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What are Catholics’ opinions about faith and science?

Are Catholics more accepting of science than adherents of other religious groups? Yes, an in-depth 2017 survey (1,927 respondents, including 1,010 Catholics) indicated. However -- and...

Movie Review: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

NEW YORK  -- First off, to answer everyone's question about "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" (Focus), the cheerful and reverent documentary about Fred Rogers,...

Robert Kennedy’s faith three-dimensional in books, but two-dimensional on screen

NEW YORK -- By all accounts, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, shot down June 5, 1968, as he ran for the Democratic presidential nomination, was...

People from all walks of life wait hours to pay respects...

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- After the politicians held their morning service Feb. 28, it took members of the public nearly three hours in the...

Eucharistic adoration experiences a gradual comeback

Catholic News Service Eucharistic adoration has been a Catholic worship practice for nearly 1,000 years. Perpetual adoration, where the Eucharist is exposed 24 hours a...

Deacons and their wives

Catholic News Service             Here's one essential acknowledgment for spouses of deacons from Maria Natera: Duty comes first. "You have to get used to the idea that...

Medea’s ‘Boo 2!’ runs out of Halloween comedy and horrror

Catholic News Service There’s a brief moment in “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” in which one desperately hopes that the plot has flickered...

Jackie Chan out for rogue IRA terrorist in ‘The Foreigner’

Catholic News Service Jackie Chan takes a sharp turn from his typically genial screen personality to become the vengeful father of a London terrorist victim...

‘Battle of the Sexes’ when male chauvinism loses on court

Catholic News Service The early 1970s in all its revanchist sexism, double-knit-fabric garishness and choking cigarette smoke is the setting of the coming-of-age story that...

Ecumenical dialogue: Steps of development

Catholic News Service Martin Luther's Reformation may be the only ongoing 500-year-old argument on earth. The theological split inevitably looks to be permanent. Yet, reconciliation between...

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