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A century after the Armistice

A century after the Armistice

George Weigel

I’m just old enough to remember when my elders still called November 11 "Armistice Day:" the armisti...

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The Companionship the Twelve Met

The Companionship the Twelve Met

Monsignor Luigi Giussani

Christ takes hold of the man in baptism; he makes him grow and become an adult.

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An eternal divorce from sin

An eternal divorce from sin

Saint Claude de la Colombiere, S.J.

After one truly has died to sin, a kind of wonder is needed in order to make sin come back to life i...

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Pope Saint Clement of Rome

Pope Saint Clement of Rome

Father George W. Rutler

On the day after Thanksgiving, the Church rejoices in the intercessions of Pope Saint Clement of Rom...

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Let's Begin at the Beginning . . .

Let's Begin at the Beginning . . .

Mary Eberstadt

Let's start with a couple of questions that are bound to be on the minds of people outside church ci...

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If Sex Isn't Fixed, Why is Age?

If Sex Isn't Fixed, Why is Age?

Dennis Prager

If feelings determine sex, why don't feelings determine age?

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The Unlikely Friendship That Dismantled Communism

The Unlikely Friendship That Dismantled Communism

Paul Kengor

The following is excerpted from Paul Kengor's excellent book, "A Pope and a President: John Paul II...

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The Great War's Great Failure

The Great War's Great Failure

Father Raymond J. de Souza

Monday November 11, 2018 marked 100 years since the guns fell silent to stop the catastrophe of mud ...

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Stephen Hawking: Great scientist, lousy theologian

Stephen Hawking: Great scientist, lousy theologian

Bishop Robert Barron

Stephen Hawking was a great theoretical physicist and cosmologist, perhaps the most important since ...

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The art of taking offence

The art of taking offence

Roger Scruton

I was brought up to believe that you should never give offence if you can avoid it; the new culture ...

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