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Kids in Pope’s Shoes
Homeless Americans Wear Benedict’s Gifts

For All the Saints
Secular College Campuses Seeing Catholic Processions

An ‘A’ Plan For Plan B
Connecticut’s Cautionary Tale

Campaigning for Catholics
Ohio Politician Launches Group to Promote Catholic Concerns

Africa’s Catholic Explosion
Cardinal Peter Turkson, archbishop of Cape Coast, Ghana, is one of the leading voices of the Church in Africa.

Will Brownbackers Back Huckabee?
Former Arkansas Governor Appeals to Pro-lifers

The Bishops’ Challenge
On the Possible Outcome of the new “Faithful Citizenship” Document from US Bishops.

UNAIDS Attack on Church Is Unscientific, Scientists Say
NEW YORK — As World AIDS Day approached, the United Nations admitted it had overestimated the number of persons infected with HIV. Might it also correct its perception about condoms?

Teachers Vs. Priests
Unequal Treatment in the Media?

The Baby Birds and Bees
A recent article by Associated Press stated that a certain King Middle School in Portland, Maine decided to make birth control pills available for its students. That’s right, Middle School.

Jesuits Decide Their Future
A spokesman for the Society of Jesus explains what’s happening at the Jesuit General Congregation in Rome.

Cardinal Rode Exhorts Jesuits to Love Church
Calls for religious obedience founded on love.

Prison Programs Raise Questions for Catholics
ST. LOUIS — On its face, the idea for the program sounded good to many: Reduce recidivism by giving prisoners a direction in life.

Tony Blair, Catholic
LONDON — Britain’s former prime minister, Tony Blair, was formally received into the Catholic Church just before Christmas — after months of speculation on the subject.

Seeking Explanation for Religious Naming at Public Hospital
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada often holds itself out to the world as an example of how people of different races and creeds can live in multicultural harmony as equal partners.

Vatican Calls for Worldwide Adoration
VATICAN CITY — After calling for Eucharistic adorers to adopt priests as spiritual children, the Vatican Jan. 4 exhorted believers to seek reparation for abuse victims through the Blessed Sacrament.

Wired for the Word of God
Lectio Divina in the digital age.

Christmas Persecution
BALLIGUDA, India — Christmas is a time of joy and peace. But for many Christians in an India jungle region, Christmas 2007 will haunt them the rest of their lives.

Powder Keg
Defusing Danger in Lebanon's Polarized Environment

Theories of ‘Evolution’
New Sculpture Exhibit Stirs the Pot over Life Issues

What’s in Your Inbox?
E-Hoaxes plague Catholics as well as secular e-mailers.

Church Threatens Shutdown Over Law
Denver’s Archbishop Chaput draws a lLine.

Selling Saints
Catholics to eBay: Stop auctioning relics.

Praying for the Jews
Catholics defend Good Friday petition.

Vietnam Lacks Religious Freedom
Poor overall condition.

Daughters Follow the Risen Lord
Jewish Convert’s New Order of Nuns.

New Issues for Churches in New Political Season
What can a preacher say about moral political issues? As campaign 2008 heats up, so do tax-exempt controversies.

Interview with President Bush
The President talks about important issues for Catholics: the life cause, the Papal visit to the US, the persecution of Christians in Iraq, the boycott of the Beijing Olympics. Check out the exclusive interview with EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo.

Church vs. AIDS in Africa
On Papal visit, HIV/AIDS outreach gives hope.

Pure in Heart America
Educating, inspiring and empowering young people by sharing the Gospel.


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