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The Napa Institute Announces Former Governor Scott Walker and Senator Lindsey Graham To Speak at The NI Summer Conference

By Kate Bryan, Media Contact

Gov. Walker and Sen. Graham Join Impressive List of Speakers including Cardinal Raymond Burke, Dr. Gianna Emanuela Molla - daughter of St. Gianna Beretta Molla, George Weigel, Kathryn Lopez, Dr. Tim Gray, and Jim Daly Napa, CA. (July 1st,  2019) – Today, the Napa Institute announced that ...

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Community and Formation for This Catholic Moment

By Christine Warner

Fellowship and community are needed to persevere and grow in our Catholic faith and leadership. The support and accountability of our friends, family, mentors, and peers prevent us from traveling alone on our faith journey.  We can proactively seek out opportunities for fellowship a...

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A Reflection On The Eucharist

By Mother M. Assumpta Long, OP

Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper” is arguably the most famous painting of the Eucharist. His image is charged with tension. Christ sits in the middle of the Apostles and his arms are wide open in self-giving. The painting portrays the moment when Jesus offers his life for ours, and t...

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What Catholic bishops must do to prevent sexual abuse and hold clergy accountable

By Timothy R. Busch, Founder of the Napa Institute

The Roman Catholic Church has been plagued by sexual abuse scandals for years. Here's what it can do to clean up now and to prevent future abuse. Originally published in USA Today. Rarely do Americans pay attention to the biannual assemblies of the nation’s Roman Catholic bish...

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Treat Her Like a Queen: Mary’s Queenship in Scripture

By Dr. Edward Sri

From a Biblical perspective, Mary’s queenship makes a lot of sense. In ancient Israel, it was the king’s mother who reigned as queen, not the king’s wife. Most kings in this period had large harems. King Solomon, for example, had 700 wives and 300 concubines (1 Ki...

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Fitting the Rosary Into Your Busy Lifestyle

By Christine Warner

“I’m so busy.” How many times have you said or heard that? Probably countless times. Being “busy” is our status quo. We all have things to do, people to see, and places to go. There’s never enough time. But we can, and should, make time for prayer every day. And during the m...

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