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Collections on saints, thinkers teach Catholic tradition

“Great Christian Thinkers: From the Early Church through the Middle Ages” by Pope Benedict XVI. Fortress Press (Minneapolis, 2011). 328 pp., $16.99. “A Book of...

Youth Ministry crowns football and soccer champions for 2011

Dialog report Catholic Youth Ministry recently completed its football and soccer seasons with championship games on Nov. 13.  The football games were held at Baynard...

Check out new Catholic News Service video

Visitors to The Dialog website can now click on the Catholic News Service VIDEO link at the bottom of  The Dialog home page’s right-hand...

Hispanic laywomen certified in ministerial leadership

WILMINGTON — Five lay leaders have received certification in ministerial leadership in Hispanic/Latino ministry from the Northeast Hispanic Catholic Center, an institute of the...

A lesson learned through dance

                              The Hispanic Flamenco Ballet delivered a lesson in Latino culture with a performance Monday at St. Elizabeth High School. The HFB, based in Miami,...

Judge rejects request to question Vatican officials in abuse case

PORTLAND, Ore — A federal judge in Portland has declined to order face-to-face questioning of Vatican officials in a lawsuit claiming that the Vatican...

Focus on money ignores human needs, says cardinal

DURBAN, South Africa -- Excessive focus on money is destroying the environment and dehumanizing people, said Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, president of Caritas...

Student news

Catholic school students in all-state choir, chorus The all-state junior chorus and senior choirs have been announced by the Delaware Music Educators Association. For the...

Pope expresses concern for Africa’s educational crisis

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- In his document on the church in Africa, Pope Benedict XVI addressed the educational crisis on the continent, calling...

Sunday Mass is the family meal for Catholics, cardinal says

BOSTON -- Describing Sunday Mass as the "family meal" for Catholics, Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston called Catholics in his archdiocese to more...

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