Like Noah’s Righteous Sons

The relation of Christ and the Church is often expressed in nuptial terms. Christ is the Bridegroom; the Church is his Bride. By extension, the bishop (who acts in the person of Christ) and his flock have a spousal, familial relationship. The bishop’s ring symbolizes his “marriage” to the local Church. Moreover, the bishop typically […]

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Tune In!

“How can I strengthen my marriage?” “How can we build up our family’s prayer life?” CUF Vice President Mike Sullivan is being featured on Relevant Radio’s Searching the Word with Chuck Neff, and he will be answering your questions on marriage and family life. He will also talk about his chapter in Catholic for a […]

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Why CUF?

Catholics United for the Faith (CUF) is an international lay organization dedicated to proclaiming and teaching the Catholic faith. Since 1968, CUF has offered much-needed doctrinal and spiritual assistance to those who have turned to us for reliable information as to what the Church really teaches. CUF has also provided a courageous, unified voice for […]

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Why a blog?

For the past 39 years, CUF has used all the available means of social communication to communicate the truth of the Gospel—from magazines, tracts, and newspapers, to radio and television, to toll-free helplines and websites, to books and audios. Of special note would be our award-winning magazine for today’s Catholic men and women Lay Witness […]

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Why launch today?

It is no accident that we have chosen June 29th, the feast (or in Church-speak “solemnity,” which means it is a feast of the highest rank) of the Apostles Peter and Paul, to launch this blog. Clearly these great Apostles were pillars of the infant Church, and that fact alone would justify the selection of […]

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Why united for the faith?

After all, there are many important causes to rally around right now. Why not Catholics United for the Right to Life? Catholics United for Social Justice? Catholics United for Clean Air? Catholics United for Peace? Catholics United for Liturgical Reverence? These and many other causes are eminently worthwhile, but CUF’s mission is even more fundamental, […]

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