Anti- or Ante-Christian?

We currently live in an anti-Christian society, but perhaps our culture is open to the Good News of Jesus Christ.

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FOCUS Missions: Encountering Jesus Christ in Our Neighbor

FOCUS Missions is transforming the lives of students and preparing them to be life-long disciples of Jesus Christ.

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Archbishop Carlson’s Tips on Evangelization

A number of years ago, Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis wrote a pastoral letter on evangelization called “Go and Announce the Gospel of the Lord.” Here are a few of the key points.

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Jesus Christ Offers True Freedom

The Fourth of July is an apt time to reflect upon what freedom truly is because it marks not only the United States of America’s 240th year since the Declaration of Independence, but also the end of the USCCB’s Fortnight for Freedom.

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Jesus Christ is the Core of Evangelization

Jesus Christ must be the core of our message when we evangelize.

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Deacon’s Corner: Two Young Women

A reflection from Deacon Vincent Bernardin.

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An Easter Reflection

The culmination of the Christian year is soon upon us.  Since February, when we donned sack-clothes and ashes, and entered into penance and fasting, the world has moved on much as before.  The parade of violence and distress has not ceased.  Just this week, we watched the violent horrors unfold in Brussels and gathered with […]

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Scalia, A Powerful Witness to Jesus Christ

In this recent article from the NCRegister, Joan Desmond reports the powerful witness Fr. Paul Scalia gave to the world at his father’s, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, funeral Mass.  He completely surprised everyone in attendance when spoke the following words: We are gathered here because of one man. A man known personally to many of us, […]

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