Life: Christmas presence
Give the kids your attention before they're left to their own electronic devices, says Cathy O'Connell-Cahill.
Church: You're cut off
Keeping the communion cup reserved to a select few sends the wrong message, writes Bryan Cones
Culture: Resources for responsible investing
Playing the stock market for personal gain may not be your thing, but that doesn't mean you can't faithfully save for the future. Kristen Hannum provides a list of resources for how to save pennies without sacrificing ethics.
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The Examined Life: Sorting out the bishops' lobbying budget
What seemed at first glance to be a fairly straightforward report on the increase in lobbying efforts by religious groups has turned into quite a complicated ordeal.
Catholic Tastes: Two turntables and a catechism
"The beautiful thing about hip-hop is it's like an audio collage. You can take any form of music and do it in a hip-hop way and it'll be a hip-hop song. It's the only music you can do that with."
Margin Notes: Are they or aren't they?The bishops as lobbyists
Nancy Pelosi is once again drawing the ire of Catholics for something she said about the leaders of her own church. This time, Pelosi is under fire for having the audacity to call the U.S. bishops "lobbyists."
The Examined Life: Is the priest shortage a good reason to close parishes?
A Detroit archdiocesan planning commission made up primarily of laypeople released a report today recommending that Detroit's bishop close nine parishes and consolidate 60 parishes into 21 over the next five years, according to the Detroit Free Press.
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