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Archives / July 2018

Books

Is there hope for the state of marriage in our culture today? Scott Hahn believes so. MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Books

New how-to books on business and management are published every week, and “change or die” is a recurring theme. MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Culture of Life

Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk, Ph.D.
The natural exclusivity intended in parenthood is meant to afford protection, security about our origins, and the safety of the home hearth. MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Featured

Gerald Korson
Fifty years ago this month, Pope Paul VI issued his encyclical Humanae Vitae amid a firestorm of criticism.  it remains controversial to this day. MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Saints

Feast Day: July 31
During that time, he wrote reflections which later contributed to his renowned Spiritual Exercises — a compilation of meditations, prayers, and prac MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Columns

Christine Valentine-Owsik
Editor’s Desk
Decorum has taken a nosedive, and the repercussions are toxic.“As the family goes, so goes the nation, and so goes the whole world,” Pope St. John MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Chaplains

Msgr. Joseph Schaedel
Monsignor Joseph Schaedel, 70, the chaplain of Legatus’ Indianapolis Chapter, will serve as the chaplain for Legatus’ Rome Pilgrimage in October. MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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5 Minutes With

Brian Fraga
Diana Parent, the outgoing president of Legatus’ Fort Wayne Chapter, led one of the most vibrant and rapidly growing Legatus chapters in the country MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Featured

Brian Fraga
In Luke 16:10, the Lord Jesus counsels his disciples that someone who is faithful in small things will be faithful in important matters. MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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Chairman

Thomas Monaghan
By virtue of our membership in the Church, we are all called to share our faith. Likewise, when we find something good, we are compelled to share it w MORE
Jul 01, 2018
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