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Remade in Christ This New Year

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Rebuking Trump: Impeachment if Necessary, But Not Necessarily Impeachment

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How to Help the Poor This Winter

The COVID-19 lockdown has placed a greater burden on the poor as many have lost their jobs or homes and are seeking assistance. In a previous post I discussed the obligation of almsgiving according to the authoritative sources of the […]

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Remembering James Joyce

Eighty years ago this week, on January 12, 1941, James Joyce (Dublin 1882 — Zurich 1941), a great wordsmith, an Irish writer counted among the greatest of the twentieth century, fell into a coma following an operation for an ulcer […]

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Have There Been Worse Crises Than This One?

Don’t you hate it when fellow Catholics say to you: “The Church has faced crises worse than this one before”? You hate it because you know it’s false. Of several popes who flirted with heresy, only two seem to have […]

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Pandemic Catholicism: Mass Attendance Numbers Have Dropped To Record Lows

1P5 regular Eric Sammons was recently named the Editor-in-Chief of Crisis Magazine. Today, he has a piece there looking at the demographic shift that has happened over the past year when it comes to Mass attendance, and it’s about what […]

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A Sense of Pastoral Betrayal: The Burden Papal Novelties Lay on Parish Priests

On Dec. 21st, 2020, Pope Francis made his annual Christmas address to the Roman Curia in which he contrasts the concept of crisis with that of conflict. He also called for a year long study of Amoris Laetitia. This article […]

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Incarnate Realism and the Catholic Priesthood

Editor’s Note: In light of the news that Pope Francis has changed canon law to accommodate official women “lectors” and “acolytes,” we are re-publishing this article, which originally appeared here on July 17, 2015. In many contemporary debates concerning the […]

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Clothed in the Vesture of Royalty: Sharing the Beauty of Our Mass

Back around the turn of the millennium, I was invited one day to sing for the first time the Mass of the Dedication of a Church (Introit: Terribilis est locus iste), at a solemn Mass on the anniversary of a […]

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1P5 Podcast Ep. #77 – What Happened in Washington?

Today Steve reviews what happened in Washington DC yesterday with the storming of the U.S. Capitol, and offers some thoughts on what we’ve seen since November 3rd, and what comes next. VIDEO: AUDIO ONLY: RELATED LINKS: Backdoor Santa – Cocktail […]

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