Two similar stories produce two very different results

Pope Francis has been encouraging us all to become more intimately tuned in to what it ...

Religious freedom goes to Supreme Court

Justices — six of whom profess to be Catholic — hear arguments over mandated coverage ...

Pope’s visit brings hope to Holy Land refugees

Asylum-seekers look to Francis’ May visit as an opportunity for increased attention on ...

Witness, dialogue key in higher ed

Catholic universities need to stand firm in the Church’s teachings, but also be ...

Finding ‘Mercy’ in daily life

New book finds humor, poignancy in undertaking corporal works of mercy

Plugging teens into the faith: A how-to guide

The iGeneration is living in a culture of excess. But what they lack is what they need ...

What I know now about my disability

Instead of being angry with God, offer suffering up for the poor souls in purgatory

‘Heaven is for Real’ dad discusses story, film

Todd Burpo talks about how the upcoming movie remains faithful to his son’s incredible ...

Opening the Word: Questions and answers

Gospel reading of the Passion highlights important quandaries made by Jesus, Judas and ...

Ukrainian Easter eggs are an expression of faith

Pennsylvania artist’s detailed works sold to help support her beloved parish

The power of Psalm 22

Jesus’ quoted passage on the cross carries much depth on the issues of our suffering, ...

Book on happiness preaches truth

Agnostic writes book for 20-somethings linking happiness with religion, marriage and ...

Television’s dead air

No news on Flight 370 doesn’t mean no coverage; it just proves this world still holds ...

Letters to the Editor for April 13, 2014

Fulton Sheen, special needs children, immigration reform, sacraments, and temptation

Editorial: For teens, their crisis is our crisis

Those who work most effectively with young people know that it is first and foremost ...
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