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Benedict XVI at 90: A rare glimpse into his joy-filled life

Benedict XVI at 90: A rare glimpse into his joy-fi…

Catholic News Agency

 An interview with Archbishop Gänswein, who has been Benedict's personal secretary since 2003...

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Shepherding to the border of time and eternity

Shepherding to the border of time and eternity

Father George Rutler

In these fifty days of Easter, there are natural echoes of rebirth: the skyscrapers rising daily wit...

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Time To End The Weekend

Time To End The Weekend

Father Raymond J. de Souza

Did you have a good Easter weekend? If so, it wasn't Christian.

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A message to those who kill us

A message to those who kill us

Fr. Boules George

Palm Sunday 2017, two bombs exploded in Egypt, one inside St. George's Church in Tanta, and one just...

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50 Catholic Converts

50 Catholic Converts

Matthew E. Bunson

The Church around the world welcomes thousands of new Catholics at the Easter vigil.

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"It Is Consummated": The "Mad Eros" of the Cross

"It Is Consummated": The "Mad Eros…

Elizabeth Scalia

Every covenant between God and humanity has been a blood covenant, and that has relevance to us, tod...

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Proud to be slain

Proud to be slain

Father Raymond J. de Souza

It is an awful thing — a blasphemous thing, a sacrilegious thing — to massacre people at prayer, as ...

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Nurturing children: Why "early learning" doesn’t help

Nurturing children: Why "early learning"…

Andrea Mrozek

Socialization in childrearing means rendering children fit for society so that children can grow and...

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Psalm 24 and the drama of free will

Psalm 24 and the drama of free will

Father George Rutler

The first Psalm engraved in my memory was the 24th, which as a child I found especially cheerful...

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Is Anyone Catholic Anymore?

Is Anyone Catholic Anymore?

James Kalb

God is the Most Real Being, so our religion is about what we accept as most real.  

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How the West Really Lost God - chapter 2

How the West Really Lost God - chapter 2

Mary Eberstadt

"How the West Really Lost God" is clear as a bell, beautifully plotted, and the point it makes not o...

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The wounds of Jesus play a crucial role

The wounds of Jesus play a crucial role

Father Peter John Cameron, O.P.

Both before and after the death of the Lord, the wounds of Jesus play a crucial role in our salvatio...

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Why Do We Cover Crucifixes and Statues During Lent?

Why Do We Cover Crucifixes and Statues During Lent…

Philip Kosloski

Veils over sacred images keep our minds on the promise of Easter.

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Brooklyn (2015)

Brooklyn (2015)

Steven Greydanus

Brooklyn isn't just one of the best films of 2015, it’s also in a way the antidote to all the r...

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Hell's Kitchen and St. Michael's

Hell's Kitchen and St. Michael's

Father George Rutler

When the original and lamented Pennsylvania Station designed by McKim, Mead & White was under constr...

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One of the Twelve

One of the Twelve

Father Paul Scalia

Today, we remember Palm Sunday, Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem, that brief moment before he ...

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Why the Flat Earth Society Matters

Why the Flat Earth Society Matters

Matt Archbold

I cheer the non-experts.

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Home Video Picks & Passes

Home Video Picks & Passes

Steven Greydanus

Tired of mindless entertainment as usual? Two of the best antidotes imaginable are new on home video...

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The Most Difficult Penance I've Ever Been Given

The Most Difficult Penance I've Ever Been Given

Rebecca Frech

"Sacred Scripture and the Church's traditional practice see in large families a sign of God's blessi...

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Our Unwearying Love Dialogue

Our Unwearying Love Dialogue

Ronda Chervin

If even a human lover knows how much love requires expression in words, how much more God knows this...

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