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The words “Black Friday” took on a whole new meaning last week as the world’s largest cyberattack infected over 200,000 computers in 150 countries. The malicious software assault or … more
In September 2014 Pope Francis offered one of his several reflections on fraternal correction in a homily at the Vatican’s Casa Santa Marta chapel. Citing Jesus’ criteria for addressing a … more
On December 6, the patriarchs and heads of the Christian churches in Jerusalem wrote a personal letter to President Donald Trump, appealing to him not to change how the United States understands the … more
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God promises us in Sacred Scripture, “I will give you shepherds” (Jeremiah 3:15). For the United States, this past September will stand out as an exemplary reminder of that promise. Reverend … more
Contemporary culture frequently affirms gender identity as a free, liberating and arbitrary choice. Some online “expert” medical sites claim that gender cannot merely be a matter of biology or … more
Atty. Gen. Patrick Lynch is wrong. He has been wrong in the past and he will, no doubt, be wrong again in the future. His opinion on recognizing so-called gay marriages, released on Ash … more
The toxic nature of the current political debate in our country is uninspiring to say the least. The presidential debates have taken on such a caustic tone that parents do not even want their … more
The political season is well under way as political candidates mount their campaigns for election and begin the deluge of advertisements, bumper stickers, bill boards, buttons, phone calls and personal appearances. It can be a confusing time for Catholics as they begin to decide which candidate is worthy of their vote. more
Marriage continues to be a victim in a world where an increasing number believes church teaching should follow popular opinion. Archbishop Gerhard L. Muller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, recently supported the church’s position regarding the indissoluble nature of the sacrament of marriage. In his writings he also reaffirmed that divorced couples, remarried outside the church, should refrain from reception of the sacraments including holy Communion. This has been wrongly interpreted by some as a persecution of men and women of good faith by denying them the very sacrament that aids in the forgiveness of sins. more
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