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Viewpoint: A resurrected vision for our suffering world

Although it is Easter season, for much of the world it still feels like Good Friday. Countless people throughout the world continue to carry painfully...

Commentary — Marching for Life is not enough

What a sight! Over 25 times from the top of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., I have seen a sea of people marching to...

Commentary: A king’s advice to a president

  I believe it is no mere coincidence that the U.S. national holiday celebrating the inspiring life of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. (Jan. 16)...

Commentary: Reflecting on the pope’s 2017 World Day of Peace message

“May charity and nonviolence govern how we treat each other as individuals, within society and in international life.” This statement written by Pope Francis...

Longing for Christmas peace in the Holy Land

During this wonderful time of the year, when Christians throughout the world focus minds and hearts on the coming of God upon the earth...

Voting is over, now the hard work begins

  For those of us using the Gospel and Catholic social teaching as our voting guide, choosing between the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates was...

The world needs more saints

Most likely you are reading this shortly before the U.S. presidential election. America’s next leader will have the means at hand to do tremendous good...

Viewpoint: ‘War is never a necessity,’ Pope Francis has said —...

We need to do something. With the barbaric Islamic State now controlling large portions of Iraq and Syria, and inflicting rape, torture and beheading...

Viewpoint: Pope Francis and the ‘economy of exclusion’

Think about it. According to the United Nations, approximately 1.2 billion people live in extreme poverty throughout the world. Clean water and sanitation, adequate...

Viewpoint Two newest saints were voices for the voiceless

Saints Popes John XXIII and John Paul II prophetically raised their voices on behalf of the suffering masses. The two popes, who will be...

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