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Engaging the Faith

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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Al Kresta
Biblical people have always reserved items associated with holy persons and events. Relics of ancient Israel’s past — the manna from the wildernes MORE
Dec 14, 2014
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Mike Aquilina
The Body of Christ is the most precious thing in the world. It’s very important that none of it be lost or disrespected in any way. MORE
Dec 01, 2014
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Peter J. Kreeft
The Church’s teaching about life after death is summarized in the Four Last Things — death, judgment, heaven, and hell. However, even humanity out MORE
Nov 02, 2014
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Tim Drake
With Left Behind (Nicolas Cage) opening in theaters this month, it’s time to revisit the question, “Do Catholics believe in the rapture?” MORE
Oct 01, 2014
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Al Kresta
The Church recognizes many types of law, but all are related. All legitimate law ultimately finds its source and justification in the moral character MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Fr. John Trigilio
This question has become more common in recent years with the passage of laws in some states that recognize homosexual unions and, more recently, judg MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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