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The White House and the Congress Are Hurting the Church, and We Must Stop It

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By: Deal W. Hudson The present White House is having a huge impact on the Church in America.  It’s typical to hear talk about the influence of the Church on politics, but at the present moment the influence is definitely …

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Joining a Church of Saints and Sinners

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Nicholas Dunn, a student at The King’s College in Manhattan, will be coming into the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil Saturday night. Nick has written a thoughtful piece on what the Church really stands for, and why, he, during …

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Why Does the Media Hate the Church?

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By Deal Hudson It’s sad to watch the New York Times and the Washington Post, along with MSNBC, attack Benedict XVI.  The story they concocted over the past few weeks, with the help of retired Bishop Rembert Weakland about Rev. …

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Breaking News From CatholicVote.org

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This just in from CatholicVoteAction.org! There are two things you should know: First, Thomas Peters, The American Papist, who now blogs for CatholicVote.org will be on Hannity tonight discussing Henry Knox’s verbal attacks on Pope Benedict XVI. Second, the president …

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Welcome to the Internet, Catholic Priests

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Pope Benedict XVI likes the possibilities presented by the Internet for priests to evangelize. He thinks they should take advantage of digital media to spread the Word. The Holy Father is not asking priests to abandon more traditional means of …

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Benedict XVI Reminds World's Diplomats Peace Includes the Unborn

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As CNS reports, Pope Benedict XVI, meeting today in the Vatican with diplomats from 178 countries, told those assembled that, “The denial of God distorts the freedom of the human person, yet also devastates creation.” Much of the pope’s address …

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