Catholic News & Perspective

August 2022

Aug 8

The American Catholic problem today

By: Msgr. Owen F. Campion Threats to the vitality of the Church in Europe 70 years ago, in large part prompting the Second Vatican Council, have come to America. Anywhere, fervent discipleship always has been the less traveled road. Human nature creates hurdles and detours. The Church is obligated to bring Christ to humankind, as best as it can,...
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Aug 5

Opening the Word: A response of faith

By: Catherine Cavadini This Sunday’s readings are all rooted in the story of Abraham. In Chapters 12-22 of Genesis, Abraham is presented as a man of great faith, the golden thread of the readings this Sunday. Abraham’s faith transformed him into the patriarch of Israel, and his name, Abraham, or Avrahim, means “father of...
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Aug 3

When God opens doors

By: Scott P. Richert When a door opens before you, do you walk through? I’m not talking about metaphorical doors, but actual physical doors. Maybe the kind that are triggered by a sensor, or perhaps are opened by a kindly or polite person. Like me, you’ve probably had the experience of not intending to walk through a door, but once...
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Aug 1

Catholics rally in support of Michigan pro-life center after vandalism

By: Karla Dorweiler When Mary Wilkerson drove past offensive signs in the front yard of a home in late June, she was angry. Not just because her children were in the car, but because the signs felt hateful to her. Evil. The vulgar signs included profanities toward God and objectionable language about women’s bodies as a way to show dissent...
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