April 25, 2022

I’d Like to Say: Stop Weaponizing the Eucharist

We may find common ground on pro-life issues when we expand our view to include other pressing social problems.
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Virgin Mary untying a knot

Mary, Untier of Knots

When life gets tangled, who better to go to than our mother?
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Dear Reader: Tying and Untying Life’s Knots

This month, as we celebrate Mother Mary, let us embrace and express gratitude for the many ways in which our mother helps us untie our troubles when we most need her.
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Painting of Saint Mark

Saint Mark

Most likely the first of the four Gospels, the Gospel of Mark is brief and pointed. Saint Mark has one goal, to present Jesus as God’s crucified messiah, and he fulfills that goal concisely. Saint Mark’s Gospel seems to have ...
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Texas bishops call execution of inmate an ‘act of vengeance’

On April 21, Texas executed a 78-year-old inmate, Carl Buntion, by lethal injection shortly after the governor of Tennessee temporarily blocked the execution of a 72-year-old prisoner, Oscar Smith, citing issues with preparations of the lethal drugs to be used.
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