Living and Communicating the Good Catholic Life: Scot Landry Talks Catholic Voices USA

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Who are we? If we’re Catholic, our faith should mean something in what we do, what we say, and how we say it. That’s no small part of the message of Pope Francis’ media outreach. And it’s at the heart of the mission of Catholic Voices, started in England in 2010 Over the last year or [Read More...]

Want to Win the Race? Meet these Women. Walk with these Women.

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Our culture has an overwhelming treasure in the rich history of good, strong, dynamic, courageous women who understood the human condition, lived lives of service, sacrifice, rigor, joy and the truest freedom. Catholics begin the month of November every year celebrating the feast of All Saints, a crowd that includes some of the most impressive [Read More...]

What about a Real, Joyful Commitment to Authenticity?

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My syndicated column this week is on fear of Hell, love of God, the New Evangelization, and even the presidential election. Consider reading and letting me know what you think here. Maybe even passing it on? [Read more...]

The Light that Comes from Knowing and Loving God Can Change the World

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Peter Murphy, who heads the evangelization and catechesis office at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and has been in Rome for the better part of this month, sums up a goal of the just wrapped-up synod on the New Evangelization: It is so important that we help Catholics experience Christ … to really have [Read More...]

Where There’s a Wills, There’s a Way

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There are people praying for America’s future — and it is not too late to join them. The U.S. Catholic bishops took the lead with a fortnight of them for religious liberty. There were eight days earlier this fall, invoking the Blessed Mother. There are an ecumenical 40 days of prayers, too, focusing on protecting [Read More...]

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: The New Evangelization Remake

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Yesterday afternoon, while helping me pick out an outfit for an upcoming out-of-the-ordinary event, a friend pointed out that my earrings looked a lot like rosary beads. Go figure — the one item I own from Tiffany’s turns out to be a subtle reminder of who we are: a pilgrim people with our eyes toward [Read More...]

Will Justin Timberlake Play You in the New Social Network?

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The theme of World Communications Day in May has been announced by the Pontifical Council of Social Communications: “Social Networks: portals of truth and faith; new spaces for evangelization.” In a statement, the Council provides a worthwhile, challenging reflection: During a time in which technology has emerged as part of the fabric of connectivity of [Read More...]

‘All Hands on Deck’ for the New Evangelization

An editorial in the new issue of The Anchor, the diocesan paper of Fall River, Mass., succinctly describes the catechetical challenge of our time: “Catholics need to know the truth announced by Christ more deeply and live it more whole-heartedly if we’re ever going to bring the Gospel credibly as a counter-proposal to those dominated by [Read More...]


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