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Annual March for Life attendance will take a hit because of...

WASHINGTON — While the annual March for Life in Washington is still scheduled for Jan. 29, the cross-country bus pilgrimages that have been at...

Presidential candidates come down on opposite sides of abortion debate

WASHINGTON — Among the top life issues for Catholics are abortion, capital punishment and assisted suicide, but only abortion is addressed by both Democrats...

March for Life 2021: ‘Together Strong: Life Unites’ set to take...

WASHINGTON -- The Sept. 10 announcement of the theme for the March for Life -- "Together Strong: Life Unites" -- made it clear the...

March for Life 2021 still happening; details for safe protest still...

WASHINGTON -- In the midst of the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the annual March for Life rally on the National Mall...

Race and film: Fiction and nonfiction that gives food for thought

NEW YORK — No motion picture drama has had the power to change minds the way the on-video death of George Floyd in the...

“Eat, Fast, Feast” book offers helpful guides for Lenten disciplines

"Eat, Fast, Feast: Heal Your Body While Feeding Your Soul -- A Christian Guide to Fasting" by Jay W. Richards. HarperOne (San Francisco, 2020)....

Pro-life leaders say low abortion rate good news but not complete...

WASHINGTON  — The pro-life community is cheering a report released Sept. 18 that indicates the number and rate of abortions nationwide have fallen to...

Georgetown panel discussion examines ‘a wounded church and divided nation’

WASHINGTON — An air of resignation and frustration overtook Georgetown University’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life panel as it discussed the...

Panelists talk about fighting abortion, ‘resisting a throwaway culture’

WASHINGTON — Abortion not only goes against the dignity of every living being and is rooted in violence and misogynistic notions of male superiority,...

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...

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