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What  light can we gather from the recent Synod? Never before has a synod received so much attention. It has aroused many hopes and it has... (Read more)
C. S. Lewis, one of the most popular writers of the last century, had a complex and complicated relationship with the Catholic Church. Joseph... (Read more)
The comment caught me by surprise. I was in the middle of beginning a CCD class for fifth grade boys and girls and I had just asked them why they... (Read more)
It did not take long after Pope Francis first emerged on the balcony at St. Peter’s last spring for uneasiness to emerge for many who were... (Read more)
When the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) was held in Rome last week, one very special moment took place, one which I... (Read more)
As the Supreme Court began this year’s term, it chose not to hear appeals of a number of lower court cases that had thrown out certain state laws... (Read more)
When the history of this year’s Synod on the Family is written, there will be any number of people and ideas that will be seen as winners or... (Read more)

The Synod on the Family: What is at Stake?

By Fr. José Noriega, DCJM

The Holy Father has called for a Synod on the Family. In doing so, he has shown vision and courage. For, if the Church is a battlefield... (Read more)
What does the Church want from her Religious Sisters?  A response to Jo Piazza’s “Great Nunquistion.”Every nun stands before a “Grand... (Read more)
In 1928, the first Roman Catholic ever nominated for president, Gov. Al Smith of New York, came to campaign in Oklahoma at the height of the... (Read more)

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