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  • Is the “Marian Option” the key to saving civilization?

    Is the “Marian Option” the key to saving civilization?

    • Jul 18, 2017

    If we want to talk about conversions, protection from enemies, battling heresy, building culture and so on, Mary’s influence is unparalleled. In “The Marian Option,” Dr. Carrie Gress says even if it does appear that the power of evil is winning in today’s world, we know that Mary is still more powerful.

  • Organizer hopes Pope’s trip to Chile triggers ‘revolution of affection’

    Organizer hopes Pope’s trip to Chile triggers ‘revolution of affection’

    • Jul 15, 2017

    According to one of the organizers of Pope Francis’s upcoming January outing to Chile and Peru, the trip couldn’t come at a better time, offering the hope of a “revolution of affection” for a society in Chile increasingly caught up both in national tensions and also cross-border disputes with its neighbors, any of which could turn violent.

  • Conley: Evangelizing includes thinking outside the bureaucratic box

    Conley: Evangelizing includes thinking outside the bureaucratic box

    • Jul 13, 2017

    Catholic bishops may have a lot of bureaucratic duties to perform, but that doesn’t mean bishops believe the solution to the Church’s problems is always bureaucratic. Pressed for an example of evangelical creativity, for instance, Bishop James Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, points to a lawyer who sets up tables at Husker football games every weekend, handing out rosaries and answering questions about Catholicism.