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Archives / May 2015

In the News

Patrick Novecosky
Legatus launched its chapter in the nation’s capital with a gala evening featuring Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, and Legatus MORE
May 20, 2015
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Columns

Patrick Novecosky
Editor’s Desk
In case you haven’t noticed, we’re at war. We’re at war with radical Islam and we’re in the midst of a fierce culture war — a war of ideas o MORE
May 01, 2015
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Featured

Brian Fraga
This summer, a jury in New Jersey will hear arguments in Ferguson v. JONAH, which promises to be one of the most important religious liberty cases in MORE
May 01, 2015
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Featured

Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
Visiting people in prison can be daunting. It involves going through layers of security, with doors being locked behind you multiple times. It often i MORE
May 01, 2015
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Books

Author Denise Bossert uses Mary and Elizabeth’s encounter at the Visitation to highlight nine gifts experienced by both women as they awaited the ar MORE
May 01, 2015
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Featured

Patrick Novecosky
Austin is often described as a blueberry in a sea of ketchup — a solid blue city in a solid red state. So developing a Legatus chapter in the Texas MORE
May 01, 2015
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Books

Like many of his fellow Legates, founder Tom Monaghan attends daily Mass. He’s encouraged countless thousands to do the same. This new book subtitle MORE
May 01, 2015
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Chairman

Thomas Monaghan
The Legatus experience is full of many blessings and opportunities — opportunities to attend the Annual Summit, to go on pilgrimages, to have access MORE
May 01, 2015
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Books

Young Christians always struggle with discerning God’s will for their lives, and most adults grapple with good decision-making. In his new book subt MORE
May 01, 2015
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Saints

Feast Day: May 17
Paschal Baylon was born to a poor peasant family on Pentecost, known as “the Pasch of the Holy Ghost” in Spain, which is how he obtained his first MORE
May 01, 2015
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