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Dalai Lama Admits His Office is a Man Made Institution

(TIME) The Dalai Lama has conceded that the title may die with him and that it is “up to the Tibetan people” to decide whether someone follows him. In... More →

Torture Is Never Justified

Phil Lawler has what may be considered by some traditional-minded Catholics a “controversial” article on Catholic Culture website on this current issue of the CIA’s use of torture to... More →

G.F. Handel: Dixit Dominus

Doing some research for a series of classes I’m giving on Handel’s Messiah, I came across this fun fact on Wikipedia: In Italy Handel met librettist Antonio Salvi, with... More →

Sheep in Bethlehem in December?

Yes, sheep in the hills of Bethlehem and in December.  And, yes, the Birth of Christ was on December 25. Brother André wrote a noteworthy  article for this website... More →

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Far from being what the world thinks it is, namely, the shopping season between Black Friday and Christmas Day, Advent is the Church’s time of penitential preparation for the feast of the Nativity. More than that, Advent prepares us for the two comings of Jesus in time and for His three births. At Christmastime, we will hear a lot... More →

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U.S. Counties Named After Catholics

Not only hundreds of cities, towns, and rivers, but many counties throughout the United States bear a Catholic origin, either on account of being named after a saint, our Lady, or some mystery of the Faith. These following, however, stand out particularly for obvious reasons. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.

 

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