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Imagine walking into a supermarket and seeing several rows of shelves totally bereft of food. Instead of glancing at a grocery list, you cobble together what essentials you can find, including some …  
Our moral obligation to oppose policies that promote intrinsically evil acts must weigh first on our consciences and actions. Intrinsically …
After Jesuit Father David Collins, 51, announced he would major in history at the University of Virginia, his mother, Katherine, urged him …
A conference aimed at women in midlife brought 70 women from 25 parishes together Oct. 21 and 22 at the Hyatt Regency in Fairfax. For women …
Conscience formation
Form your conscience in advance of the November election, with help from Arlington Bishop Paul S. … Read more
Columnists
Choosing the right track
There is a thought experiment in moral philosophy, made famous by Philippa Foot, called the trolley problem. Imagine you are the driver of a runaway trolley that you can steer but not stop. Up ahead, the track forks in two. More
Pope Francis
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CHICAGO — When Father Burke Masters accepted God's call to become a priest, he thought he was giving up baseball forever. Never did he dream that God would take him back to the field — let …  
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The Knights of Columbus is urging its members and other U.S. Catholics to pray a novena from Oct. 30 to Nov. 7, the …
At the end of October, Pope Francis will travel to Sweden to join a Lutheran World Federation observance opening the 500th anniversary year …
VATICAN CITY — Professing belief in the resurrection of the dead and affirming that the human body is an essential part of a person's …
Conscience formation
Form your conscience in advance of the November election, with help from Arlington Bishop Paul S. … Read more
Columnists
Choosing the right track
There is a thought experiment in moral philosophy, made famous by Philippa Foot, called the trolley problem. Imagine you are the driver of a runaway trolley that you can steer but not stop. Up ahead, the track forks in two. More
Pope Francis
Keep up-to-date with the latest news on Pope Francis and the Vatican. Read more
A conference aimed at women in midlife brought 70 women from 25 parishes together Oct. 21 and 22 at the Hyatt Regency in Fairfax. For women over 40, the first Future with Hope Conference was tailored …  
After a lengthy meeting, the Virginia Board of Health voted to weaken health and public safety regulations on abortion clinics Oct 24. …
After Jesuit Father David Collins, 51, announced he would major in history at the University of Virginia, his mother, Katherine, urged him …
Bishop Paul S. Loverde, apostolic administrator of the Arlington Diocese, was honored by the Catholic Business Network of Northern Virginia …
Conscience formation
Form your conscience in advance of the November election, with help from Arlington Bishop Paul S. … Read more
Columnists
Choosing the right track
There is a thought experiment in moral philosophy, made famous by Philippa Foot, called the trolley problem. Imagine you are the driver of a runaway trolley that you can steer but not stop. Up ahead, the track forks in two. More
Pope Francis
Keep up-to-date with the latest news on Pope Francis and the Vatican. Read more
After Jesuit Father David Collins, 51, announced he would major in history at the University of Virginia, his mother, Katherine, urged him to minor in something practical. “He showed me,” she …  
There is a thought experiment in moral philosophy, made famous by Philippa Foot, called the trolley problem. Imagine you are the driver of …
A conference aimed at women in midlife brought 70 women from 25 parishes together Oct. 21 and 22 at the Hyatt Regency in Fairfax. For women …
Our moral obligation to oppose policies that promote intrinsically evil acts must weigh first on our consciences and actions. Intrinsically …
Conscience formation
Form your conscience in advance of the November election, with help from Arlington Bishop Paul S. … Read more
Columnists
Choosing the right track
There is a thought experiment in moral philosophy, made famous by Philippa Foot, called the trolley problem. Imagine you are the driver of a runaway trolley that you can steer but not stop. Up ahead, the track forks in two. More
Pope Francis
Keep up-to-date with the latest news on Pope Francis and the Vatican. Read more
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