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Pope Benedict XVI....the Great Reformer with a Tenacity for Truth!
Quiet tenacity in pursuit of truth and justice!

Catholics...We Need a Tea Party!
American Catholics should work to present a ProLife platform that stands in theological opposition to all political plans that use legislative loopholes to fulfill the agendas that are contrary to our Catholic beliefs.

Rome Women’s Study Course Coming to U.S.
The four-credit, 64-hour course will be held June 15-24 on the campus of Cazenovia College in the village of Cazenovia in upstate New York.

How to Prove that God Exists?
Theologian and author Brendan Roberts speaks about his upcoming 2nd Edition of "God: Fact or Fiction?"

12-Year-Old American Boy Reaches Out to Haitian Children
Every month, Blare plans to send notebooks, crayons, and yo-yos as well as teddy bears.

Calling All Priests
PICTURE: An international scientific research about priests. Please participate.

Global Warming and the Polar Bear Hoax
Why we should be concerned about global warming.

Climate Happens
Five guidelines for promoting public awareness about the climate crisis

Catholicism 101 Podcasts Coming Up Soon
Introduction to the new Catholic.net podcast service with theologian Brendan Roberts.

Give a Gift that Glorifies God
Interactive online catalog allows people to browse through a list of “gifts” that can be sent to the poor overseas on behalf of a friend or family member.

5 Reasons Why Not to Pull the Plug
Rethinking a proper approach in dealing with patients in Vegetative State (PVS).

The Walls Came Tumbling Down!
Celebrating the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Senators Vote Against Restrictions on Abortion Funding in Healthcare Bill
Majority of Catholic Senators Choose Planned Parenthood Concerns over Bishops

Modern-Day Abolitionists Fight Slavery
Human trafficking is growing, but so are efforts to fight it.

‘Manhattan Declaration’
Christians unite on call to Conscience Statement.

Venerable Karol Wojtyla?
Congregation reportedly recommends next step toward Pope John Paul II’s canonization.

Vatican Reschedules Midnight Mass
Mass for the Solemnity of the Lord’s Nativity in St. Peter’s Basilica to be held at 10 p.m. instead of midnight.

Homophobia: Who's Afraid of Whom?
Are Christians Really Afraid of Homosexuality, or Are Homosexuals Afraid of Christianity?

Mexican Drug Problem: Just Add Water?
Recent measures of control and restriction won’t win in drug wars as much as rooting out all personal corruption.

Religions with Rights
Do religions have rights?

Denying Campus Club Funds Works in Favor of Pro-Life Group
Pro-abortion activists on university campuses across Canada are finding their efforts to suppress the pro-life voice are sometimes self-defeating.

Heart-Altering Power
Ultrasound images convert Planned Parenthood Director.

A Promise Was Fulfilled
But what comes next?

Pro-abortion Emily's List Endorses Catholic Politicians
Eight Catholic woman have been endorsed for the 2010 races.

40 Days, Countless Lives
Saving lives through prayer and sacrifice.

Ultrasound Trumps Culture of Death
No wonder Planned Parenthood fights those who use ultrasound and 4-D imaging in its abortion businesses.

True Vatican II Spirit
Midwestern Bishop takes step toward deepening Council’s vision.

Special Needs, Sanctifying Deeds
Catechizing the developmentally disabled.

Bishops vs. Health-Care Bills
The prospect of American Catholic leaders urging their congregations to actively oppose an overhaul of the nation’s health-care system is becoming increasingly likely.

Rite of Blessing with Archbishop Raymond L. Burke
Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, the Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, presided over the Rite of Blessing of the offices of The Fr. John A. Hardon S.J., Archive and Guild, located in the former convent of the Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis.


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