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Are the liberals and radical secularists winning the cultural and political wars? MORE
Oct 01, 2018
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As a cancer survivor, Maureen Cummings knows a thing or two about the physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges that accompany a person who must e MORE
Oct 01, 2018
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“Predictable but pleasant” is how one major film-review journal describes Running for Grace, and perhaps that is accurate enough. But this pleasan MORE
Oct 01, 2018
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This book offers a plan by which individuals might be led to contemplate their calling and whereby Church leaders, teachers, coaches, and other mentor MORE
Sep 01, 2018
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“This book describes my personal discovery of the Catholic teaching on marriage and the beautiful effect it had on my life,” EWTN’s popular radi MORE
Sep 01, 2018
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The thesis of this fine book not only supports that faith and reason are allies in seeking the fullness of truth, but reveals how this collaboration t MORE
Sep 01, 2018
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Movies
A textual epilogue tells the best part of the story: Zamperini becomes a Christian evangelist, founds a camp for disadvantaged boys, and stays married MORE
Sep 01, 2018
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His focus here is on “diagnosis, not prescription,” yet there is a theme of hope: Catholics can help restore proper order if we remain faithful to MORE
Aug 01, 2018
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Edith Stein was one amazing woman in early 20th-century Germany. She was an intellectual — earning a doctorate in philosophy — at a time when adva MORE
Aug 01, 2018
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Anti-Catholic bigotry kept the sole priest-chaplain from ministering to the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, but priests have served as MORE
Aug 01, 2018
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