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A Sister of the Daughters of Charity guillotined during the French Revolution for refusing to deny her faith was beatified last Sunday.
George Weigel argues that Maureen Dowd embodies “the Platonic form of the new Catholic anti-Catholicism”.
Robert George responds to a critic of Archbishop Timothy Dolan’s campaign against same-sex marriage in New York.
Dylan Parry says that 30 years after the first alleged apparitions at Medjugorje the faithful are still waiting impatiently for the Church’s final verdict.