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As well as dressing with care for Mass, we can clothe our souls in the fashions of heaven by our prayerful reverence and inner dispositions.

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FORT WORTH, Texas – The Rev. Jim Gigliotti of St. Andrew Catholic Church in Fort Worth cares enough about people to confront them in their sin. That’s arguably what he was doing in November, when he used his pulpit to admonish faculty at the parish’s affiliated school for celebrating President Joe Biden’s victory on the school Facebook page, in violation of diocesan policy. Biden’s unwavering ...

The national media has had most of a week now to analyze a much-anticipated political spasm by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, and while the headlines have magnetized a wide audience, the narrative itself remains incomprehensible. Presented as an effort to deny Holy Communion to President Joe Biden for his pro-choice stand on abortion, the vote last week by the bishops was 168-55 in ...

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Some bishops hope the new policy will be a rebuke for politicians who support abortion rights but continue to receive Communion. Here's a look at what has happened and what lies ahead.

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Thin Mints, perhaps the most iconic cookie in this pantheon, have gone through a number of name changes over the years according to Time magazine, including Cooky-Mints, Chocolate Mints and Cookie Mints. But since its debut in 1939, the idea has remained the same: Chocolate and mint taste great together. Naturally, this cookie is a winner.

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Joe Biden will be just the second Roman Catholic president in U.S. history, after John F. Kennedy. But he has been viewed cautiously by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops over his support for abortion rights.

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