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Author explores move from ‘How dare you market God?’ to ‘How...

WASHINGTON — How do you market somebody you can’t even take a lunch with? Fortunately, if you remember the Baltimore Catechism, there’s no need for...

Following petition to abolish federal death penalty, documentary chronicles murder case...

WASHINGTON — “The Phantom,” a new documentary on a capital murder case gone awry, is being released in theaters amid a Catholic Mobilizing Network...

Bishop OK sainthood causes for Father Joseph Verbis Lafleur, Leonard LaRue

WASHINGTON — The U.S. bishops gave their go-ahead to two dioceses to continue their efforts to make their case for a priest and a...

Twin brothers Luke and Ben Daghir on the path to priesthood...

WASHINGTON -- Not a day goes by that identical twins Luke and Ben Daghir don't get confused for each other. It's probably even more confusing...

Movie and television dads, once the hapless foil, are strong figures...

WASHINGTON — We’ll always have Homer Simpson with us. The animated bumbler was designed to be the antithesis to the got-it-all-under-control father types like...

Forty-five years in, future of Hyde Amendment in Congress is uncertain

WASHINGTON — The Hyde Amendment, born in 1976, has had a fairly long congressional history, but it could be marked for extinction. The amendment, which...

The late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago laid groundwork for addressing...

WASHINGTON -- When Cardinal Joseph L. Bernardin of Chicago developed a comprehensive plan over a two-year period, in 1991 and 1992, to address clerical...

Interfaith activists present plan to Biden administration to speed up reunification...

WASHINGTON -- An interfaith collection of religious activists is asking the Biden administration to step up the pace of family reunification to remedy the...

Panelists debate what gets people out of poverty and keeps them...

WASHINGTON — What methods work best at getting people out of poverty — and keeping them out — was the subject of debate during...

Emotional, psychological and physical trauma of coronavirus pandemic beginning to be...

WASHINGTON   -- The psychological and emotional trauma of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is only now beginning to be felt, and is bound to keep...

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