Life: A new year, a new you
Need to work on your abdominals? If you're firmly resolved to change in 2012, Heather Grennan Gary details a workout regime toward your totally pumped-up spirit.
Church: Why does the church require miracles for sainthood?
A holy life and popular devotion aren't enough to make one an official saint. Heidi Schlumpf explores why miracles are necessary for determining who earns canonization.
Culture: A good fit?
Current church teaching on gay and lesbian people says something other than what the church also says about the dignity of all human beings, writes Bryan Cones.
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Margin Notes: Congress: Lend your ears, and perhaps your wealth
As the Occupy Wall Street movement has pitted the 99 percent against the 1 percent and as recent reports reveal that 1 in 2 Americans are now considered to be poor, income inequality is a real concern for our country.
The Examined Life: Were the new translations cause for Mass confusion on Christmas?
It didn't take long after the announcement was made that the new Mass translation would be implemented at the start of Advent 2011 for people to begin speculating on what that would mean for Christmas liturgies.
The Examined Life: We're No. 1! In charitable giving that is...
If you're in the middle of your holiday consumption hangover--buyer's remorse, eater's remorse--you can comfort yourself a bit today with the news that our nation of consumers is made up of givers as well.
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