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The Apostolic Exhortation Gaudete et Exsultate (Rejoice and Be Glad) of Pope Francis, issued in March but released earlier this week, takes as its central theme the universal call to holiness. Like … more
A couple in Ohio is suing a fertility clinic that lost more than 4,000 eggs and embryos due to the malfunction of a storage tank’s temperature regulator. The couple is asking a court to designate … more
In 1984 Cardinal Carlo Caffara, who was appointed by St. John Paul II to head the Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family, wrote a letter to the Fatima visionary Sr. Lucia to ask for her … more
The Providence Journal often prints many different types of letters to the editor, which at times are very interesting and well thought out, while at other times seem to take a one-sided stance on … more
The recent “March for Our Lives” marked a crucial moment for our nation’s young people. Several national and local media outlets, in connection with the march, have referenced Pope Francis’ … more
Winter is holding on for dear life here in the Northeast. Nevertheless, it must lose its grip and die, because the spring will inexorably come. Hope springs eternal, but never more beautifully than … more
Last week, the renowned English physicist Stephen Hawking passed away at the age of 76. His contributions to contemporary physics cannot be overstated. And aside from his intellectual genius, his … more
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
From the beginning of time, as we know it, all created things are set into motion by God’s will. There is a vast universe filled with gas, dust, stars and planets organized into individual solar … more
There has been a lot of discussion concerning whether or not those couples who are divorced and re-married can receive holy Communion without a prior annulment of their first marriages. A lot of the … more
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