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Archives / April 2020

Ethics

Sue Ellen Browder
When people bemoan the fact there’s so much fake news in the world today, I’m reminded of a story the late BBC broadcaster Malcolm Muggeridge used MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Featured

Brian Fraga
February was a big month for Legatus in south Florida, with two back-to-back charters splashing in fort Lauderdale and Miami – making them the 91st MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Executive Director

Stephen M. Henley
Like many of you, Legatus has not been immune to the challenges that faced us in the Coronavirus outbreak. As an organization, our staff collectively MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Books

What can 21st-century Catholics learn from the Angelic Doctor? Quite a lot, as Kevin Vost explains in his insightful new book. MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Featured

Gerald Korson
Experts weigh in on the relationship between mental health and the interior life. Depression affects more than 264 million people globally and is a le MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Editor’s Desk

Christine Valentine-Owsik
In recent years and especially this one, I’ve noticed that the Lent we envision isn’t the one that lands in our laps. MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Engaging the Faith

Deal Hudson
If multiculturalists had kept their promises, school and college curricula would have been enriched by the inclusion of the literature, ideas, values, MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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5 Minutes With

Brian Fraga
Tim Flanagan estimates that the Catholic Leadership Institute, the Pennsylvania based nonprofit organization he founded, has provided parish leadershi MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Books

For Catholics, Lent and Easter are all about ashes, fasting, fish on Fridays, palm branches, and those Easter Triduum liturgies, correct? Well, as Fr. MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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Chaplains

Fr. Bryce Sibley
Father Bryce Sibley says he was the poster child for what not to do in college. “You should not drink and party all the time,” said Fr. Sibley, wh MORE
Apr 01, 2020
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