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Approximately 400 years ago two entirely unrelated events occurred on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Today both of these historical happenings may help us appreciate the Church's contemporary … more
Word about Rita O’Brien and the good she is doing at Emmanuel House International in Carmel filtered in from several sources in the pro-life community over the past year, long before I had a chance … more
October 26, 2015 It’s good to be back in New York after almost four weeks in Rome for the Synod of Bishops on the Family. I have written a few blog posts to keep you updated on the synod (which … more
November is the month that the Church designates for special remembrance of the dead. It has always seemed to me to be a perfect time for reflection, and not at all in a morbid way. In these days … more
It is the book that somehow surfaces when you need it most—manna for the multi tasker, solace for the stressed. It is the book you stock up on to give to others, to slip in Christmas stockings, to … more
El 4 de octubre de 2015 el Papa Francisco inauguró el Sínodo de la Familia, el cual se prolongará hasta el 25 del mismo mes, en la XIV Asamblea General Ordinaria del Sínodo de los Obispos. El … more
Mr. Pascarella’s comment that “…the Church’s liberal faction that seeks to empathize and placate the secular culture…is a grave mistake” (CNY, Letters, Oct. … more
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