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Apologetics

Al Kresta
Biblical people have always reserved items associated with holy persons and events. Relics of ancient Israel’s past — the manna from the wildernes MORE
Dec 14, 2014
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Featured

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Patrick Novecosky
Gary Sinise had one foot in the Catholic Church more than 15 years before he signed up for RCIA. Even though he was raised in an unchurched Chicago- a MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Books

The Christmas story is both familiar and utterly extraordinary. The cast of characters includes shepherds, magicians, an emperor and a despot, angels, MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Books

The main problem with Catholic families, contends Cardinal Gerhard Müller, is not the small number of civilly remarried divorced Catholics who want t MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Movies

Most Catholics will never have the opportunity to set foot inside the Vatican museums. But now most Catholics have a chance to see the world’s most MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Features

Patrick Novecosky
If there’s one reason Bret Baier delivers a “fair and balanced” newscast, it certainly has to do with his Catholic faith. Growing up in Atlanta, MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Editor’s Desk

Patrick Novecosky
This month we feature interviews with Gary Sinise and Bret Baier, both speakers at the upcoming 2015 Legatus Summit. MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Featured

Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
As the chairman of BSB Design, a leading architectural planning firm, Sharp has built some of the finest communities of luxury homes in America. A mem MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Columns

Patrick Novecosky
Editor’s Desk
I don’t know about you, but I always used to get the winter blahs about three or four weeks after Christmas. It never failed. After celebrating Chri MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Ethics

Sam Gregg
Speculation is one of those words that raises many Christians’ hackles. It conjures up visions of people making easy gain for no apparent effort, an MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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