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Archives / November 2010

Books

The Church in the U.S. has been living in the shadow of the clerical sexual abuse crisis since 1985. There has been a rush by some, both inside and ou MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Ignatius and Magnificat have joined forces to launch a new line of high quality Catholic children’s books just in time for Christmas giving. In this MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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A who’s who of notable figures contributes to this beautifully illustrated work that celebrates the first five years of Pope Benedict’s pontificat MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Books

The book’s full title is a mouthful: The End and the Beginning: Pope John Paul II — The Victory of Freedom, the Last Years, the Legacy. As the fol MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Books

Earlier this year, the Pope named St. John Vianney the patron saint of all priests. The saint’s simple way of life, his compassion for the poor, his MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Chaplains

Monsignor Michael Glenn
Had he pursued a military career, Monsignor Michael Glenn, 47, might be a full Army colonel now. Instead he broke ranks to follow God’s bugle call, MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Your Health

Susan Locke
LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is the most common refractive surgery. A cutting laser reshapes the cornea, allowing light rays to focus MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Columns

John Hunt
Executive Director
In my last column, I wrote about obstacles that may deter Legates from inviting prospective members to enjoy the spiritual and social benefits of Lega MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Columns

Brian S. Brown
Guest Editorial
Should we permit the government to redefine marriage? Some politicians and judges are moving in that direction, but Catholic leaders are asking the fa MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Culture of Life

Jennifer Kimball
Classical and theological discourse has always held a unique and deeply significant respect for the womb. Indeed, it’s the place where the human per MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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