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Armed With the Faith in Ukraine

Armed With the Faith in Ukraine

John Burger

Knights on the front lines offer their service—and their lives—to defend the country they love...

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Do not be frightened

Do not be frightened

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

The thoughts of Jesus are not our thoughts and his ways are not our ways.

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In Kamloops, Not One Body Has Been Found

In Kamloops, Not One Body Has Been Found

Professor Jacques Rouillard

After seven months of recrimination and denunciation, where are the remains of the children buried a...

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Art Essay of the Month: Pietà (1497–1499) by Michelangelo (1475–1564)

Art Essay of the Month: Pietà (1497–1499) by Miche…

Amy Giuliano

When twenty-three year old Michelangelo Buonarroti arrived in Rome to complete his very first public...

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4 Ways to Grow the Church

4 Ways to Grow the Church

Bishop Robert Barron

Last week, I met with the deans of our diocese to discuss a number of issues, the most prominent of ...

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In Memoriam: Ian Ker (1942-2022)

In Memoriam: Ian Ker (1942-2022)

Edward Short

The great biographer of Newman, a convert from Anglicanism, always inspired fondness in those who re...

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We've Got Issues—and They're Cosmic

We've Got Issues—and They're Cosmic

Robert Royal

I've been re-reading St. Augustine's City of God lately, both for the TCT course I'm teaching this F...

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Must I Forgive and Forget?

Must I Forgive and Forget?

Tim Staples

Does God require us to forgive those who grievously wrong us, even when they are not sorry? And then...

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First and Second Things

First and Second Things

C.S. Lewis

Until quite modern times—I think, until the time of the Romantics—nobody ever suggested that literat...

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To Attain Perfection We Must Patiently Endure Our Imperfection

To Attain Perfection We Must Patiently Endure Our …

Saint Francis de Sales

We must have our mind settled on two points: one, to expect the growth of weeds in our garden; the o...

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"Christianity, if false, is of no importance and, if true, is of infinite importance. The one thing it cannot be is moderately important." - C.S. Lewis