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D.C. Auxiliary Is Named Bishop of Dallas
D.C. Concert Prompts a Russian Surprise. Orthodox Bishop's Christmas Oratorio Continues Tour
D.C. Prelate: Communion Issue Is Up to Local Bishops. Says Place for Decisions Is in the Home Dioceses of Public Figures
D.C. Pro-Life March Now a World Event Filipinos, Africans Tell Obama: "Stop Paying to Kill Our Children"
D.C.-Based Charities Face Split With City. Church Takes Hit for Defending Children
Da Vinci Code -- a Blessing for Opus Dei? Use the Lemon to Make Lemonade, Says Spokesman
Da Vinci Code as an Opportunity for the Church. Interview With Philippe Oswald of Famille Chrétienne
Da Vinci Code's Devilish Gaffes
Da Vinci Code, as Seen From Rome. Documentary Includes Cardinal Arinze's Comments
Da Vinci Film Not Great Art, Says Signis
Da Vinci's Secret Christian Message
Daily Catholic Webcast Launched
DAILY COMMITMENT TO FOLLOWING THE PATH OF TRUTH
Daily Homily: 'Vanity of Vanities!' Says the Preacher. Thursday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Abraham Rejoiced to See My Day. Fifth Week of Lent, Thursday
Daily Homily: All Who Were Destined For Eternal Life Came to Believe. Saturday of the Fourth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: As Captives They Shall Go Into Exile. Thursday of the 19th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: At Your Command I Will Lower the Nets. Thursday of the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: At Your Right Stands the Queen. The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary, August 22
Daily Homily: Be Merciful To Me A Sinner. Third Week of Lent, Saturday
Daily Homily: Behold, I Am of Little Account. Friday of the 26th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Beware of the Hypocrisy of the Pharisees. Friday of the 28th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Blessed Are Those Servants Whom the Master Finds Vigilant. Tuesday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Blessed Is the Man Who Trusts in the Lord. Second Week of Lent, Thursday
Daily Homily: By Breaking a Wooden Yoke, You Forge an Iron Yoke. August 4, Monday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Consecrate Them in the Truth. Wednesday of the Seventh Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Divine Fire and Jesus' Baptism. Thursday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Elisha Followed Elijah as His Attendant. Saturday of the 10th Week in Ordinary Time, Year B
Daily Homily: Eternal Life Through Jesus Christ. Tuesday of the Second Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Ezekiel's Vision of the Glory of the Lord. August 11, Monday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Gather the Wheat Into My Barn. Homily for July 20th, Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Cycle A
Daily Homily: Go and Proclaim the Gospel. Saturday Within the Octave of Easter
Daily Homily: Go And Sin No More. Fifth Week of Lent, Monday
Daily Homily: God Gave Us Victory Through Jesus Christ. The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Vigil Mass
Daily Homily: God Has Visited His People. Tuesday of the 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: God is a Shield to Those who take Refuge in Him. Wednesday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: God Will Cast Our Sins Into The Depths Of The Sea. Second Week of Lent, Saturday
Daily Homily: God's Temple in Heaven Was Opened. The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Mass during the Day
Daily Homily: Guide Me, Lord, in the Ways of Your Commands. Tuesday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: He Opened to Us the Scriptures. Wednesday Within the Octave of Easter
Daily Homily: He That Offers Praise As a Sacrifice Glorifies Me. Monday of the Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time
Daily Homily: Here is My Servant. Monday of Holy Week
Daily Homily: His Angels Guard You in All Your Ways. Holy Guardian Angels, October 2
Daily Homily: Holy, Holy, Holy Is the Lord God Almighty. Wednesday of the 33rd Week of Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Am Going to My Father and Your Father. Tuesday Within the Octave of Easter
Daily Homily: I Am the Bread of Life. Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter
Daily Homily: I Am the Good Shepherd. Monday of the Fourth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: I Am The Handmaid Of The Lord. The Annunciation of the Lord
Daily Homily: I Am the Vine, You Are the Branches. Wednesday of the Fifth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: I Desire Mercy, Not Sacrifice. Friday of the 13th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Have Come to Fulfill the Law and the Prophets. Wednesday of the 10th Week in Ordinary Time, Year B
Daily Homily: I Have Come To Fulfill The Law. Third Week of Lent, Wednesday
Daily Homily: I Have Put My Words in Your Mouth. Wednesday of the 16th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Have Seen the Lord. July 22nd, Feast of St. Mary Magdalene
Daily Homily: I Know My Sheep and They Follow Me. Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: I Know Those Whom I Have Chosen. Thursday of the Fourth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: I Must Proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom. Wednesday of the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Shall Raise Him on the Last Day. Wednesday of the Third Week of Easter
Daily Homily: I Stand at the Door and Knock Tuesday of the 33rd Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Announce What Has Lain Hidden. July 28, Monday of the Seventeenth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Judge You According to Your Ways. Saturday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Make a New Covenant. Thursday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Put My Spirit Within You. Thursday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Raise Up the Fallen Hut of David. Saturday of the 13th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Restore the Tents of Jacob. Tuesday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Save My Sheep. Wednesday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: I Will Send the Counselor to You. Tuesday of the Sixth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: In My Father's House There Are Many Dwelling Places. Friday of the Fourth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Is He Not the Carpenter's Son? Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker
