloak) of a Chichimeca tribesman in 1531.   Read more...

An extraordinary life - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Forty years ago today governor-general Georges Vanier died peacefully at Rideau Hall.  Read more...

And What's More . . . - Christopher Kaczor

Ralph McInerny died one year ago. The breadth and brilliance of his legacy still astound.  Read more...

Another 'champion of abortion' becomes defender of life: the story of Stojan Adasevic - Catholic World News

The Spanish daily La Razon has published an article on the pro-life conversion of a former "champion of abortion."  Read more...

Another kind of Turin excellence - Rev. Raymond J. de Souza

The blend of youth, athleticism, excellence and Turin fuelled the remarkable life Pier Giorgio Frassati. He died in 1925, but would have been right at home with today's Olympians in the streets of his hometown and in the mountains which he loved.  Read more...

Anti-abortion minister urges action by African Americans - Gerald Korson

After having served 18 days in prison, the Rev. Walter Hoye is a free man and will remain so -- as long as he doesn't come within eight feet of anyone who is about to enter an Oakland abortion clinic.   Read more...

Applying lessons learned from Mother Teresa - Maryangela Layman Román

While his resume includes nearly four and a half years at the White House as head of the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, Jim Towey points to his work and friendship with a tiny nun from Calcutta as the most significant period of his life.   Read more...

Archbishop Romero and Latin American Martyrs - Robert Royal

On Monday, March 24, 1980, at 6:25 p.m. in the chapel of the Divina Providencia Cancer Hospital, where he lived in a small house, Oscar Arnulfo Romero, archbishop of San Salvador, the capital of the Central American nation El Salvador, was killed during his homily by a gunman who fired one, well-placed bullet through his heart.  Read more...

As Irish as a song - Marjorie Doyle

My name is Doyle. I hang off a tree with Devines, Foleys, Coffeys, Sullivans. I can sing and play 132 Irish songs. You might think me Irish.  Read more...

As We Forgive - Charles Colson

"Can a country known for radical brutality become a country known for an even more radical forgiveness?"   Read more...

Austrian Farmer Franz Jagerstatter - Robert Royal

A Father Jochmann was the prison chaplain in Berlin and spent some time with Jägerstätter that day.   Read more...

Ave Maria founder Tom Monaghan is a man of faith, plans and action - Marci Elliott

All he wanted to do was work hard to make something of himself. And someday, maybe, to provide for a wife and family. And be an architect.  Read more...

Avery Cardinal Dulles - Joseph Bottum

Avery Cardinal Dulles was one of the greatest thinkers in the modern Roman Catholic church and perhaps its most distinguished representative in the United States.  Read more...

Avery Cardinal Dulles - Father George Rutler

Mies van der Rohe's dictum that "God is in the details" fit the moral architecture of Avery Dulles.   Read more...

Babe Ruth's last message: The kids can't take it If we don't give it! - Babe Ruth

As far as I'm concerned, and I think as far as most kids go, once religion sinks in, it stays there—deep down.   Read more...

Be a Saint, Not a Scrooge - Peggy Noonan

Pope Francis's challenge is important, whatever your interpretation of his economic views.  Read more...

Behold Your Mother - George Rutler

I once listened to a conversation between Mother Teresa and my mother at a meeting in the Bronx. They were like two neighbors chatting over a backyard fence.  Read more...

Benedict and Francis: A Lesson in Apostolic Continuity - William L. Patenaude

The differences between the two men give witness to the different gifts of the same Holy Spirit.  Read more...

Benedict as Teacher: The Cooperator of Truth - Father Raymond J. de Souza

After the election of Benedict XVI in 2005, one cardinal remarked that if the only consequence of Joseph Ratzinger's election was that people would now read his books, it would be a success.  Read more...

Benedict honours predecessor’s homeland - Rev. Raymond J. de Souza

Pope Benedict XVI’s trip to Poland is making clear he understands his mission as he expressed it in the first public words after his election, spoken from the balcony of St. Peter’s: “After the great John Paul …” He is content to be the one who comes after, and what is “after” is always to be understood in relation to what came before.  Read more...


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