Life: Baby's first Holy Week
Ginny Kubitz Moyer had to give up the Holy Week services that she loved so much when her first child was born, but with motherhood she gained a new appreciation for the Good Friday mystery.
Culture: Don't be crude: It's time to end our addiction to oil
One year ago, oil started leaking into the Gulf of Mexico, bringing the dangers of our oil addiction closer to home. Have we changed our ways since then? The first step is admitting we have a problem, Dan Misleh writes in Sounding Board.
Church: Universal Savior
Christ is evolution's spiritual side, says Sister Ilia Delio, O.S.F. in Expert Witness, and we all have a part to play in bringing his presence to fullness.
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Lent: Time for forgiveness
It'd be nice to think that reconciliation is just between us and God, but the sacrament is important to our Catholic faith.
The Examined Life: Where were the pro-lifers when the budget ax fell?
What kind of country balances its budget by taking milk from children or peanut butter from poor pregnant women?
Faithful women: From the Department of Duh: Catholic women use birth control
Does the Guttmacher Institutes's report that 98 percent of sexually active Catholic women have used some form of birth control surprise anyone?
Margin Notes: Here comes the sun
Events out of Japan persist in an irradiated gloom as another Earth Day approaches.
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