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One of the greatest writers during the Renaissance period was Dante Alighieri. After his exile from Florence, he ended up in Ravenna where he wrote his greatest masterpiece, “The Divine Comedy.” … more
On January 19, 2018, the 45th annual March for Life will take place in Washington, D.C., as a show of solidarity against the evil of abortion. There are many different groups of people who attend the … 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
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
Around this time of year, often in Catholic circles, a series of articles or opinion pieces will inevitably challenge the nostalgic sentimentality that accompanies our modern observance of Christmas. … more
A recently issued report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that abortion rates have reached a historic low since the legalization of abortion in 1973. From 2005 to … more
From the beginning of time, God had in his mind a woman who was the model of perfection that would become the instrument through which He would bring Heaven down to earth. God chose Mary to be the … more
An article was recently published by the Huffington Post about an interview with a 23-and-a-half-year-old young woman named Jade Banks, who had discerned a vocation to become a Discalced Carmelite … more
The 5th Century Church faced many trials, from the outside and from within. Internally, there was division about the nature of the person of Christ; externally, the barbarians were, literally, at the … more
To make the sign of the cross, Pope Francis stated in an audience last week, reminds us of our union with the sacrifice of Christ and with “those who today bear a heavy cross.” He went on to … more
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