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Engaging the Faith

Mike Aquilina
Sometimes we see public figures taking Communion when they seem to be violating the rules: politicians, for example, who actively support abortion or MORE
Oct 01, 2013
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Leon J. Suprenant Jr.
Catholic education recognizes that knowledge is at the service of man and must be directed toward the common good and the salvation of all. Such educa MORE
Sep 02, 2013
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Peter Kreeft
Nothing brings home to us the importance and value of human life more sharply than death. We seldom appreciate life until we realize how fragile it is MORE
Jul 01, 2013
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Al Kresta
When there is credible evidence of an apparition, the Church engages in empirical, rational, moral, and theological investigation. From the beginning, MORE
Jun 01, 2013
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Fr. John Trigilio
Papal primacy is the concept that the bishop of Rome (the pope) is the universal pastor and supreme head of the Catholic Church. He has full, supreme, MORE
May 02, 2013
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Karl Keating
The Church has always shared her Master’s holy unpopularity. But never before the “Sexual Revolution” did her (and his) unpopularity center almo MORE
Apr 01, 2013
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Karl Keating
Some will, some won’t. We don’t know the proportions, but leaving the Church is always a blunder. Let’s look first at what makes one a member of MORE
Mar 01, 2013
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Mike Aquilina
When we’re at Mass, we are participating in the joyous worship that goes on eternally in heaven. Obviously we can’t know precisely what heaven is MORE
Feb 02, 2013
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Leon J. Suprenant Jr. & Philip C.L. Gray
The Bible describes sins that are mortal (or “unto death”) and those that are not mortal, which we commonly call venial (see 1 Jn 5:16-17). MORE
Dec 03, 2012
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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
Nov 01, 2012
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