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Pope names Jorge Rodriguez as new auxiliary bishop for Archdiocese of Denver


3 ways Catholics misunderstand the Church's teaching about the death penalty...


Liberal education and conditions of hope...


U.S. birth rate continues slump, hits lowest level in nation's history...


In new interview, Benedict XVI reveals motives for his resignation...


Msgr. Nalty’s recipe for Amatriciana from the earthquake-torn town of Amatrice...
Carrie Gress
Amatriciana is the beloved signature sauce of the Italian town of Amatrice, which was razed in an earthquake on August 24. Restaurateurs throughout Italy are showing support for the people of Amatrice by donating 1 or 2 euros to Red Cross relief efforts for every Amatriciana dish sold. For those outside Italy, I offer the recipe below...


Motherhood is a glaring reminder of the greatness of God’s mercy...


Why Mass-going Catholics (and Mormons) are abandoning Donald Trump...


A good reminder from the Lord on titles and honors...
Msgr. Charles Pope
It really is a simple lesson, so simple that we usually miss it entirely: For all our coveted titles, honors, and distinctions, our greatest title is “Beloved Child of God.” Understanding our status as a child is the true picture of greatness, not being a “big cheese.” To be humble and to understand the dignity of humility is what God calls great...


Pope tosses audience speech, prays Rosary for victims of Italy quake...


Liberal, moderate or conservative? Here's a trick to see how Facebook labels you...


The only halfway decent parish in the area is still not good. What to do?
Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
Regardless of one’s inclinations, theological or liturgical opinions, everyone can agree that what the priest did was bad form. It’s improper to use the moment of the reception of Holy Communion as a weapon. Let’s be clear: a different situation would be that of someone who is egregiously, manifestly sinning (e.g. attempting to receive Holy Communion whilst remaining in a notoriously sinful state) or causing grave scandal (attempting to receive Holy Communion whilst wearing a blasphemous t-shirt or rainbow sash)...


Getting broken has been strangely good...
Mark Shea
Was feeling pretty down last week. Bullets you fire through your own feet can carry a bit of a sting. And great flaming walls of hate washing over you can also bring on the blues. So my assumption was that I would more or less curl up in a ball and feel sorry for myself. But God surprised me in multiple ways. The first surprise was a friend who came by the house and asked if we could talk...


This 100-year-old to-do list hack still works like a charm...


Woman who desecrated church found dead in apparent suicide...


10 tips from priests for a better confession...
Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble
I’ve been partaking of the Sacrament of Penance for several years now but I still don’t feel like I know what I am doing. Sometimes I leave the confessional wondering, “Did I do that right? Should I have been more specific? Was I honest enough?” The other day as I left confession, I thought, “I know, I will ask for some advice from the men who do hear other people’s confessions for a living...


Essential Catholic teachings on the End Times...


Soccer's ultimate con man was a superstar who couldn't actually play the game...

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The poignant but triumphant story of a Yugoslavian nun who was raped during the war...


Lord, make me happy — but not yet...
Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Sister Mary Lucy was a Poor Clare nun who suffered greatly. She lost her eyesight and had a degenerative bone disease which caused her spine to crumble. The doctors could do very little to help her. I used to visit her regularly, but never once heard her complain. Instead she had a huge radiant smile. I asked her, “Sister, do you ever feel angry at the Lord because you have lost your sight...


Pew Research study: Church-shopping Americans look for good sermons, warm welcome...


The 33-day “Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary” begins on September 4...


Coming to America, thanks to the Knights of Columbus...


Federal judge sides with St. Louis priest in SNAP case...


Chicago's St. John Cantius parish reaches out to Our Lady of Fatima...


On the canonization of Saint Teresa of Calcutta...


Rome shakes as earthquake strikes central Italy...


108 years ago, this priest's murder at Mass shocked the U.S...
Kathy Schiffer
When you read a headline about priests being murdered at Mass, who comes to mind? Almost certainly, you think of Fr. Jacques Hamel, who died last month at the hands of Muslim terrorists during Mass in the small French town of Saint Etienne-du-Rouvray, in Normandy. If your mind stretches beyond the horror of Fr. Hamel's death...


Why are so many airport shops named after news networks?


On grace and coincidence and (womp!) St. Thomas More...
Simcha Fisher
About thirty years ago, my parents were terribly worried. Like me and my husband, they had a daughter who was eighteen. They wanted her to get a good college education, preferably at a school that would deepen her Faith. My parents were fairly recent converts, and couldn’t rely on a network of Catholic friends or family (or the internet...


8 reasons Jim Gaffigan shouldn't quit his show...


Jim Gaffigan ends TV show, citing need to spend more time with family...


Traveling back 500 years, on royal pilgrimage...


The Ninevites believed Jonah and repented; can America do likewise?
Rebecca Hamilton
An abortion clinic is opening two blocks from the parish where I go to encounter the Risen Lord in the Holy Eucharist. Parents will drive the children who attend our parish school past the abortion clinic on their way to class. I will drive past the abortion clinic on my way to Mass, as will most of my fellow parishioners. Our parish priests will sleep in a rectory that is a stone’s throw from a place where children die horribly and in great numbers...


The Queenship of Mary is deeply rooted in Scripture...


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