Commentary

Love over hate

Evangelization doesn’t simply mean getting someone to join our faith or our church. Evangelization is helping people to have such a relationship with Jesus that love becomes the heart of our lives.
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Amen: Graduates introduced to greatness at Seton Keough

While Seton Keough has closed, Benton, Graves and Dambita – as well as their classmates and underclassmen – will keep the school’s spirit alive.
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Question Corner: No heaven?/A vengeful God?

Is heaven a physical place? Is God vengeful? These are some of the questions Father Kenneth Doyle takes on in this edition of "Question Corner."
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Way beyond the New Atheist nonsense

The Bible teaches that God impressed his intelligibility onto the world through creation by the Word.
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This vacation, listen for God

When we have all the time in the world – namely on vacation – we seem to make even less time for God. May I make a couple of simple prayer suggestions for the summer (or, for that matter, any time).
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Kathy Griffin and the vanishing of argument

when there is no truth, there can be no argument, for argument depends upon a shared appeal to certain epistemic and ethical values.
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Question Corner: Cellphones revisited/ Priest in mortal sin

Father Doyle answers questions about cellphone use in church and the validity of sacraments performed by priests in a state of mortal sin.
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Amen: On a humble man, and famous last words

As a priest, Monsignor Bastress was in fact enlisted to act “in persona Christi” – in the person of Christ – throughout various aspects of his ministry.
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A myth of neutrality

Is human life a gift to be revered, or something to be discarded when it seems unproductive or inconvenient to others? There is still time for all of us to help choose the answer.
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Here comes the bridesmaid

God doesn’t care whether we’re immaculately dressed in fancy clothes or wearing an old bathrobe with sausage grease on the sleeve.
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A brother priest shares his thoughts on Bishop Newman

Bishop Newman’s episcopal model was “To live is Christ.” These few words speak volumes about him as a person. He was a priest and bishop who was loved by everyone who met him.
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Refresh yourself – spiritually, too

If it’s good to dust off the cobwebs in our home, it’s even better to sweep clean your heart and soul.
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