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Teresa of Kolkata: A radical humanitarian
By Tina McCormick, PhD
Mother Teresa, the most recent Catholic saint, is, indeed, a saint for all. Catholic, or not, people around the world know Mother Teresa of...
The deep, winding roots of American Catholicism now on display at Knights of Columbus museum
By Charles Mercier
Sébastien Racle, Sebastian Rale in America, a Jesuit missionary priest from the French-Swiss border, brought into the field with him as...
Some Catholic pundits say pro-life voting is problematic, but give abortion advocates a pass
By Alejandro Bermúdez
As it usually is in election years, abortion is now very much a political issue in 2016, and Catholics are playing a key role in how it is...
World Youth Day 25 years later: mercy is still indispensable for all of us
By Maureen Ferguson
Excitement is building in Poland as millions of young people from over 180 countries descend upon Krakow for the celebration of World Youth Day...
The ugly reality of Islamophobia (and how Catholics should stand up against it)
By Jason L. Miller
As a Catholic, I’ve found the recent headlines about our Muslim brothers and sisters in the United States to be quite troubling. People are being...
'Witness to Freedom' campaign: the bishops' wake-up call for Americans
By Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie
Catholic dioceses across the United States have begun their yearly “Fortnight for Freedom” event. Through special masses, ads, and rallies the...
Pondering a merciful God who seeks the worn and the weakest
By Fr. D.A. Suglia
I am not often drawn to an image as I once was while studying in the Seminary for the priesthood. It was a simple picture of a Catholic U.S. Navy...
LOADED: Money and the Spirituality of Enough
By Heather King
“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and decay destroy, and thieves break in and steal. But store up treasures in...
Tellin' it like it is ... but no one is listening
By Joey Orrino
“Uncharitable.” “Crude.” “Hyperbolic.” “Jerk.” “Condescending.” “Sarcastic.” “I don’t like his tone…” “I don’t usually post his stuff…” “It’s...
Ecclesial communities with a disgraced founder may learn from the Legionaries’ experience of restoration
By Jean Boudet
The burgeoning of new religious movements in the Church of our moment once seemed an unambiguous outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Ambiguity has...
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