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Archbishop Philip Hannan died last week at the age of 98. He leaves behind a legacy of service to the church, the nation and most especially, the poor. more
In 1973 the historian Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. wrote a book entitled “The Imperial Presidency” out of two concerns: first that the U.S. presidency was out of control, and second that the presidency had exceeded the constitutional limits. more
Beginning on October 2 —Respect Life Sunday—Catholics across the nation will join to witness to the inherent equality and transcendent value of every human being as they observe Respect Life Month, an annual tradition now in its fortieth year. more
Along with my thirty-four seminary classmates, I am looking forward to my ordination as a deacon in October. But I have been getting a lot of questions. more
One hundred twenty years ago Pope Leo XIII delivered the first papal social encyclical entitled Rerum Novarum. more
Political pundits and commentators noted many things about last week’s Republican Presidential Debate at the President Ronald Reagan Library. more
The country and the world have watched the high drama and serious reality of the situation in Washington, D.C. over the past few months as the struggle with the debt crisis loomed. more
September 11th. It is a date that is forever to represent a profound change for people across our nation, for people all throughout our world and for the many members of our church. more
Once again it is back to school time across the nation and notably weeks after Indiana began the nation's broadest school voucher program, thousands of students have transferred from public to private schools, causing a spike in enrollment at some Catholic schools that were on the brink of closing for lack of enrollment. more
The recent decision by the Obama Administration’s Department of Health and Human Services to mandate so-called “preventive services” that require private health plans to cover female surgical sterilization and all drugs and devices approved by the Federal Drug Administration as contraceptives has been rightly criticized by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and other pro-life groups. more
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