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Father John, DC Evangelist - Terry Mattingly

In a matter of days, Father C. John McCloskey III will quietly perform rites in which two more converts enter the Roman Catholic Church.  Read more...

Father Pro: A Mexican Hero - Robert Royal

Miguel Pro and the other Mexican martyrs provided millions of people with inspiration to resist the most anti-Catholic government ever seen in the Americas.   Read more...

Father Richard John Neuhaus - Father Raymond J. de Souza

The National Post is conducting a search to find Canada's most important "public intellectual." In today's installment, Father Raymond J. de Souza profiles Christian intellectual Father Richard John Neuhaus.   Read more...

Father Schall in play - David Warren

We would not have another day pass without acknowledging the retirement of Father James V. Schall from Georgetown University in the District of Columbia, to a Jesuit community in Los Gatos, California.  Read more...

Father Solanus Casey and his 'favors' - Vivian M. Baulch

When Father Solanus Casey died in Detroit in 1957, all he left after 86 years on this earth were a small crucifix, an old pair of sandals, several religious pictures, a wooden statue of St. Anthony, some dog-eared religious books, a knot of heavily darned socks and a framed, 40-year-old picture of his family.  Read more...

Fidelity - Donald DeMarco

The son of Lithuanian immigrants, Edward Krauciunas grew up in the Back of the Yards section of Chicago, which was well known for it knockdown-dragout toughness.  Read more...

Finding Joy in the Darkest Night - David Scott

We always saw her smiling, but we never knew how much we didn't know about Mother Teresa.  Read more...

Fine wit in the service of plain hatred - Father Raymond J. de Souza

Christopher Hitchens was disinclined to show mercy to others, let alone ask for it. Yet the hope remains that he knows it now.  Read more...

Flock feeling his "charisma of sincerity' - Peggy Noonan

It was beautiful. If you didn't get choked up, you weren't alive.   Read more...

Flying Father in coma after collapse in hockey game - Francine Dubé

He turned his back on professional hockey to follow in the footsteps of the patron saint of the poor and in doing so, Father Les Costello became the kind of man an entire city prays for.  Read more...

For Catholics, a year of perseverance - Conrad Black

The year now ending has been one of immense alarm followed by serenity's sudden rushes to the head.   Read more...

For Sale - Ralph McInerny

Some of our residences will have left little mark on our memory, but a few, perhaps only one, will seem the very habitat of our heart.  Read more...

Forbearance - Donald DeMarco

Shortly after the third birthday of her firstborn, Mabel and her two boys left South Africa for England. Her husband, who was unable to vacate his banking post at the time, was to join her as soon as the opportunity arose. The opportunity never did arise. While still confined to South Africa and 5,000 miles away from his family, he died as a result of a severe hemorrhage.  Read more...

Forbearance - Donald DeMarco

Shortly after the third birthday of her first born, Mabel and her two boys left South Africa for England.   Read more...

Forgiving the Unforgivable - Mike Carey

Mike and Kathie Clarey suffered the worst trauma any parent can endure. Their beloved 11-year-old daughter was brutally murdered. In the days that followed, the Clareys were numb with grief. Yet in the midst of their pain, they experienced God's amazing grace. And while the suffering didn't go away, it became a source of deep peace as Our Lord brought good out of evil.  Read more...

Fortitude - Donald DeMarco

Fortitude is an engaging virtue. And when it shines from a stage, and comes directly from the heart, unrehearsed, it can prove overpowering. "No, don't go," the audience chanted. "Talk to us! Talk to us!"  Read more...

Fr. Michel-Marie, a Cassock in Deep Marseille - Sandro Magister

The life, works, and miracles of a priest in a city of France. Who has made the faith blossom again where it had withered.  Read more...

Fr. Popielusko and Communist Poland - Robert Royal

As early as 1966, something unprecedented in Communist-dominated countries had occurred. There was a powerful element of independent civil society in Poland linked directly with the Church.  Read more...

Fr. Schall: Looking Back, Looking Ahead - Hadley Arkes

In the early 1980s, I was on an extended leave from Amherst, visiting at Georgetown. One unanticipated gift of that stay was a new colleague who would be an enduring blessing, James Schall.   Read more...

Fr. Thomas Cook - Molly McQueen

Fr. Thomas Cook of the Diocese of Winona, MN, got an early start discerning his vocation.  Read more...

Franz Jagerstatter - Rev. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.

Pope Benedict recently authorized the promulgation of two new saints and 320 new blessed.  Read more...

From Canada, a hardcourt role model - National Post

In an era in which basketball is increasingly about the individual — witness the basketball world’s obsession with phenom LeBron James, or the exploits of Kobe Bryant — Steve Nash is a rare reminder of the value of teamwork.  Read more...

From high society to a higher calling - Adair Lara

The San Francisco socialite had it all — 10 children, friends, wealth — but she traded it in for life in a convent. Fifteen years later, Ann Miller remains steadfast in her vows of seclusion, poverty, chastity and obedience.   Read more...

Fulton J. Sheen, Catholic Champion - Thomas C. Reeves

In preparing America's Bishop: The Life and Times of Fulton J. Sheen I discovered a brilliant, charismatic, and holy man who has been underestimated by historians, largely overlooked by the contemporary mass media, and forgotten by too many Catholics. Indeed, I came to the conclusion that Fulton J. Sheen was the most important Catholic of twentieth century America.  Read more...

G.E.M. Anscombe - Rev. George W. Rutler

A bishop and a professor told me that in separate audiences, the first thing John Paul II said when they mentioned Oxford was: "Do you know Professor Anscombe?"  Read more...


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