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Good Lenten Reading: Preambles to Faith+

God is part of everyone’s life. This is true even if some people don’t believe it.

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A Revolution of Tenderness+

As believers, we may have to remind ourselves that love has conquered even death. If love has conquered death, what is it that love cannot accomplish?

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Changing Spirituality+

Rituals, practices, and devotions are at the heart of a genuine experience of God and a faithful response to God.

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Pope Francis on Art+

I have never read The Betrothed but when I learned how much the pope liked it, I bought a copy.

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Discussion Groups on Films and Catholic Novels+

Belonging to a discussion group can be one way of participating more deeply in the new evangelization.

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Fiction and Faith+

Has the secular society in which we live blunted the consciousness and conscience of Catholic writers who in another age might have produced Catholic novels?

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Literature, Faith and Death+

“Of course death is a big deal. Your view of it colors everything.”

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Faith and Literature+

Great books present important insights into human nature, that this is partly what makes them great.

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The Gift: Accepted, Trusted, Imitated+

Faith is our accepting God’s Self-Gift, our entering into God’s life of unlimited love.

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Culture and Faith+

A culture can nourish a faith or, unfortunately, it can be a detriment to faith.

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