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Women’s Moral Nobility
In these figures of woman, in whom the marvels of divine grace are manifest, we glimpse the one who will be the greatest: Mary, Mother of the Lord.

Catholic Women in the Arts
Using Feminine Sensitivity to Evangelize through Showbiz

Mary and Women: John Paul II's Thought on Women
Communion and complementarity of man and woman are anchored in the anthropological truth that both are created as an image of the Trinity.

Hillary vs. Women
Candidate Alienating the Sisterhood?

Change of Heart on Women Priests
Sister Sara Butler, a Missionary Servant of the Most Blessed Trinity, is a theologian who in the 1960s and 1970s was one of the leading proponents for women’s ordination. But she now embraces and defends the teachings of the Church on the priesthood.

Degrading Women
Porn among friends is no laughing matter. It degrades and denies the image and likeness of God in women. It degrades the reader, the "consumer" of pornography, as well.

Who’s Your Daddy?
Biological parenthood.

Loving Fathers Wanted
"You know, Ben, people don’t make big stupid mistakes overnight." A short story about the challenges of being a businessman dad.

Flying Pro-Life Dad Tells Teens to Fight the Matrix
Flying pro-life Dad tells teens to fight the Matrix.

Dad
A story of heroic fatherly love.

Can I have a religious vocation even if I struggle with purity?
A person who has sinned seriously in the area of chastity can definitely have a conversion and become a religious.

A New Pregnancy Center Is Born In Illinois
One in every four pregnancies ends in abortion.

Saint Paulinus of Nola an Artist?
"Faith Is the Only Art, and Christ Is My Poetry"

Why Is Saint Basil a Model of Charity?
He is an example for today's Christians

How Did St. Chromatius Handle the Arian Heresy?
A wise teacher and a zealous pastor

What Role Did Saint Jerome Play in the Making of the Bible?
"Ignorance of scripture is ignorance of Christ" - St. Jerome.

Mary and the Eucharist in the Collection of Marian Masses
There are forty-six masses to highlight Mary's Place in the liturgy. Each one of them refers to a special event, title or role of Mary in Salvation history (Collection of Masses of the Blessed Virgin Mary). In some of the texts reference is made to Mary'.

The Woman in Salvation History
There are forty-six masses to highlight Mary's Place in the liturgy.

Gospel Reflection by a Layperson?
No "reflection" of any kind may be given by a layperson during Mass except for those brief, prepared commentaries that may introduce some parts of the celebration according to liturgical norms.

Eucharistic Prayer for the Celebrant(s) Alone?
Why has the Eucharistic Prayer always been reserved to the celebrant/concelebrants? It is worded in first person plural, and so it might seem appropriate for everyone to join in, as in the Credo?

Liturgy Document: What the New Rules Mean?
“Eucharistic ministers” are a thing of the past. They are now to be called “extraordinary ministers of holy Communion.” And decanters or pitchers on the altar for the Precious Blood, glass chalices and earthenware ciboria are no longer permitted.

What is the procedure for the solemn exposition of the Blessed Sacrament?
It may be possible to have perpetual adoration if there is a separate chapel specially dedicated for this purpose.

Dancing during Mass?
Although not specifically mentioned in the instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum, dance can be included in the overall prohibition on introducing elements not contemplated by the liturgical books.

How to Best Prepare to the Sacrament of Eucharist?
A Confession guide.

What Are the Reasons for the Baptism of the Lord and the Sacrament of Confirmation?
Every single one of us is called and anointed. And that’s why confirmation is one of the essential sacraments of initiation.

Eucharist for Non-Catholics?
The Church recognizes that "in certain circumstances, by way of exception, and under certain conditions, access to these sacraments may be permitted, or even commended, for Christians of other Churches and ecclesiastical Communities."

How to Know What the Bible Says When the Experts Fight Like Cats & Dogs?
There are lots of reasons why Catholics don´t read the Bible. But this would change if people could really hear God´s word in Scripture. And we can, if we do three simple things.

Diving into Bible Study
Author Interview with Laurie Watson Manhardt, PhD, Come and See: The Synoptics.

Sacramental Church
The Protestant Church is all about the Bible; the Catholic Church is all about the Sacraments. Right?

Are Catholics Un-Biblical?
Finding Scriptural evidence for Catholic Teaching. First step: Be aware that the Bible is a Catholic published collection of Holy Books.


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