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Out of the Closet and into Chastity

My pilgrimage from being a homosexual-rights activist to living life as a chaste Catholic began in earnest when I read the writings of a modern-day Protestant martyr, Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

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Wiping out the world

Our Lord was probably a teenager when the Roman general Publius Quinctilius Varus impaled himself on his own sword in despair for having lost three legions in combat with Germanic tribesmen.

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Genocides and persecutions

At each Mass in our parish we recite the Prayer to Saint Michael, which was written by Pope Leo XIII in 1886 when the temporal sovereignty of the Holy See was under attack.

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Popping A Cork For Abortion?

Convivium Editor-in-Chief Father Raymond de Souza asks how aborting babies has gone from being a rare individual choice to international cause for breaking out the bubbly.

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Two ways of life

In the aftermath of the Second World War, an Oxford-based scientist wrote a short and moving book examining the truths of the Christian faith in a "scientific way."

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