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Engaging the Faith

Mike Aquilina
Unleavened bread is one of the main features of the Passover. It commemorates the Israelites’ hasty exit from Egypt: “The dough they had brought o MORE
Jun 02, 2012
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Al Kresta
Catholics celebrate the Feast of the Guardian Angels on Oct. 2 because every individual has a guardian angel, and awareness of our guardian angel can MORE
May 01, 2012
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Leon J. Suprenant Jr. & Philip C.L. Gray
Two men cannot legitimately marry each other, nor can two women — no matter what any earthly judicial or legislative body may say. MORE
Apr 02, 2012
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Father John Trigilio
The quality of perfection in Mary centers on the theological fact that she is the mother of God. The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception of Mary tea MORE
Mar 02, 2012
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Peter Kreeft
We frequently hear of the value of positive self-esteem and confessing our worth today, but we hardly ever of the value of confessing our sins. In fac MORE
Feb 04, 2012
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Karl Keating
Christ never engaged in unnecessary acts. He instituted the sacrament of Confession (aka Penance or Reconciliation) as the ordinary or normative way o MORE
Dec 05, 2011
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Al Kresta
The Mass is a spiritual banquet, best appreciated as you read the menu ahead of time and anticipate the flow of the courses. The Mass splits into two MORE
Nov 01, 2011
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Leon J. Suprenant Jr.
Since the time of Pope Pius XII (1939-1957), the Church has explicitly taught that both inter vivos and postmortem (cadaver) transplants are licit, ba MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Fr. John Trigilio
In a dark age, monks preserved classical art and education. Their monasteries became centers of faith and learning, developing into the first universi MORE
Sep 01, 2011
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Peter Kreeft
The Church has a deep theology about the seventh commandment, which deals with property and labor. “You shall not steal” regulates worldly goods MORE
Jul 01, 2011
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