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The Lord’s Prayer in our own words

When we pray, we usually use formula prayers, those we have recited since childhood, using another’s words, like the Hail Mary. When we mature...

The press is not the enemy of the people

Recently a nationwide effort of at least 350 newspaper editors joined to write support statements of the print media, contending that they are under...

A dream of the end of poverty in America

Martin Luther King had a dream so famous broadcasters show the now grainy film clip of his speech every anniversary of his birth and...

Church changes began in the early years of Christianity

Something that frustrates Catholic conservatives is church changes. How can even popes change what Jesus left us, let alone activist priests, sisters and parishioners?...

Initiation into a lifelong practice of discipleship

It used to be the Epiphany (shining forth of light) that closed out the Christmas season, 40 days after Christ’s birth. Lent gets as...

Racial discrimination both irrational and immoral

The teachers’ magazines and psychology journals narrate the experiment a fifth grade teacher in California did several years ago to convincingly teach the volatile...

Nations should exist to make life better for all

The chasm grows wider. Being a believing American while staying a believing Christian gets harder. Most say that the whole purpose of the economy...

Pope Francis and the free market

How do you feel about this statement concerning big, national economies and how nations do business? “ome people continue to defend trickle-down theories which...

The Holy Family and true ownership of things

We recently saw here how the Lord’s Prayer showed the Lord’s proud attachment to his Jewish roots. We did this with the hope that...

Christianity was founded by an observant Jew

I imagine we older Catholics could be forgiven if we presumed Jesus was a Catholic like us. After all, he started us off by...
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