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Catholics and the Campus Cry-Bully Crisis

Last edited 20th April 2016

The U.S. Bishops’ 2004 “Catholics in Political Life” put it this way: “Catholic institutions should not honor those who act in defiance of our fundamental moral principles. They should not be given awards, honors or platforms that would suggest support for their actions.” There is a vast difference, for instance, between having Bill Clinton speak in a classroom or at a forum on modern politics and making him the guy who sums up your graduates’ education for them and sends them on their way.

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From Atheist Profession to Catholic: An Interview with Dr Holly Ordway

Last edited 14th April 2016

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Cardinal Burke: 'Amoris Laetitia does not change Church teaching'

Last edited 12th April 2016

Francis 'is not looking to impose his point of view', says American cardinal in reflection on apostolic exhortation.


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6 Things about the Image of Mary and Eve

Last edited 6th April 2016

The image we are reflecting on today is titled Mary and Eve. It is a crayon & pencil drawing created by Sr. Grace Remington, OCSO, of the Cistercian Sisters of the Mississippi Abbey. The image is featured on a greeting card and is available to purchase. The Sisters' main means of support is the production and sale of Trappistine Creamy Caramels and we encourage you to visit their website. (Link:


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A Letter to God from a Dying Priest

Last edited 31st March 2016

Jose Luis Martín Descalzo is a priest, a journalist, and a Spanish writer from a profoundly Christian family in which he was the youngest of four siblings. He completed degrees in History and Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He was ordained a priest in 1953. He worked as a professor and director of a chamber theater company. During the Second Vatican Council he was a press correspondent. As a journalist he directed various magazines and a television program. He wrote a number of literary works, the most well known are: "Life and Mystery of Jesus of Nazareth", "Reasons to Live", "Reasons for Hope", "Reasons for Joy", "Reasons for Love", and "Reasons from Beyond", which compile many articles that are based on real events and daily life.


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The Humor of Salvation

Last edited 30th March 2016

The Catholic Church is criticized for sneaking an attitude of “merit” into her followers. We believe (so we are informed) that we can “gain” Heaven by some weight of action. The critique is best expressed as a sneer: “What, you confess your sins to the priest and, voila, you’re forgiven your murder, theft, child-molestation? Hike a trail, kiss the knee-bone of a Saint, and the grace of God floods into your heart?”


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Mass for You at Home

Last edited 29th March 2016

Going to Mass is an essential pillar of our faith. After all, it’s the command of God. The Third Commandment reads: “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day” (Exodus 20:8).But when someone is ill, frail, elderly or isolated by circumstance or distance, or simply based in a remote parish where the priest can only visit once every couple of months, there are some alternative ways to listen to and watch daily Mass.


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How to Prove Jesus Christ Rose from the Dead

Last edited 29th March 2016

Christianity is the world’s largest religion. It has around 2.2 billion followers, a distinguished history of at least two-thousand years, and has arguably had a greater influence on our world today than any other religion, theory, or movement. Yet, this powerhouse is based on one innocuous fact.

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Catholic Bytes Launches new Content for Understanding the Jubilee of Mercy

Last edited 28th March 2016

Catholic Bytes is a podcast dedicated to faith-based topics, their latest endeavor offers pilgrims traveling to Rome the opportunity to develop a deeper connection to the Church.


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A 7 Step Survival Guide for Returning to Confession

Last edited 23rd March 2016

If you're thinking of going to Confession, but it has been a while, this post is for you. Going to Confession is never pleasant or enjoyable, but it is always worth it.


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