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October 1, 2014

What is Love? A Crust for the Critics

Returning to the diabolical trinity from your humble writer’s post from last week, we look deeper at the importance of procreation in defining the marital bond.
October 17, 2014

Lord, Have Mercy

In the Synod on the Family, there is a lot of discussion about mercy. As Pope Francis said a year ago, the Catholic Church is a
October 24, 2014

Cast Your Nets

One of the themes to emerge from the debates and discussions surrounding the Synod on the Family is the counter-cultural nature of traditional values. Yuval Levin,
October 29, 2014

The Last Words of 30 Saints

As we approach the end of the liturgical year, we draw our attention to the last things that await beyond the grave. The great feasts of
November 1, 2014

‘Liturgical Dress’: Wearing God’s Word Every Day

James R. Celoni is a music director for his parish and, for a living, he’s a “technical evangelist”for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, helping parishes, schools
May 5, 2017

Religious Freedom is a Journey, Not the Destination

Thursday was a good day for Little Sisters of the Poor and for anyone who cares about religious liberty. On one end of Pennsylvania Avenue, President
August 4, 2017

Dressing-Down the Knights of Columbus’ New Uniform

According to multiple sources in Catholic media, during the 135th Convention of the Knights of Columbus, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson made an announcement that the Fourth
August 17, 2021

Shia LaBeouf to Play St. Padre Pio in Upcoming Film

CV NEWS FEED // Actor Shia LaBeouf has signed on to play a young Padre Pio, the Italian Capuchin friar who later received the stigmata, worked