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Amen: Extra-curricular anecdotes of an unforgettable educator
Feb 05 2016
Many parents and alumni say Catholic schools are one of the most consistent sources of quality in education. It’s a fact.

Little Sisters of the Poor on Supreme Court case: Why we can’t “just sign the form”
Feb 04 2016
Contrary to how it is often presented, Form 700 is neither a simple declaration of conscientious objection, nor an “opt out” regarding the HHS Contraceptive Mandate. Form 700 is a permission slip.

Reasons abound to love Catholic schools
Feb 04 2016
Thanks to their school, they are embracing our faith as a part of daily life and making it their own.

Not that Baltimore
Feb 02 2016
I went to Louisville, Ky., to visit my parents over the Christmas holiday and had an opportunity to reconnect with family and friends. I was a bit surprised at how many of them asked me about the current state of Baltimore City as though it had just suffered some catastrophic event.

Pope Francis and the Evangelicals
Jan 27 2016
(The Church) should lead today as it led two thousand years ago, with the stunning news that Jesus Christ is the Lord, and the joy of that proclamation should be as evident now as it was then.

Blizzard shows us there is no such thing as the 'rugged individual'
Jan 26 2016
Being limited by snow reminds us of one fundamental issue. There is no such thing as the “rugged individual.”

Why I am pro-life
Jan 19 2016
When I was a child, every time my parents were expecting a baby, they spoke of how fortunate we were. Every baby is a gift from God, they told me. I wondered why God had given six children to our family. How could we be so, so lucky? But we were.

Our Back Pages: Unmasking the mysterious Xavier Rynne
Jan 11 2016
Redemptorist Father Francis X. Murphy, the mysterious Vatican insider who used the “Xavier Rynne” pseudonym to publish detailed reports about intrigue at the Second Vatican Council, acknowledged his true identity to readers of the Catholic Review 25 years ago.

Embracing a resolution that will last
Jan 07 2016
Imagining change is easy. Implementing change is difficult. That’s why I question most resolutions. What you want is probably a good thing, but to reach that goal, you need to think of the journey as much as the destination.

God has become one with us, and we have become one with God
Jan 04 2016
Our job is not to make the world Christian. Our job is to so allow the God who lives in us to live through us.