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Is It Possible to Argue and Remain Friends?

Last edited 18th April 2016

Based on a recent article I wrote for Catholic Exchange, I was invited to briefly discuss how to argue (perhaps heatedly) with someone, even someone close, without severing the entire friendship.


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A Message from the Pope’s Field Hospital

Last edited 18th April 2016

Non-Catholics may be wondering why Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia” or “The Joy of Love,” has Catholics in an uproar. Has the Pope changed Catholic doctrine? Has he left the doctrine officially intact, but changed pastoral practice so much that the doctrine is annulled?


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Two Years After Boko Haram's Schoolgirl Kidnappings, Has Anything Changed?

Last edited 15th April 2016

Two years ago, radical Islamists with the militant group Boko Haram stormed a school in Chibok, Nigeria, kidnapping 276 teen girls. The event initially sparked global outrage, with high-profile personalities taking pictures on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag, #BringBackOurGirls.


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New $5 Note is a Reminder that Beauty Goes Beyond Aesthetics

Last edited 14th April 2016

Connor, 14, will never see the new note, but to him – and 357,000 Australians, it truly is a thing of beauty.


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A Spiritual Formation Plan for Every Student

Last edited 13th April 2016

To spiritually form our students without resorting to guilt or shame requires a move away from behavior modification. Behavior shouldn’t be the benchmark for faith. A potential liability of behavior modification is that our students are spiritual babies. For example, when our students aren’t sleeping around and we hold up abstinence as Christian value, we give them a false sense of maturity.


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Pope Francis May Visit Greece in Show of Support for Migrants

Last edited 5th April 2016

Discussions are underway about a possible trip by Pope Francis to Greece as early as next week as the country begins deporting migrants back to Turkey.


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The Global Legacy of Mother Angelica

Last edited 5th April 2016

Mother Angelica founded a monastery in the deep South decades ago out of great concern and reparation for the injustices carried out there through slavery, then segregation, discrimination and racial inequality, all of which she followed intently from her home in Ohio.


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Holy Week brings Church into Focus for Photographers

Last edited 5th April 2016

What began as a busy Holy Week in the lives of Catholic Weekly photographers Giovanni Portelli and Patrick J Lee became something of a spiritual pilgrimage as friends, family and readers followed every prayerful or chaotic moment on social media.


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A Persecuted Nigerian Boy's Recovery from Starving to Chubby

Last edited 30th March 2016

When the image of a skeletal little Nigerian boy - who was accused of being a witch - emerged earlier this year the world mobilised to help him.


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Vatican Spokesman Recalls Joy of Meeting Mother Angelica

Last edited 29th March 2016

After hearing of the death of Mother Angelica on Easter Sunday, Fr. Federico Lombardi, the Vatican's spokesman, recalled the joy of being able to meet the nun several years ago in Birmingham, Alabama.


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