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Father Patrick Winslow: The greatest lie
The greatest lies always possess an aspect of truth. Nobody believes a bold-faced lie that lacks even the semblance of truth. These are the weakest of lies. Who would believe that two plus two equals seven? On the other hand, good lies sell...Read More...
William L. Esser IV: Catholic discrimination
I discriminate. So do you. Every day in fact. Yup, we are each guilty of discriminating. And I hope you are proud of it. After all, to discriminate means "to make a clear distinction; to distinguish." The blue tie, or the red tie. Orange juice...Read More...
Thomas R. Ascik: Catholics first to introduce religious freedom to the American Colonies
During the Fortnight for Freedom which just concluded July 4, the American bishops encouraged Catholics to think about religious freedom and the threats it faces today. It is not always recognized or appreciated that our country is both the...Read More...
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'HOMELESS': Winston-Salem teen stars in film, hopes to raise awareness
CLEMMONS — Michael McDowell, a recent graduate of Bishop McGuinness High School, is a musician. He plays the guitar and has spent many hours in a recording studio. Over the past few months, he's also spent a fair amount of time on the film...Read More...
St. Vincent de Paul teen produces two award-winning pro-life documentaries
CHARLOTTE — A Charlotte teen drew on family inspiration to create a documentary on Eunice Kennedy Shriver and the Special Olympics that took first place in North Carolina and that she hopes can win a national competition. Catherine McMillan,...Read More...
Looking for parish-based services? Yeah, there's an app for that
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In an increasingly mobile and digital world, Catholic parishes and other institutions are finding that the ubiquitous mobile app can work for them. More parishes are going the app route, and more companies are tailoring...Read More...
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