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How despots exploit Vatican foreign policy

How despots exploit Vatican foreign policy

Father Raymond J. de Souza

The Holy See is doing little to challenge authoritarian regimes.

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Charity, Clarity, and Their Opposite

Charity, Clarity, and Their Opposite

Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

Confusion is bad. It's bad for the individual soul, and it's bad for the health of a society. ...

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10 Reasons Why Catholics Don’t Evangelize

10 Reasons Why Catholics Don’t Evangelize

Father Dwight Longenecker

Preach the gospel at all times. The use of words is necessary.

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Lent Is Not Simply About Self-Improvement

Lent Is Not Simply About Self-Improvement

Father Anthony Gerber

When you die and come before God for your judgment, these are the words with which the devil will ac...

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Here's what you need to know about Ash Wednesday

Here's what you need to know about Ash Wednesday

Philip Kosloski

A simple guide to the solemn day that marks the beginning of Lent.

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The Gospel for the First Sunday of Lent (Mark 1:12-15)

The Gospel for the First Sunday of Lent (Mark 1:12…

Magnificat

The Spirit drove Jesus out into the desert (1:12).

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Doing the Will of God

Doing the Will of God

Servant of God Madeleine Delbrel

Not only sharing the resources that he has, whether material or spiritual, but giving the one thing ...

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It is finished!

It is finished!

Father George Rutler

Artists rarely think that they have completed a work.

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10 Ways to Grow in Prayer

10 Ways to Grow in Prayer

Father Ed Broom, OMV

Prayer is the key to salvation.

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Why the pro-life movement will live long, and prosper

Why the pro-life movement will live long, and pros…

Mary Eberstadt

We're asked today to reflect on the future of the pro-life movement in an increasingly secular age...

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Modesty and Charity

Modesty and Charity

Anthony Esolen

Do not lay a snare in your neighbor's path.

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Loving our nothingness

Loving our nothingness

Father Peter John Cameron, O.P.

Whenever I give a talk about loving our nothingness, someone always reacts adversely. They take it a...

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We Must Deny Ourselves

We Must Deny Ourselves

Father Leonce de Grandmaison, S.J.

Mortification is directed at the correction of two contrary faults which often coexist within us in ...

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Millennials

Millennials

Father George Rutler

As a demographic cohort, "Millennials" are the last generation to have been born in the twentieth ce...

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Vaclav Havel's politics of encounter

Vaclav Havel's politics of encounter

Emina Melonic

It has become fashionable to give name to the cultural age in which we currently find ourselves...

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The Least of These

The Least of These

Anthony Esolen

Some years ago, when I was in the midst of an intellectual and spiritual abyss, I was visiting the f...

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The China Syndrome

The China Syndrome

Robert Royal

In several decades of living in Washington, D.C., I've met my share of scamps and scalawags, fabulis...

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After Great Pain, Where Is God?

After Great Pain, Where Is God?

Peter Wehner

These days I find I'm more alert to the grief and sorrow around me than I once was.

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What have I learned in a community college?

What have I learned in a community college?

Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas

A Latin proverb informs us: "Discimus docendo" (We learn by teaching). What have I learned thes...

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Fix Yourself

Fix Yourself

Jordan Peterson

Blaming others for your problems is a complete waste of time. 

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