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Engaging the Faith

Peter Kreeft
Repent, believe, and live in charity. These three requirements for salvation correspond to the three “theological virtues,” faith, hope and charit MORE
Dec 01, 2015
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Fr. John Trigilio
The separation of church and state is a relatively new development. MORE
Nov 02, 2015
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Fr. John Bartunek
The Church offers solid principles regarding end-of-life issues, but it’s not always easy to apply those principles to particular situations. Let me MORE
Oct 01, 2015
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Karl Keating
You don’t hear much about indulgences anymore — at least not in Catholic circles. If it could be said that at one time they were overemphasized, i MORE
Sep 01, 2015
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Mike Aquilina
Mike Aquilina How do we know that Jesus intended the Church to continue offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass? His instructions are simple and speci MORE
Jul 01, 2015
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Peter Kreeft
We should not expect the Church’s teachings to coincide with “the wisdom of the world” (1 Cor 1:20) in any age or culture, for her teachings do MORE
Jun 01, 2015
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Al Kresta
Just to be clear, Jesus is the redeemer of humanity; Mary is not. While “Mary, co-redemptrix” has been part of Catholic thought and devotion, it MORE
May 01, 2015
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Fr. John Trigilio
The Mass once was (and can still be) said in Latin, as it is the official language of the Catholic Church. In many oratories, shrines, chapels, cathed MORE
Apr 01, 2015
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Fr. John Bartunek
It’s important to remember that here on earth we’re members of the Church militant. We’re in the midst of a battle. As we grow spiritually, the MORE
Mar 02, 2015
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Karl Keating
Of course it is! If that weren’t the case, then no couple would have a valid marriage until their first child was born. A marriage is valid as soon MORE
Feb 03, 2015
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