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Archive for June 15th, 2017
In latest meetings, cardinal advisors continue forward with reform
Father Raymond J. de Souza: Our history with aboriginals has too much darkness. But don’t ignore the light.
The Problem with Non-Judgmentalism
Monkeying with Darwin
Never elect a Jesuit to do a pope’s job? Concern over the implementation of Amoris Laetitia.
Neurology Department, Etc.
Elder abuse is a clear and present danger in the euthanasia debate.
Solemn Latin Mass on June 23, 2017 7:30 PM for the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Paul’s Basilica, Toronto.
Pack Your Bags
In Search of Catholic Propaganda
Corpus Christi 2017
“With God’s Grace”
Still waiting for Vatican reform
African refugees becoming Catholic – in Rome
U.S. Bishops Spring Meeting: Day One
Are We Experiencing a Catholic Marriage Vocations Crisis?
You Are Gods
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises pride flag in nation's capital
A Worthy Read: Edward Pentin interviews Egyptian Fr. Boulad, SJ.
Main State and me: a development :¬)
Experiencing God: The History of Catholic Spirituality
Hate Has a Home
The Church in Iraq
The Marian Character of Ad Orientem Worship: Guest Article by Zachary Thomas (Part 5)
A tune for a rainy day
Rome’s mayor calls for halt to migrants
Metamorphosis of the Pontifical Academy For Life
U.S. Bishops’ Spring Meeting: Day One
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