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Catholicism in the Age of Scandal

Religious Literacy

August 1, 2019

Catholicism in the Age of Scandal

Damning headlines and unforgivable scandal have, in recent times, become synonymous in the media with the Catholic Church,...

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How a Jew and Roman Catholic Make Their Marriage Work

Tolerance

May 9, 2019

How a Jew and Roman Catholic Make Their Marriage Work

I was raised Roman Catholic and my husband was raised Jewish. I had my First Communion at the age of 6 and my husband had...

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How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization

Religious Literacy

February 15, 2019

How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization

While I certainly didn’t have anything against the Catholics, I really didn’t know much about the religion.

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Communication Is the Key

Religious Literacy

January 15, 2019

Communication Is the Key

One Catholic priest known to me only as Father Donovan, whom my parents had befriended, attended many of our family picnics,...

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What a Catholic Taught Me About Civil Discourse

Tolerance

August 26, 2018

What a Catholic Taught Me About Civil Discourse

Sometimes YOU (not the other guy) are the one who has to change. I’ve learned that many times in my life.

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One Way to Give Peace a Chance, Among Religions

Religious Literacy

November 13, 2017

One Way to Give Peace a Chance, Among Religions

As a child, I vaguely remember listening to adults talk and sometimes argue about whose religion was the “true religion.”...

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Religion in Schools: Does it Work?

Religious Freedom

October 17, 2017

Religion in Schools: Does it Work?

“Religious studies” should, in my view, be just that—a comparative study of a whole array of religions, giving an overview...

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