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Lifting the Veil on Nostra Aetate: How Jewish-Catholic History Changed

Catholics and Jews grow up today in world their ancestors would have found difficult to image a century ago: in all areas of human life, Jews and Catholics live and work side-by-side as friends, neighbors, and advocates united in the promotion of...

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CRS Bishop: We’re Serving Mideast Victims of Genocide, Refugees

Christians are the glue that hold the mosaic of the Middle East’s societies together, through their presence, services, and charity they extend to Muslims and other ethno-religious groups. Christians stand in the way of the Middle East plunging...

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Saudi Arabia Makes Robot Citizen: But Who Will Listen to Sophia’s Warning?

Saudi Arabia is a kingdom of surprising contradictions: the kingdom does not extend citizenship to its fast-growing Christian population. Non-Wahhabi Muslims and Christians are not allowed to practice their faith, openly or privately. Women have...

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DOJ Strikes Back at ACLU Over Undocumented Jane Doe’s Abortion

The Department of Justice is determined to have the last word in the legal case involving an unaccompanied 17-year old in federal custody known as Jane Doe, and the abortion of her child. The federal government is asking the U.S. Supreme Court...

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White House Reveals ‘Game Changer’ for Persecuted Middle East Christians

WASHINGTON — Advocates for persecuted Christians and minorities in the Middle East received an unexpected “bombshell” of good news straight from Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday evening that may change the odds for the survival of...

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When Your Pilgrimage Ends in Giving Your Life to Christ as a Martyr

CAIRO — On a Friday afternoon, a large group of Christians in Egypt went on pilgrimage to the monastery of St. Samuel the Confessor. The Christian families — grandparents, parents, and children — boarded the bus along with two other vehicles for...

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Anthony Esolen in His Own Words: ‘Why I Left Providence College for Thomas More’

PROVIDENCE — Professor Anthony Esolen has thought deeply about the connections between excellence in literature and the cultural renewal of America. For a long time, he has fought a battle on the campus of Providence College, where he holds a...

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The Untold Story of How the CDF Created the Anglican Ordinariate

Benedict XVI gave a tremendous gift to the English-speaking world in 2009, when he finally realized a dream centuries in the making, and established a permanent canonical home for groups from the Anglican tradition seeking to enter the Catholic...

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Egypt's Newest Martyrs: Church Mourns Victims of Palm Sunday Massacre

The Church worldwide is mourning the Palm Sunday massacre of Coptic Orthodox Christians, killed by ISIS suicide bombers for their faith in Jesus Christ, as they worshipped at two churches in Tanta and Alexandria. Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop...

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Archbishop José Gomez at Requiem for the Unborn: Be the Light of Life to the World

Archbishop José Gomez delivered the following homily at the Requiem Mass for the Unborn at his cathedral, following the OneLife LA pro-life celebration held on Jan. 21 in Los Angeles's Exposition Park. (See the Register's coverage.) The...