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January 1, 1970 Archives

Last week, CNS ran a piece on a recently-published study of the views and practices of young adult Catholics – concluding that their institutional loyalty is largely negligible. Bill Cork has a critique and questions. Another point on methodology. The […]

The Pope, today: On the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, now also the World Day of the Sick, the pope did not stop at talking about miracles and healing. Thanking health workers and relatives of sick people, he called […]

Yes, at least one Catholic bishop has noticed Giuliani’s views in the past: Cardinal Keeler. Rudolph Giuliani’s stature as the hero of 9/11 didn’t mean much to Baltimore Cardinal William Keeler in 2005 when Loyola College, a Catholic school, decided […]

Robert Hughes takes a look at the cultural heritage of Barcelona through the prism of a forthcoming exhibit at the Met. There’s more to Barcelona than Gaudi, although he towers above the rest, naturally enough. Some things I didn’t know: […]

Over at The New Liturgical Movement, Shawn Tribe has begun this quite interesting feature which we might call "Design on A Dime, Catholic Style." Or something: However, there are things that are less costly which can be done, but which […]