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What America’s parishes need: More hunger for Jesus Print E-mail
Friday, 15 March 2013 12:56

Remember that joke from years ago about the little boy who was asked to list the four men associated with the gospels? The teacher says, “Bobby, can you name the four evangelists?” “Sure,” says Bobby. “Matthew, Mark, Luke and Bingo.”

Popularity’s not the point in choosing the next pope Print E-mail
Written by Lou Jacquet   
Friday, 15 February 2013 10:58

The stunning news on Feb. 11 that Pope Benedict XVI has chosen to resign effective Feb. 28 came as such a surprise that apparently only a handful of individuals in the Vatican itself knew the announcement was coming.

Demise of Newsweek’s print edition: A self-inflicted wound Print E-mail
Friday, 26 October 2012 13:58

The report that Newsweek magazine will go all-digital as of the end of 2012 and abandon its print format made headlines this week. But the demise should come as no surprise.

Nellie Gray: A true prophetic voice in the wilderness Print E-mail
Friday, 31 August 2012 10:27

When pro-life activist Nellie Gray died recently at 86, the coverage of her passing was predictably divided into the one percent and the 99 percent.


Gray had died nearly at the same time as Helen Gurley Brown, creator of Cosmopolitan Magazine and a celebrated figure in some circles. So 99 percent of the secular media recalled Brown’s life work with positive accolades while ignoring or covering, in predictably condescending fashion, the efforts of one of America’s foremost pro-life activists for four decades.


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