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Archives / September 2014

Columns

Patrick Novecosky
Editor’s Desk
We live in difficult times. Others live in desperate times. Despite the 24-hour news cycle, most Americans are seemingly unaware that terrorists are w MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Featured

Judy Roberts
Less than a decade after launching its mission to train workers for the New Evangelization, Denver’s Augustine Institute has grown into one of Ameri MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Chaplains

Monsignor Frank Rossi
Monsignor Frank Rossi says his call to the priesthood was “a simmering sort of thing” that came to a boil after he entered the undergraduate semin MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Books

If the word “trinity” isn’t in Scripture, why is it such an important part of our faith? And if the Bible can be interpreted in many ways, how d MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Columns

Kevin Theriot
Guest Editorial
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a remarkable decision on June 30 in favor of religious liberty against the Obama administration’s abortion-pill mandat MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Ethics

Andrew Abela
At the new School of Business & Economics at The Catholic University of America, our approach is to integrate morality into all our teaching and MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Books

Anthony DeStefano inspires with his latest, subtitled Transforming Yourself from Head to Soul. He describes the deeply meaningful and happy life that MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Your Health

Susan Locke
In an earlier article, I discussed the signs and symptoms of some common sleep disorders. Now I focus on treatment for the two most common sleep disor MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Books

Subtitled A Road Map for Catholic Men, Randy Hain’s latest book combines his personal wisdom with insights from other men trying to live authentical MORE
Sep 01, 2014
500 Views

Books

Baton Rouge Legate Van Mayhall pens yet another pulse-pounding thriller, a follow-up to last year’s Judas the Apostle. This time, ancient languages MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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