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Spicer-Mullikin children’s book draws national recognition

The National Funeral Directors Association issued the inaugural Richard Myers Pinnacle Award on Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory in New Castle County, Delaware. In recognition...

Shared passion for Catholic education helps bring supporters, educators together

Barbara Snively and Francis Tafelski share a passion for Catholic school education but differ in how they show that desire. Snively is principal of Holy...

Father Balducelli to be remembered on Catholic Forum on Aug. 5...

Catholic Forum, the radio program/podcast produced by the Office of Communications of the Diocese of Wilmington, will present a two-part interview with Rev. Roberto...

After 50 years, it’s finally time to consider the wisdom of...

By TONY MAGLIANO On July 25, 1968 – in the midst of the “sexual revolution” which aggressively promoted premarital sex, pornography, homosexual activity and artificial...

Take personal responsibility for society’s polarization, fissures

By FATHER JOSEPH MPR COCUCCI The definition of the word “fracture” is “the cracking or breaking of a hard object or material.” You can fracture...

Christopher White: Unfettered message from youth to help church get to...

By CHRISTOPHER WHITE Speaking at a recent ordination of new priests in Ireland, Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said changes in the today's culture must lead...

Father Eugene Hemrick: More eloquence, please

FATHER EUGENE HEMRICK After making a giant step forward in modern communications, have we also taken two steps backward? Thanks to the internet, people are communicating...

John Garvey: Oh, Canada, your court sheds no light on thee

By JOHN GARVEY Things have come to a sorry pass in Canada. Trinity Western University, the country's largest privately funded Christian university, was established by...

Hosffman Ospino: Invest in tomorrow’s Catholic leaders today

By HOSFFMAN OSPINO Catholics in the United States have excelled in developing amazing structures and resources for pastoral leadership formation at all levels in seminaries,...

Diversity is part of our lives in America if only more...

By GREG ERLANDSON My wife and I moved from the Midwest to the East Coast a few years ago. There was a predictable amount of...

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