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Public attacks upon the Catholic Church in the United States were routine and commonplace in the nineteenth century as the immigrant Church’s expansion was seen as a threat to the nativists and know-nothings of the era. more
This week, we as Catholics welcome Pope Benedict XVI, who comes to us not as political leader, corporate CEO, or celebrity, but rather as our Holy Father, our spiritual leader. more
Across the country, questions of legality, economics and the mix of cultures often dominate the immigration debate; and Rhode Island is no different. more
Passion Sunday will set the stage for the final showdown between Jesus and his detractors. This Holy Week, the whole Christian world comes together to commemorate the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. more
November is traditionally known as “All Souls” month in the Catholic Church. It is the time when Catholics remember the dead in prayer, especially at Masses offered for deceased relatives and … more
Truth in advertising has long been practiced by businesses trying to sell themselves and their wares to the public. The principle can also be applied to colleges and universities in their recruitment of prospective students, and should certainly be a practice of those institutions that identify themselves as Catholic. more
Among the many songs that Frank Sinatra sang, none expressed the truth about an institution more than the classic Love and Marriage. As the lyrics proclaim: “Love and marriage, love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage. This I tell you, brother; you can’t have one without the other.” more
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