Life: Goy meets girl
Spouses who don't walk the same religious path have to wrestle with tough questions before walking down the aisle, reports Anna Weaver. But that doesn't mean they can't find a more perfect union even without intercommunion.
Church: Has hell frozen over?
Are fire and brimstone passe? J. Peter Nixon digs into the apparent disappearance of damnation from the Catholic imagination.
Culture: Sister Pat battles the board
America's corporate CEOs may be facing a prophet in the margins at their next shareholder meeting, writes Kristen Hannum. It can be hard to say no when Sister tells you not to put profits before people.
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The Examined Life: Spinning the new Roman Missal
"And with your spirit" is finally upon us: Next Sunday, the First Sunday of Advent, 40 years of renewed Sunday Masses in the vernacular go out the door.
The Examined Life: Just what kind of church did the Orange, California diocese buy?
In three years, the Crystal Cathedral will be a Catholic cathedral. What is the Catholic Church getting for $57.5 million?
Margin Notes: Immigration crackdown leads to empty pews
Ever since Alabama introduced its strict new immigration law, it has been met with criticism and resistance.
Catholic Tastes: In memory of U.S. Catholic illustrator Bill Petersen
Late this summer, U.S. Catholic lost a good friend to cancer.
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