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- Rosary set for Sunday for families of Colo. woman attacked, unborn baby killed
- Easter basket blessing planned at St. Thomas Aquinas
- Cycling4LIFE will go from Beech to Beach for KAMPN fundraiser April 4-16
- New Sparta cemetery receives blessing
- VIDEO: College students help build Habitat House in Huntersville
- St. Patrick's Day dinner benefits Catholic education
- 75th anniversary year ends at St. Patrick Cathedral
Deacon James Toner: What we know that ain't so: Gud Edjakashun
What we think is the right road About five years ago, Mark Bauerlein challenged readers by contending that we must learn not to trust anyone under the age of 30. What he called "the dumbest generation" has achieved "viewer literacy," Bauerlein...Read More...
Anne Tinsdale: Offer it up
"Offer it up": the great mantra of our beloved Catholic school nuns! What did they know that we can learn about sacrifice and suffering? On a purely human level the value and necessity of sacrifice and suffering is difficult to imagine, but...Read More...
Robert D. Potter Jr.: What's wrong with homosexual marriage?
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to consider whether a state is required to recognize homosexual "marriage" under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. In the flood of secular media messages and accounts, many Catholics may be confused and even...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
Woodworker uses gifts to make crosses, encourage families
LINCOLNTON — A member of St. Dorothy Church in Lincolnton has turned to using his woodworking gifts to make wooden crucifixes and encourage other families to strengthen their relationship with God, after he and his own family went through...Read More...
Creating 3-D image of Crucifixion has 'enriched my soul,' says artist
NEW ORLEANS — Jed Malitz appends "V2" to the name of his art gallery in New Orleans' Warehouse District. The "V2" stands for "Version 2" — both in art and in life. Inside Malitz's gallery, floor-to-ceiling black drapes bisect the rectangular...Read More...
Relics can be key to understanding life in Jesus' time, Jesuit says
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Is the Shroud of Turin real, as many Catholics believe? Or is it a product of the 14th century, as suggested by tests conducted of strips taken from the shroud? Does it matter at all -- and, if it does, how much does it...Read More...