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In the Potter’s Hands

By Sister Jeannine Marie, O.C.D.

Yet, O Lord, you are our Father;     we are the clay, and you are our potter;     we are all the work of your hand. Isaiah 64:8 The beautiful allegory skillfully portrayed by the prophet Jeremiah of the visit to the potter’s house has always remi...

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Ash Wednesday 101: Repent and Believe in the Gospel

By Christine Warner

As the priest marks your forehead with ashes in the sign of the cross on Ash Wednesday, he says, “Repent and believe in the Gospel” (Mark 1:15, NASB), or, “For you are dust and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19). These phrases call us to repentance, faith, and humility, whi...

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The Pope Is Catholic After All

By Tim Busch and Mary Rice Hasson

Originally posted in the Wall Street Journal. Catholics, take heart. Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on the Amazon Synod, released Wednesday, is no truth-and-tradition-shredding document. On point after point, the Holy Father reiterates the longstanding teaching of the Catholic Church...

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Nancy Pelosi Just Taught Us A Lesson About The Danger of Tribalism

By Tim Busch

Tribalism in America reached a new low at the end of the State of the Union on February 4th. The Speaker of the House -- the third most powerful elected official in the land -- ripped up her copy of the State of the Union only seconds after President Trump finished delivering the speech. ...

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Catholic University of America’s business school focuses on ethics in the marketplace

By Charles C. Camosy

Originally posted in Crux. [Editor’s Note: Andrew Abela is the founding dean of the School of Business and Economics and Associate Professor of Marketing at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. His research on the integrity of the marketing process, including marketing e...

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Francis X. Maier, Good Servant of a Good Shepherd

By Roxanne King

This article was originally posted in the National Catholic Register. “Christianity is fundamentally about friendship,” says the former Register editor in chief and longtime aide to Archbishop Charles Chaput, “and helping each other get to heaven.” In the late 1970s native N...

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