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An ongoing series on CNN called “Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History,” explores the controversies surrounding the storied history of the popes. As one commentator recently observed, the dearth … more
The Church recently observed the 48th World Communications Day. It is remarkable to consider how rapidly communication has changed over the course of the last half-century. We have gone from black and white TV’s to iPhones, Twitter and Instagram. more
The recent “Women’s March on Washington,” drew crowds in the hundreds of thousands in protest of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. While President Trump has yet to sign … more
When Pope Benedict XVI made his first pastoral visit to the United States last April, churchmen, politicians, and the lay faithful were all desperate to see and meet the Holy Father. more
Political pundits and commentators noted many things about last week’s Republican Presidential Debate at the President Ronald Reagan Library. more
You may have heard of the culture craze called “flash mobs,” in which young people organize a meeting at a local mall or department store and “spontaneously” begin a carefully choreographed dance to a pre-selected song. The Internet is rife with such examples, many of them quite entertaining. more
Dear First Communicant, Congratulations and God’s many blessings as you receive Jesus for the first time in Holy Communion! You have arrived at this point in your life because the people that love … more
Pope Francis, at the very beginning of his papacy and repeatedly throughout, has unnerved many of the faithful with his references and cautions regarding the devil. Jesus Christ Himself refers to the … more
Academic freedom is the hallmark of university life. It is the belief that the freedom of inquiry by students and faculty members is essential to the mission of the institution, and that scholars should have freedom to teach or communicate ideas or facts without retribution in the form of repression, job loss, or even in the extreme, imprisonment. more
Powerball just this past week hit a milestone when it reached $1.5 billion. Chances are you did not win it. In fact, there is only a 1 in 292 million chance of hitting the Powerball jackpot. … more
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