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Archives / February 2011

Your Health

Susan Locke
Osteoporosis is a condition where the bones become weak and brittle due to loss of bone density, making them more vulnerable to fracture. Bones are co MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Books

Never before has a Pope, in a book-length interview with a journalist, dealt so directly with such wide-ranging and controversial issues as Pope Bened MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Music

The 22-hour project is voiced by internationally renowned actors including Neal McDonough (Jesus), Julia Ormond (Mary), Kristen Bell (Mary Magdalene), MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Chaplains

Fr. Joseph Mele
A Steel City son whose father labored in a mill, Fr. Joseph M. Mele wears many hats in the Pittsburgh diocese, including vicar general and director of MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Columns

John Hunt
Executive Director
It’s no secret that Legatus is apostolic in nature, and our apostolate carries a certain level of responsibility for bringing the Good News to Catho MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Books

There’s no better time than a recession to take a good hard look at money. Jeffrey doesn’t write about how to make money, spend it or give it away MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Books

A Brooklyn-born Jew, Levine chronicles his friendship and collaborations with Pope John Paul II. They met when the conductor took the helm of the Krak MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Columns

Paul Burnell
Guest Editorial
If you’ve ever spent more than a few days in the United Kingdom, you’ve likely noticed that it’s a decidedly secular culture. Pope Benedict XVI MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Featured

Judy Roberts
Ever since Pope John Paul II made the “New Evangelization” a defining theme of his papacy, the Catholic Church has been keenly aware of th MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Culture of Life

Fr. Thomas Berg
For better or worse, the age of regenerative medicine is upon us. The goal is the streamlined and cost-effective production of genetically matched, pa MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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