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‘The Great Dark’ includes the loss of Bob Lockwood, but his...

Growing up on Los Angeles, I never really appreciated the seasons. As the old joke goes, Southern California has only two: brushfire season and...

Vatican summit: Four primary audiences of Pope Francis close meetings with...

VATICAN CITY -- The long-awaited "Meeting on the Protection of Minors in the Church," nicknamed the abuse summit, was an extraordinary and historic gathering...

Path to reform goes through Rome as U.S. bishops scramble to...

By GREG ERLANDSON It is not often when a meeting of all U.S. Catholic bishops is described as having a "consensus of anger." But that...

Sitting on our hands will harm ourselves and those helped by...

By GREG ERLANDSON Tracking the Catholic zeitgeist these days can be a dizzying experience. It helps to have a sense of history, and perhaps a...

Tale of middle children is one of patience, leadership and caregiver

There's something new to worry about these days: the disappearance of the middle child. One of the side effects of shrinking family size is that...

Greg Erlandson: Catholic press can be depressing, but there is hope...

By GREG ERLANDSON People ask how I can do my job as a Catholic editor and journalist these days without being depressed. Actually, it is depressing....

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