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Prayer against tornadoes? Are the rich evil?

No, riches don’t necessarily doom people to hell. It depends what they do with those riches...
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Death without dignity in the nation’s capital

The Council of the District of Columbia and the mayor have approved a law allowing physician-assisted suicide. Under Article I of our Constitution, Congress has legislative authority over the district and can block that law. Here are three nonpartisan reasons why it should do so.
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‘The Case for Christ’ and a stubbornly historical religion

The Case for Christ is interesting for any number of reasons, but I think it is particularly compelling for its subtle portrayal of the psychological, spiritual, and intellectual dynamics of evangelization.
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How do we find God?

Father Joseph Breighner offers three tips for getting closer to God.
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Amen: Love and sex in a poisonous culture

“People really want to be challenged to be better than even they think they can be,” Father Matthew Buening said.
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A week of turmoil and triumph

Each year, we celebrate the most momentous week in all of history, a week filled with turmoil and triumph: Holy Week.
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Amen: Father Mike’s field hospital

“Some focus on a specific issue, Father Bialek said of Father Mike Orchik. “He wants to help all people, regardless of their situation.”
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Amen: Can Big Brother make you virtuous?

A government can’t make its citizens virtuous by bribing them or threatening them with punishment.
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Amen: Holy Ghost Power

If one of the features the Review publishes in the coming year moves you or your neighbor to give even more, it will fulfill its purpose.
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What are you thankful for?

The Catholic Review traveled across the Archdiocese of Baltimore to ask parishioners, students, alumni and religious one question: What are you thankful for?
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After invective, what do we do?

Now that the election is over, let’s agree to disagree and do it with civility and respect for others.
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