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  1. On March 17, 2016, National Review published an open letter titled “An Appeal to Our Fellow Catholics,”urging Catholics to take a stand against the immensely popular Republican ...

  2. Making the surprise announcement during his weekly Sunday address, the pope said the new cardinals came from Italy, Spain, Portugal, Poland...

  3. Why Don’t Catholics Care So Much About the Ben Op?

    The American Conservative2 days ago

    Why are Evangelicals generally more interested in the Ben Op than US Catholics? In my personal experience here in the US, significantly more Evangelical institutions have invited me to speak about the Ben Op than have Catholic institutions.

  4. The Missing Link in Sex-Abuse Reform

    The Wall Street Journal10 hours ago

    This saga began in 2011, when the Vatican removed Fernando Karadima, a prominent Chilean priest, from ministry for having abused minors. Several victims accused Bishop Juan Barros, a Karadima ...

  5. No doubt about it, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (or should we say the Duke and Duchess of Sussex) had a royal wedding of firsts. The couple wed on their own terms, and in some cases, that ...

  6. Over the past generation, the United States has undergone a gambling revolution. Last year, some 81 million people visited casinos -- more than the number who attended Major League Baseball ...

  7. The latest “princes of the church” hail from countries that include Madagascar, Peru, Mexico and Japan, which has a tiny minority of Catholics. “The countries of provenance express the ...

  8. Pope Francis decreed that he would canonize as a saint the late Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, an outspoken advocate for the poor and hero especially to progressive Catholics around the world.

  9. Martin was nearly positive he'd clinched the $100,000 tournament prize heading into Final Jeopardy but responded correctly to the following answer: "230 miles long, it defined a boundary between ...

  10. For Catholics (full disclosure: I’m one), the Pope, no matter which one, is the head of the Church and thus always important. Pope Francis is something else again. Thus “Pope Francis: ...

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