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Archives / March 2014

Featured

Judy Roberts
When Michael Warsaw was studying theology and liturgy at the Catholic University of America some 30 years ago, he was thinking more aBout Becoming a p MORE
Mar 02, 2014
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Books

The Church is a mystery. To enter more deeply into that mystery, believers reflect on the Church’s basic characteristics — what it means for the C MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Chairman

Thomas Monaghan
I’m sure you have heard the old adage: It’s not just what you do, but how you do it! We all know this to be true, but sometimes we need to be remi MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Books

When Pope Francis was elected, the news media insisted on old questions: Will the Church adapt to the times and alter its teaching on homosexuality, a MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Books

To create this fascinating volume, Gorny embarked on a two-year journey to seek the truth behind the relics associated with Christ’s passion. He and MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Saints

Feast Day: March 15
Artemide Zatti was born into a Northern Italian farming family. When he was 17, his poverty-stricken family emigrated to Argentina. His family attende MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Chaplains

Fr. John Sherlock
It’s a long way to Tipperary, but Fr. John Sherlock “feels very much at home” in Kansas. After beginning his priesthood with the Legionaries of MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Featured

Matthew A. Rarey
The seminarian was divided against himself and felt “overwhelmed by Satan,” which he confided to his spiritual director, Monsignor John A. Esseff. MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Culture of Life

John M. Haas
It’s been said that a coincidence is nothing other than God remaining anonymous. In other words, there are no coincidences in God’s Providence. MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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Apologetics

Peter Kreeft
Over the past several generations there has been a radical decline in the sense of sin — and even in the understanding of the meaning of the very co MORE
Mar 01, 2014
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