SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
February 01, 2017
February 01, 2017
The Confraternities of Catholic Clergy said the dubia would help to clear up confusion
February 01, 2017
Take a look inside this week's Catholic Herald
February 01, 2017
Espousing Catholicism used to be fatal to a French politician’s chances. The arrival of François Fillon shows how much the nation has changed
February 01, 2017
American Evangelical churches pack in more than 2,000 worshippers every week. Our parishes have much to learn from them
February 01, 2017
'This "medical-assistance in dying" is a threat to the foundations of our society,' Bishop Noel Simard said
February 01, 2017
There is a gulf between a Catholic view of motherhood and the way it is portrayed in the media
February 01, 2017
The Pope continued his series of messages on hope at this week's general audience
February 01, 2017
Archbishop Bashar Warda said the Church wanted displaced people to return to their villages in peace and security
February 01, 2017
The group did not include Cardinal Gerhard Müller, who has said the practice is against God's law
February 01, 2017
America must respect both the security of its people while maintaining religious liberty, the bishops said
February 01, 2017
Lord Alton says the British Government should do more to bring a halt to the persecution of Pakistani Christians
February 01, 2017
The cardinal said that nobody, not even a pope, could change the teaching reaffirmed by St John Paul II
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