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The curse of Santa

By Tina McCormick, PhD

Christmas, the most beloved and widely celebrated holiday, is upon us. Yet while many long to experience Christmas joy, there are signs of a... (Read more)
Gordon College, the small Christian liberal arts college just 30 minutes north of Boston, became the focus of much negative media attention... (Read more)
Published on Catholic Online. Permission to republish given by the author. This Sunday we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, the last... (Read more)

The scandal that wasn't

By Alejandro Bermúdez

Two books are about to hit the shelves this week, supposedly testing Pope Francis' Vatican's capacity to withstand fresh scandals. The first... (Read more)

Family, the Synod and the Pope

By Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie

The ever-popular Pope Francis received a rock-star welcome in the United States recently, doing what he usually does: challenging entrenched... (Read more)
At a time when there is much antagonism, polarization, pain, and inequity in the world, at a time when socially responsible leadership at all... (Read more)

Pope Francis has done it again

By Jennifer Manning

Pope Francis has done it again.  He has reminded us what it means to be an elected official, a leader, a responsible citizen... (Read more)
Pope Francis is the spiritual leader of 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide. There are bound to be some who don’t like him. But what is of greater... (Read more)
The word pirate calls to mind images from movies or books which often romanticized them. However, they were plunderers who robbed ships at sea... (Read more)
The framers of the Constitution of the United States were not fond of unjust monarchs or aristocracies which showed no regard for the people.... (Read more)

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