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Enduring Faith Amid Horror: The Priests of Dachau

Enduring Faith Amid Horror: The Priests of Dachau

Charles Lewis

At the Nazi concentration camp Dachau, three barracks out of thirty were occupied by clergy from 193...

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It’s Time to Rehabilitate St. Aloysius

It’s Time to Rehabilitate St. Aloysius

Thomas J. Craughwell

I first encountered the real Aloysius Gonzaga a few years back when I was doing research in the libr...

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Interacting with the Angels

Interacting with the Angels

Father John Horgan

If we were to summarize the activities of the angels in the pages of Scripture, we might say that th...

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Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain, and the mysteries before us all

Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain, and the mysteries be…

Elizabeth Scalia

Suicide has become the tenth most common cause of death in both the United States and ...

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Wiping out the world

Wiping out the world

Father George W. Rutler

Our Lord was probably a teenager when the Roman general Publius Quinctilius Varus impaled himself on...

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Why Are We So Unhappy?

Why Are We So Unhappy?

Regis Nicoll

The recent spate of suicides by the rich and famous is a symptom of our growing sense of gloom...

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C.S. Lewis and the Art of Disagreement

C.S. Lewis and the Art of Disagreement

Michael Ward

C.S. Lewis relished disagreement and debate.

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Dangerous People Are Teaching Your Kids

Dangerous People Are Teaching Your Kids

Jordan Peterson

You may not realize it, but you are currently funding some dangerous people.

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Bare-Knuckle Religion

Bare-Knuckle Religion

Father George W. Rutler

The recent pardon of the late world heavy weight champion Jack Johnson by our president was a gracio...

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The crisis that's ruining our boys

The crisis that's ruining our boys

Barbara Kay

It is difficult to overstate both the positive effects of growing up with a father and the negative ...

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Christian Men, Take The Beating

Christian Men, Take The Beating

Rob Marco

One lesson I have yet to be taught is how to take a beating as all Christian men must learn how to d...

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Facts are shrewd mentors

Facts are shrewd mentors

Father George Rutler

The Internal Revenue Service would not be impressed by someone who paid taxes not in the formal way...

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Of Mice and Men Without Chests

Of Mice and Men Without Chests

Anna GIthens

At first glance one might surmise that the title of this article alludes to the characters in John S...

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Preface: His Angels at Our Side

Preface: His Angels at Our Side

Father John Horgan

One of the most beautiful and comforting elements of Catholic belief is the existence and ministry o...

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Ireland and the end of cultural Catholicism

Ireland and the end of cultural Catholicism

Father Dwight Longenecker

In a global village and a global Church where ethnic identities are dissolving, cultural Catholicism...

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7 Sanctuaries linked by a straight line: The legendary Sword of St. Michael

7 Sanctuaries linked by a straight line: The legen…

Gelsomino Del Guercio

According to legend, the line represents the blow with which St. Michael sent the devil to hell...

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A library reject

A library reject

Father Peter John Cameron, O.P.

My copy of the 1966 book "The Work of John the Baptist", by Jesuit theologian Cardinal Jean Daniélou...

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Grace under pressure

Grace under pressure

George Weigel

A chapter in a remarkable American and Catholic life will close on June 6, when Abbot Thomas Frerkin...

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On Forgetfulness

On Forgetfulness

Father James V. Schall, S.J.

In "The Idler" (September 1, 1759), Samuel Johnson observed: "Men complain of nothing more frequentl...

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Genocides and persecutions

Genocides and persecutions

Father George Rutler

At each Mass in our parish we recite the Prayer to Saint Michael, which was written by Pope Leo XIII...

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