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Pope Benedict: A servant and teacher
By Jim Towey
The news of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation struck with the suddenness of grace.Usually, a changing of the guard at the Vatican is preceded...
Pot Robertson and the war on drugs
By Christopher Stefanick
By Christopher Stefanick Forgive the title. I couldn’t resist. I do respect Pat Robertson for the good things he’s done, but as a lifelong youth...
Electronics, Imagination, and Advent Beauty
By Sr. Joan L. Roccasalvo, C.S.J.
One cannot travel by public transportation without noticing that most adults and children are engrossed in their electronic devices, which have...
Pope Benedict XVI invites us to deepen and live our Catholic faith
By Bishop Samuel J. Aquila
World Youth Day 2011 is now finished and the Diocese of Fargo was blessed to have two groups go — a diocesan group and a group from Holy Spirit...
Tolerance: The Trojan Horse of Secular Liberalism
By Bishop Arthur Serratelli
In today’s society, the principle of tolerance has become the clarion call for people of diverse views, moral convictions and religious beliefs to...
Ann Hanincik: The Importance of Marriage Preparation
By Anthony Buono
Anthony interviews Ann Hanincik about the different aspects of marriage preparation.
Eight Responses to the Pro-Choice Mindset
By Jennifer Fulwiler
I once said that I'd die to keep abortion legal and easily accessible, and I meant it. I was vehemently pro-choice, as were most of the women in...
Sacred Art Institute…NOW!
Last year, Vatican art restorers were surprised to find new art treasures underneath the soot and grime from centuries of candle wax. As it turns...
Going "green" the microparish way!
Call me old fashioned or even nostalgic but the Catholic Church has been going environmentally “green” for centuries. They are called “parishes.”...
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