Whom Do We Celebrate?

Today is the Solemnity of St. Joseph! We call him Light of Patriarchs, Spouse of the Mother of God, Gaurdian of the Redeemer, Pillar of Families, Protector of Holy Church, and Patron of the Dying–yet how well do we know this beloved saint, the Silent Man of Scripture?  Like the Blessed Virgin, he is rarely […]

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Urgent Prayer Request

Catholics United for the Faith asks that you join us in praying for our beloved spiritual advisor, Fr. Ray Ryland. Yesterday, on the feast of St. Patrick, Fr. Ryland suffered a serious fall after morning Mass and incurred brain damage. He is not expected to survive. We ask you to entrust our dear Fr. Ryland, […]

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“Let us go forth to offer everyone the life of Jesus Christ”

The January/February issue of Lay Witness magazine has arrived! This issue features articles by Mark Shea, Michael J. Miller, Dan Burke, and Ted Sri. We take a special look at Pope Francis’ Evangelii Gaudium and feature articles on the various aspects of the pro-life movement. For more information on subscribing to Lay Witness magazine or becoming […]

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Aritist James Langley Studio Sale Handmade for the Home: Fine and Decorative art from a Catholic Perspective

James Langley is a contemporary visual artist working in the Catholic tradition; lending first person witness to the incarnate goodness of the world that we daily look upon. The tangible qualities of his work seek to articulate the “inscape” of nature; such that paint and the material character of light and form mediate a dialogue […]

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CDF Reminder on Medjugorje

Today, the Catholic News Agency published a letter written by the US apostolic nuncio, Archbishop Carlo Vigano, on behalf of Arch. Gerhard Mueller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The letter referred to the ongoing investigation of the alleged Marian apparitions in Bosnia. In it, Archbishop Vigano makes reference to the […]

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Requiescat en Pace

On Friday, October 18, Eric Stoutz, former director of CUF’s Catholic Responses Department passed from this life to the next. Eric’s heroic suffering throughout his battle with pancreatic cancer was a witness to his family and friends, and he submitted himself to God’s perfect will in order that a greater good might be brought about […]

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