New at CUF.org

With the new issue of Lay Witness on its way to mailboxes, we also have some new web exclusive articles posted. Priestly Vocations by Fr. Richard Neilson “Prietly vocations are a proof of and, at the same time, a condition of the vitality of the Church.” Fr. Neilson looks at three points concerning the vocation […]

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Bloggers in Real Life

This is funny. Blogger Mulier Fortis calls it “St. George and the … Ummm … Bee!” Our Sacristan is on a well-deserved holiday for two weeks, and, as her assistant, I have stepped into the breach. At the end of Mass, I started clearing a few things away in the Sacristy. Suddenly, I became aware […]

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Standing with Pope Benedict XVI

…and standing up for him. In this time of attack on the Holy Father, it’s imperative that Catholics know the facts. We’ve posted some here and here. Fr. Z is beginning a series on his blog to provide “fair and balanced reporting on clerical sexual abuse.” (He’s also encouraging readers to respond in support of […]

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Toward an End to Abortion?

Some hopeful considerations on a rainy (at least here in Steubenville) Tuesday morning. American Papist offers 5 reasons (based on recent headlines) why he thinks pro-life advocates are being successful in killing abortion. A snippet: 3. Planned Parenthood and abortion activists are desperate to shut down these pro-life pregnancy centers. But all this has done (besides […]

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