Catholics, Marriage, and the Supreme Court

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops recently issued a letter entitled “Marriage and the Supreme Court.”  This bulletin insert, to be distributed nationwide, is nothing particularly

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Witness

Over the past several weeks, faithful Catholics have been circling the wagons in an attempt to understand what’s gone wrong with the culture, and what

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Movies
Abigail C. Reimel

What Are We Holding Onto, Sam?

I was inspired to re-post this article after reading Cristina Montes”s On Spe Salvi and The Lord of the Rings.  I would highly recommend that

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Columnists
Julie Machado

The Government Is Not Our Father

Living in Europe (and more specifically, Portugal) has been tough in terms of politics lately. I would venture to say even tougher than in America,

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New Media
Leah Jacobson

#Ivoted

So wow. How about that election, huh? Don’t worry all you election weary people; this post is not going to go into a political recap

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Columnists
Jason Hall

Good News and Bad News

The campaign is finally over! Whether your guy won or lost, it’s time to take a deep breath and relax, maybe even womens viagra mend

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Life
Amanda Sloan

“Serious” Catholics

“We may never be faced with the big decision for or against Christ, but we are faced fifty times a day with the little decisions

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Books
Emi Parker

From the Belly of the Dragon

“Can a man who’s warm understand one who’s freezing?” This is the question pondered by Ivan Denisovich Shukhov, a prisoner at a forced-labor camp in

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Columnists
J.Q. Tomanek

6 One issue votes and others

The one issue voter is dead.  Today’s elections are no longer about a single issue.  Here is a list of One Issues: Abortion Euthanasia Embryonic

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Politics
Brent Stubbs

Who I’m Voting For

No, I will not write his name on the ballot. I believe that voting for a third party, a third person, is a symbolic act.

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Columnists
Sr. Lisa Marie

Needed Instruments of Peace

In our current election cycle, perhaps more than any other in the last forty years, we have two candidates for President with stark, contrasting views

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Entertainment
Emi Parker

Dante Dishes on the 2012 Elections

I recently joined Twitter and have found that it’s a good way to discover and follow the work of interesting organizations, writers, and artists. Also,

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Columnists
Nicene Guy

Baptism and Presidential Leadership

Election-season whoppers are nothing new to politics, Presidential or otherwise. The number of exaggerations, empty-promises, false claims, and flat-out lies which make their way into

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Politics
Colin Gormley

Politictitus

Picture H/T Mark Shea Who here is sick of politics?  Can I see a show of hands?  Unanimous?  I thought so. One of the nice

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Politics
Jason Hall

The Cure for Election Fever

As of this writing, no deaths have been reported. No one has been hospitalized. However, many (myself included) have experienced various common symptoms due to

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