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Fr. Leo E. Patalinghug IV
Feeding the Foodie
All Christians are called to evangelize, which means “to share the Good News.” It’s different from proselytizing, which aims at converting peopl MORE
Jun 01, 2019
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Brian Fraga
5 Minutes With
Joseph Burke, a married father of three, had promised to write a book. To get it done, he jumped on a train and rode up and down the coast of Californ MORE
Jun 01, 2019
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Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello
Feeding the Foodie
For many of us, memories of our mother are mixed with the aroma and tastes of favorite foods. Thinking of mom recalls the nurturing moments of childho MORE
May 01, 2019
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Thomas Monaghan
Chairman
As I have shared in past columns, I enjoy reading books. Every now and then, I come across a special one. Recently, I came across such a book. MORE
May 01, 2019
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Brian Deane
Guest Editorial
For each of the last six summers, our family has traveled from New Jersey to the scenic Lakes region of New Hampshire. There, our daughter has attende MORE
May 01, 2019
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Brian Fraga
5 Minutes With
As the President of CatholicVote.org and a married father to nine children, the youngest being a three-month-old, Brian Burch doesn’t have a lot of MORE
May 01, 2019
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Christine Valentine-Owsik
Editor’s Desk
This charred iconic church, where faithful gathered under Mary’s patronage since the great Christian Renaissance, involved the toil of workers for c MORE
May 01, 2019
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Robert Marshall
Guest Editorial
Proponents of reviving the dead 1972 Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which, originally passed with a 7-year ratification window, claim that this stateme MORE
Apr 01, 2019
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Brian Fraga
5 Minutes With
Albany Chapter Shepherd Discusses Catholic-Politician Sanctions, Clergy Crisis. Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of Albany, New York is dealing with the f MORE
Apr 01, 2019
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John D. Folse & Michaela D. York
Feeding the Foodie
Fire and cooking catapulted the concept of taste along with nutrition. The late anthropologist Carleton Coon stated that cooking was, “the decisive MORE
Apr 01, 2019
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