The Crash – Divine Providence?

In 2003, the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting was awarded to Alan Miller and Kevin Sack of the Los Angeles Times for their revelatory and moving examination of the AV8 Harrier, nicknamed

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Is Baptism Really Necessary?

I stumbled upon an interesting commentary about Saint John’s Gospel chapter 3 in Wiersbe Bible Commentary: New Testament by Warren W. Wiersbe while I was

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The Other Vocation Crisis

We have a vocation crisis in the Catholic Church, and everyone, it seems, is focusing on the “shortage of priests” part of it. The Catholic

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A Pope For the Rich?

I received a forwarded email today of a picture of Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict 16. The picture was split and the Francis side

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Bill, We Will Miss You!

The recent effort in Nevada to put into law a bill that would provide the same level of protection for religious freedom that the people

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That’s Not Fair

Clare, a fictional person, is a wife and works outside the home. She and her husband have two boys. They go to a Catholic school

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Sacred Music and Catholic Identity

A Protestant Face Book friend – addressing her mostly Protestant friends – posted this “status”: Just wondering, when worshipping in a corporate setting, where is

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The Great Gatsby\’s Relevance

The Great Gatsby, the popular American novel known for depicting the Roaring 20\’s with striking honesty, is now a major motion picture, starring the great Leonardo DiCaprio

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