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The Most Holy Rosary

By Fr. James Moore, O.P.

We are inundated with a LOT of bad news these days.  This bad news is in politics – where the rancor often causes people to wars of words.  Violence also plagues our streets as does the plight of homelessness and addiction.  Attacks on human life continue – especially the most vulnerable...

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How We Can Strive to Model Mary’s Humility

By Christine Warner

The virtue of humility is often misunderstood, considered as belittling one’s worth in recognition of God’s greatness and our sinfulness. Humility does involve denial of self and acknowledgement of our lowliness, but it also means realizing the depth of God’s love for us. Sincere humility...

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Napa Institute and Catholic Action for Faith and Family Set to Host Priest Conference in Denver, October 28th-30th, 2019

By Kate Bryan, Media Contact

Cardinal Raymond Burke and Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller to Welcome Brother Priests Denver, CO (October 10th, 2019) - The Napa Institute and Catholic Action for Faith and Family, in partnership with Confraternity of Catholic Clergy and the Archdiocese of Denver, are set to host a conferenc...

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Unleashing Human Flourishing

By Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley

We hear a lot of talk about flourishing in our culture today and it’s a good thing to talk about and deeply ponder. Christians have a unique perspective to offer the world on this most important topic. In a world where people struggle for meaning and purpose we can return to scripture as our ...

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How liberal Catholics are promoting division in the church

By Timothy R. Busch, Founder of the Napa Institute

Originally posted in the New York Post Pope Francis turned heads last month when he declared, “I am not afraid of schisms.” He also said, “I pray this won’t happen.” The pontiff was responding to claims about conservative American Catholics supposedly trying to divide the Catholic ...

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Two Capitalisms

By Dr. Andrew Abela

The growing interest in socialism among millennials seems to be motivating some to try once again to square the socialist circle with Catholicism – an impossible task. Articles in the Catholic press with titles like “The Catholic turn to socialism is something to celebrate,” “Yes, democ...

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