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"Did You Ever Think You’d Known a Saint?"

There, in the D.C. business district packed with lawyers and lobbyists, Father Arne Panula presided with infectious elan over the blandly named Catholic Information Center — a social, spiritual, and intellectual powerhouse like no other.

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Barbarian Hopes

The film "Cabaret" is better known these days than the novel "The Berlin Stories" on which its screenplay is based. 

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Measure, Weight, and Number

When I tell people that my first love was not poetry but mathematics, they usually knit their brows and wonder what brought about that leap across a chasm. 

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G. K. Chesterton

G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936), English writer, lay theologian, poet, and philosopher, converted to Catholicism in 1922 and became one of its greatest contemporary apologists.

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Ratzinger Rising

When Joseph Ratzinger resigned as Pope Benedict XVI, some of his opponents predicted, unkindly, that his abdication would be the only thing remembered about his life and pontificate. 

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