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God’s Doorkeepers: Padre Pio, Solanus Casey, & Andre Bessette

Book Reviews

Oct 31, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

Book written by: Joel Schorn Read more

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We are God’s first

From the Bishops

Oct 28, 2008

By Most Rev. Samuel J. Aquila

Editor's note: This is an edited homily given Oct. 19, 2008 at  the Cathedral of St. Mary, Fargo. Read more

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The Truth Will Set You Free: commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Pope Pius XII

Book Reviews

Oct 24, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

Book written by: Margherita Marchione Read more

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Truth, Freedom, and Abortion

From the Bishops

Oct 21, 2008

By Archbishop José H. Gomez

Abortion is not a “Catholic” issue. It is a matter of fundamental human rights. In fact, I believe it is... Read more

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A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World

Book Reviews

Oct 17, 2008

By Jeffrey Tucker

Book written by: William J. Bernstein Read more

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A Politician’s Promise: No Right to Life! No Freedom!

From the Bishops

Oct 14, 2008

By Bishop Arthur Serratelli

After committing a murder in Rome, the famous 17th century Italian painter Caravaggio went to Malta to avoid the death... Read more

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The Benedictine Handbook

Book Reviews

Oct 10, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

Book edited by: Fr. Anthony Marett-Crosby.  Read more

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No person who is truly Catholic can take a position of “pro-choice” or vote for a law supporting the so-called right to abortion

From the Bishops

Oct 10, 2008

By Most Rev. Samuel J. Aquila

At a Sept. 28 Mass which preceded a Eucharistic procession of 1,000 people to the state of North Dakota’s only... Read more

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Respect Life Sunday and our calling to the ‘Gospel of Life’

From the Bishops

Oct 7, 2008

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Exactly 10 years ago this fall, America’s bishops issued a pastoral letter called "Living the Gospel of Life." Even a... Read more

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Christ our Hope: the papal addresses of the apostolic journey to the United States

Book Reviews

Oct 3, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

This book is a collection of the addresses and homilies that Pope Benedict XVI gave during his April 15-21, 2008... Read more

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Knowing Church teaching is essential to the exercise of faithful citizenship

From the Bishops

Sep 30, 2008

By Most Rev. Samuel J. Aquila

Politics consists in the public conversations and decisions of how we ought to order our common life together. Even though... Read more

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Leading Catholic entrepreneur pens book on how people should relate to money

Book Reviews

Sep 26, 2008

By CNA Staff

Many in our society view money as a “necessary evil.”  Instead, entrepreneur and author, Frank Hanna explains, “money is a... Read more

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A way to find joy

From the Bishops

Sep 24, 2008

By Bishop Gerald Kicanas

Is it a sin to be doing well? Is it a sin to have a nice house, money in the... Read more

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African Saints, African Stories: 40 holy men and women

Book Reviews

Sep 19, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

Written by: Camille Lewis Brown Read more

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Participation in civic life is moral responsibility for Catholics

From the Bishops

Sep 16, 2008

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Now that both major political parties have officially nominated their candidates for president and vice-president, we are entering the final... Read more

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The Pope’s Legion: the multinational fighting force that defended the Vatican

Book Reviews

Sep 12, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

Book written by:  Charles A. Coulombe Read more

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Bishop: don’t be misled by pro-abortion politicians

From the Bishops

Sep 9, 2008

By Bishop Michael O. Jackels

Let us not be misled by the public statements and positions of pro-abortion politicians who identify themselves as Catholics. Read more

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Love In A Fearful Land: A Guatemalan Story

Book Reviews

Sep 5, 2008

By Br. Benet S. Exton

Book written by: Henri Nouwen Read more

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Religion as sport

From the Bishops

Sep 2, 2008

By Archbishop John C. Favalora

My dear friends,  Read more

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10 Books that Screwed Up the World: And 5 Others that Didn't Help

Book Reviews

Aug 29, 2008

By Logan Gage

Book written by: Benjamin Wiker Read more