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One nation, under judgment, with consequences for all

No one expects this past summer’s Federal court decision striking “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance to stand. Indeed, after a day of being vilified from coast to coast […]

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A resurrection story

In the early twentieth century, Metropolitan Andrei Sheptyts’kyi — Major-Archbishop of Lviv,  leader of the Greek Catholic Church in Ukraine, and a giant figure in modern Catholicism — began to […]

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General Savage and the bishops

This month, in Rome, newly-ordained bishops from all over the world will meet for several days at what Roman wags call “Bishops’ Camp” or “Baby Bishops School.” The idea, launched […]

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Courageous Catholicism

This past May, after four months of full immersion in the Catholic Crisis of 2002, it struck me that a book was in order: a book that described what the […]