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Jesus in Times Square: Priests & Nuns Lead Beautiful Eucharistic Procession on Streets of NYC

Originally posted by Church Pop - October 13, 2021 @shalomworldnews, Twitter / Kristin Meyer / ChurchPOP This is so cool! 🤩 The Napa Institute led a Eucharistic procession through the streets of New York City on Oct. 12, the evening before the 104th anniversary of Our Lady of Fat...

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The Pro-Life Movement Is Profoundly American

Originally posted by the National Review - January 19, 2022 The fight for life is the most recent effort to ensure that our country abides by the solemn words of the Declaration of Independence.   People take part in the 37th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., January...

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What Happens If Roe Is Not Overturned?

*Event Announcement* With the rise of pro-life legislation and the possibility of eradicating Roe v. Wade, you may wondering: What happens if Roe is NOT overturned? Don't miss out on this informative event Thursday January 13, 2022 at 12:30pm - 1:45 pm! Please join the Napa Institute and th...

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Archbishop Gomez Addresses Spain, Reflections on the Church and America’s New Religions

Originally posted by L.A. Catholics: ___________________________________________________________________________ Address delivered by video to Congress of Catholics and Public Life Madrid, Spain November 4, 2021   My friends, I am sorry that I cannot be with you in person. But...

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The Right — and Wrong — Way to Overturn ‘Roe v. Wade’

Originally posted by National Catholic Register:    The Right — and Wrong — Way to Overturn ‘Roe v. Wade’ COMMENTARY: If the Supreme Court’s six originalist justices are truly originalists, they will end abortion altogether in their ‘Dobbs’ decision, which should have happen...

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“A New Way of Seeing”: Mission and Renewal in an Apostolic Time

Dear Napa Institute friends and family, This entry of In Vino Veritas features the Napa Institute 2021 Monsignor Herron Dinner with distinguished speaker Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila. Watch the video below to hear his talk entitled, "'A New Way of Seeing': Mission and Renewal in an Apostolic Time"...

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Opinion: Church vandalism is soaring. Here’s why everyone should care.

Employees of the Basilica of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle National Shrine cover its front doors in San Juan, Tex., in May 2020 after graffiti was painted by vandals. (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor via AP, File) Samuel J. Aquila is the Catholic archbishop of Denver and a...

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Build Back Better, But Not For Religious Believers | Opinion

[caption id="attachment_3568" align="alignnone" width="213"] Josh Holdenried pictured[/caption] The Build Back Better Act won't just fundamentally alter the scope and size of American government. It will also further the progressive campaign against religion. Buried in the fine print of a bill l...

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A Book You May Enjoy

Friends of the Napa Institute, I don’t often recommend books, but then I don’t often read books worth recommending. “There’s No Free Lunch: 250 Economic Truths” by David Bahnsen, is an exception. Below is a quick review I wrote, but honestly, you can skip it and just buy the book. I...

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An Italian Experience of Faith and Friendship

The Napa Institute is blessed to have many friends of deep faith. As we prepare for the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons, I thought you might like to read a brief, heartwarming story about some of those friends. It’s about my sister, Karen Busch, and Don and Monica Fischbeck, and their recent jo...

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