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What About Saint Joseph?
Information on Saint Joseph for his upcoming feast day, March 19th.

Angels Along for the Ride
Author Interview with J.D. Kamps, The Foxhole Angel

Being Uniquely Ourselves on the Path to Saintliness
Author Interview with James Martin, SJ, My Life with the Saints


TEN COMMANDMENTS, STALAG 17, and WHEN IT WAS A GAME
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Ages of Faith and the Faith of Ages
When the papal document "The Declaration on Religious Liberty," was issued in 1965, many Catholics expected it to say that the state should use its authority to inculcate the Catholic religion. Instead, Pope Paul VI emphasized human dignity.

Feast of the Annunciation
Mary lives in faith whose very essence is expansive, literally bodily expansive, a seeking faith that finds much without ever concluding its perusal. With God a final vision is never possible.

Lent’s Spiritual Smorgasbord
Lent can become a spiritual smorgasbord, fulfilling the cravings of our souls, but only if we rise above the level of seeing Lent as a time only for 'giving something up.

You Called?
A priestly or a religious vocation doesn't begin with our choice. God chose it for us. This time we don’t call all the shots.

Making Prayer a Priority
Five Steps to Daily Prayer… Or Your Money Back!

As only a Mother could love
Lucy Vetruse was a novice in a Croatian convent when the leaders of neighboring Serbia began their “purge” of her people.

The Blessed Mary's Land
Excerpted from Christus: A Mystery by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow

The Look in his Eyes
In John Paul II, Brendan found a close friend – in life and death. As did millions of people.

A Daughter of the Islamic Revolution Discovers Christ
Aghi Clovis grew up during the Islamic Revolution in Iran. She tells the Register about her conversion to the Catholic Church.

THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, KAROL: A MAN WHO BECAME POPE, THE JEWELLER’S SHOP
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Holy Week: It’s About Time
Every minute is precious. Christ knew his end was coming, but as for us: who knows how much of it God will give us?

White Smoke!
These events are unforgettable. I thank God for the chance to be present and to witness these events as a future priest. Due to our love for the pope, regardless of who he is, this moment will be with me for the rest of my life.

A Bible for Tweeners
Author Interview with Brian Singer-Towns, Editor: Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics

MATCH POINT, LITTLE MANHATTAN, THE PATRIOT
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Laughing and Loving – One Mom’s Take On the Insanity of Parenting
Author Interview with Lisa Barker, Just Because Your Kids Drive You Insane…Doesn’t Mean You Are A Bad Parent

Someone To Look Up To
A crystal sun lit up the sky as the roar of fighter planes spread out over the waves. The aircraft carriers behind them had long since faded away under the clouds with the rest of the fleet. Suddenly, a plane pulled from the group and began heading ba

Why Crown Mary?
The crowning of Mary's head with a crown as iconographical motif can be traced back to the middle of the 12th century.

Married on a Crucifix
Imagine a world without divorce. Imagine families without separation. Imagine no children or hearts torn apart.

THE NEW WORLD, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2
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National Catholic Register
Weekly Video Picks and Passes from Steven D. Greydanus


The Da Vinci Hoax: Mary Magdalene
The real Mary Magdalene is a far cry from the mythological feminist martyr found in The Da Vinci Code.

Music to Prompt a “Conversation of Heart”
Catholic Music Spotlight Interview with Sharmane Adams, Sharmane


The Forgotten Voice in the Adoption Debate
Dawn Stefanowicz and children like her are the most important voices in the debate over same-sex adoption.

What makes a Family?
Lily Barreto’s world seemed to crumble upon learning of her unborn child’s terminal illness. During the interval between this sad news and her son’s death, her family discovered the singular importance of a mother’s love in the family.

Sticking to What We Know Is Right
Parenting this particularly child involves a little give and take, and much negotiation.

Da Vinci vs. Left Behind
Mark Shea discusses the historic lies that keep arising about the Church.

DUMA, SHILOH & SHILOH 2
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National Catholic Register
Weekly Video Picks and Passes from Steven D. Greydanus



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