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McCarrick progression

McCarrick progression

News reports in the first week in October took my breath away. Happenings at the Vatican seized my attention. First, Pope Francis announced the creation of an investigation to study how and why the ex-cardinal, Theodore McCarrick, went as far as he di… read on

A society without truth

A society without truth

John 18:38. “What is truth?” That verse is one of the defining moments in Scripture to the secular world. Jesus has been hauled before Pilate, the pagan Roman governor in Jerusalem. Pilate demands to know if Jesus claims to be “King of the Jews.” “You… read on

Opinion: Three reasons it’s time for Christians to bag Santa

Opinion: Three reasons it’s time for Christians to bag Santa

If a young child figures out the truth about Santa Claus, he typically is instructed not to tell other children for fear of spoiling the story for them. But if a child believes in Santa, she is never instructed to keep the story to herself. This does … read on

Editorial: A revolution of love

Editorial: A revolution of love

Two days after counterprotestors clashed with white nationalists at an “alt-right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Washington Post ran an article about the science behind racism. “Why are people still racist?” the headline asked. Two scientist… read on

Letters to the Editor for May 14-20, 2017

Letters to the Editor for May 14-20, 2017

Science reflects natural truths, but those truths can be exploited Re: “Faith and science” (Editorial, May 7-13). I certainly am no scientist and did poorly in my science courses in high school and college, with the exception of biology, in which I w… read on

A real ratings killer

A real ratings killer

The Lifetime cable channel is one of the many bottom feeders hanging around the current television industry. Not a premium channel, it is a toss-in for cable subscribers, one of those myriad stations a couch potato usually surfs past between looking f… read on

Stemming the tide

Stemming the tide

It is a new day, and it dramatically is affecting the Catholic Church, along with other religious denominations. No end is in sight. Until now, a strong factor in very many Catholics’ religious lives was their attachment to a Catholic “culture.” Often… read on

Editorial: Cycle of nonviolence

Editorial: Cycle of nonviolence

Pope Francis’ trip to Egypt at the end of April, the 18th overseas trip of his pontificate, began under a cloud of violence and fear due to the Palm Sunday bombings of two Coptic Orthodox churches in the country three weeks earlier. The bombings natur… read on

Coptic Christians

Coptic Christians

Coptic Christianity suddenly was in the headlines. It was good news at first. Pope Francis was planning to visit Egypt. He would meet Coptic Christians while there. Then, the news was bad. Terrorists bombed Coptic Christian churches on Palm Sunday, sl… read on

The Benefits of Reconciliation

The Benefits of Reconciliation

Category 22 (Reconciliation) – The Benefits of Reconciliation, The Hidden Treasure that is Confession Click here to read it now. read on