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Washington Times: Brett Kavanaugh’s priorities are faith and family

By Ashley McGuire and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer – – Tuesday, July 17, 2018 President Trump just introduced to the nation his nominee for the next justice on the U.S. Supreme Court: Brett Kavanaugh. Judge Kavanaugh then introduced the nation to someone perhaps a bit unexpected: Monsignor John Enzler. In a short and…

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Book Review: The Eight Doors of the Kingdom: Meditations on the Beatitudes

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Father Jacques Philippe has authored yet another insightful book on faith and the interior life — this time addressing the mystery of the beatitudes. The Eight Doors of the Kingdom: Meditations on the Beatitudes opens for readers each of the “doors” to everlasting happiness Christ…

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TCA Statements on Alfie Evans Case

April 26, 2018 “It’s confusing and disappointing to see the Catholic leadership in the U.K., both the bishops and lay leaders like Austen Ivereigh of Catholic Voices U.K., abandon Catholic social teaching and split from the Pope by defending the government instead of Alfie and his…

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The Stream: ‘Examples of Light’: The Women of TCA

What do a lawyer, an author, a senior policy advisor and a doctor have in common? They’re the women at the helm of The Catholic Association (TCA). It’s a non-profit group dedicated to being “a faithful Catholic voice in the public square.” These women aren’t…

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Examiner: Conor Lamb’s whopper of a lie on Catholicism and abortion

By Maureen Ferguson Remember when President Barack Obama insulted small-town Pennsylvania voters by saying they bitterly “cling to guns or religion”? In next week’s special election, there is a strange new twist to this condescending attitude towards people of faith coming from the Democratic congressional…

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CNA: Book Review “Plan of Life: Habits to Help You Grow Closer to God”

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Praise abounds for Father Roger Landry’s engaging book, Plan of Life: Habits to Help You Grow Closer to God. Heavy-hitters in the defense of the faith – like George Weigel and Mary Eberstadt – as well as influential Church leaders, such as Boston’s…

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The Hill: Trump’s UN migrant nominee has a record to put his petty critics to shame

By Ashley McGuire When the Battle of Mosul was underway, Americans went about their lives as usual, maybe catching an update here and there on CNN or in their local paper. Not Ken Isaacs. Two months into the dangerous but critical mission to liberate the region…

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Angelus: Becoming the right person by living God’s wayBecoming the right person by living God’s way

By Grazie Christie This year, I had the usual resolutions all made and ready for 2018. I was going to start exercising regularly, and my desk was going to be clean and orderly all the time, not just occasionally. But I cheerfully ditched these minor…

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Metro is being a Scrooge this Christmas

By Ashley McGuire Step aside Ebenezer, there’s a new Scrooge in town. This Advent, the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., was forced to sue the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority after the agency rejected the archdiocese’s Christmas ad for Metro trains and buses. Last Friday, the district court ruled against the…

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Rejecting ‘the perfect gift’

By Grazie Pozo Christie The rate at which Christmas is being leached of spiritual meaning and replaced with frenzied online shopping isn’t increasing fast enough for some. In Washington D.C., the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) rejected a Metrobus advertisement from the Archdiocese of Washington that encouraged people…

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