Proclaiming the Good News in the midst of bad

In the midst of much bad news in the Church and in the world — the war in Ukraine, the manifold political divisions in...

Ashes to ashes

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You may have heard the tall story about the elderly woman in New York who decided to prepare her will. She told her pastor...

No problem

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I got a great chance to spend my February vacation in Jamaica with two of my closest friends. This trip was postponed last year but...

Genocide II

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Although sterilization and the promotion of Aryan children through the Nazi breeding program (Lebensborn) would eventually change the profile of the German people, it...

Servant leadership

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The Catholic Church continues to experience much pain. More revelations of abuse have been exposed. These included not only a cardinal but also a...

‘Four Spaniards and a Saint’

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Saturday, March 12, marked the 400th anniversary of maybe the most spectacular canonization of saints in the fascinating history of the Catholic Church. Pope...

Celebrating like it’s 1622

Last Saturday the Church marked the 400th anniversary of the joint canonization of four of the most influential figures not just in the counter-reformation...

Too much morphine?

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To help people navigate some of the complex decisions involved in end-of-life situations, the National Catholic Bioethics Center offers a free and confidential consultation...

Genocide Part I

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This meditation begins a series on genocide because this topic by mandate will be taught in Massachusetts schools, as was stated in the New...

The other side of a choice

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Life is filled with choices. Do you want chocolate ice cream or vanilla? A hamburger or pizza? The blue coat or the red one? Should...

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