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To the Editor: In a story in the May 15 issue, “U.N. Committee Asks About Clergy Sex Abuse,” the leaders of the Church feel it incumbent to acquiesce to the United Nations on a … more
As a concerned world looked on last weekend, the last Christians fled from Mosul, Iraq. They were under active threat by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, which had taken over the … more
To the Editor: In the July 10 issue, the article “Prescription for a Better Marriage: Start Dating” warrants a comment. I lost my wife on Jan. 2, 2014. My wife and I had an … more
To the Editor: I would like to share one of my insights that I remember about Father John O’Hara, now Bishop-designate O’Hara, while he was the pastor of St. Teresa’s parish … more
To the Editor: Through the years we have all witnessed the steady and increasing decline of silence in all Catholic churches, which indirectly contributes to the heartbreaking reality that … more
To the Editor: In a story in your May 15 issue, Cardinal Walter Kasper says, “It is inconsistent for the Church to teach that every sin can be forgiven, yet withhold access to … more
As Michael Meigh recalls, he was doing some work in his backyard June 16—the day after Father’s Day, in fact—when he felt like he needed a break from pouring cement footings. It was hot outside … more
Sorry for pestering you again about our strategic pastoral planning— “Making All Things New” —but, it’s very much on my mind, as I know it is yours. Three recent incidents were very … more
A lo largo de la historia los hombres han buscado a Dios de diversas maneras, como quien busca un tesoro escondido, o una perla preciosa de enorme valor. Todas las religiones son, en el fondo, … more
Las Conferencias Episcopales de cinco países les hicieron un llamado a los católicos, a los políticos y a la sociedad en general para que se atiendan los factores que causan un flujo de menores … more
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