Daily Homily: It Is Better That One Man Should Die. Fifth Week of Lent: Saturday
Daily Homily: It Is I Who Deal Death and Give Life. Friday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: It Is the Lord. Friday Within the Octave of Easter
Daily Homily: It Is Time to Seek the Lord. Wednesday of the 14th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: It Was I Who Chose You. Friday of the Fifth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Jehoiada the Priest Made a Covenant. Friday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Jeremiah Does Not Deserve Death. Saturday of the 17th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Jesus Entered the Temple. Friday of the 33rd Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Jesus Saw James, the Son of Zebedee, and Called Him. Feast of Saint James the Apostle, July 25
Daily Homily: Jesus Stood in Their Midst. Thursday Within the Octave of Easter
Daily Homily: Jesus Told Martha, 'Whoever Believes in Me Will Live'. Feast of Saint Martha, July 29
Daily Homily: Jesus Was Lifted Up. The Ascension of the Lord
Daily Homily: John Testified To The Truth. Fourth Week of Lent, Thursday
Daily Homily: Joseph, Son of David, Do Not Be Afraid. Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, March 19
Daily Homily: King Josiah Made a Covenant Before the Lord. Wednesday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Lead Us Not Into Temptation. Thursday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Let Justice Surge Like Water. Wednesday of the 13th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Let Us Condemn Him to a Shameful Death. Fourth Week of Lent, Friday
Daily Homily: Let Us Praise Joachim and Anne. Saints Joachim and Anne, Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, July 26
Daily Homily: Love Never Fails. Wednesday of the 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Mary Has Chosen the Better Part. Tuesday of the 27th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Matthias Was Counted With the Eleven Apostles. Saint Matthias the Apostle
Daily Homily: May Our Lord Strengthen Your Hearts. Tuesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: May They Be One. Thursday of the Seventh Week of Easter
Daily Homily: May You Be Considered Worthy of the Kingdom of God. August 25, Monday of the Twenty-first Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: My Flesh Is True Food and My Blood Is True Drink. Friday of the Third Week of Easter
Daily Homily: My Lord and My God. Feast of Saint Thomas, Apostle
Daily Homily: My Yoke Is Easy and My Burden Light. Thursday of the 15th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: O Woman, Great Is Your Faith. Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A
Daily Homily: On the Third Day I Accomplish My Purpose. Thursday of the 30th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: One's Life Does Not Consist of Possessions. Monday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Only the Tribe of Judah Was Left. Monday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Peace I Leave You. Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Physician, Heal Yourself. September 1st, Monday of Twenty-second Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Pray For Those Who Persecute You. Tuesday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time, Year B
Daily Homily: Remain in My Love. Thursday of the Fifth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Remove the Wooden Beam. Friday of the Twenty-third Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Return, O Israel, to the Lord Your God. Friday of the 14th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Speak My Words to the House of Israel. Tuesday of the 19th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Strive to Enter Through the Narrow Gate. Wednesday of the 30th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Angel of the Lord Opened the Doors of the Prison. Wednesday of the Second Week of Easter
Daily Homily: The Desire for Eternal Life. Friday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: the Father Is in Me and I Am in the Father. Fifth Week of Lent, Friday
Daily Homily: The Father Loves the Son. Fourth Week of Lent, Wednesday
Daily Homily: The Glorious Company of Apostles Praise You. Sts. Simon and Jude, Apostles, Oct. 28
Daily Homily: The Greatest Among You Must Be Your Servant. Second Week of Lent, Tuesday
Daily Homily: The Hand of the Lord Was on Elijah. Thursday of the 10th Week in Ordinary Time, Year B
Daily Homily: The Holy Spirit Will Teach You Everything. Monday of the Fifth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: The Just Man, Because of His Faith, Shall Live. Saturday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The King of Babylon Deported All Jerusalem. Thursday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Kingdom Of God Has Come Upon You. Third Week of Lent, Thursday
Daily Homily: The Lord of the Sabbath. Saturday of the 22nd Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Lord Our God Is Lord Alone. Third Week of Lent, Friday
Daily Homily: The Lord Will Be Passing By. Friday of the 10th Week in Ordinary Time, Year B
Daily Homily: The Lord Will Not Abandon His People. Wednesday of the 15th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Mysteries of the Kingdom of God. Saturday of the 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Mystery of the Transfiguration. The Transfiguration of the Lord, Cycle A, August 6
Daily Homily: The Priests and Prophets Laid Hold of Jeremiah. Friday of the 17th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Son of Man Will Come. Wednesday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Spirit of Truth Will Guide You to All Truth. Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: The Temple Was Filled with the Glory of the Lord. Saturday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Third Sign. Fourth Week of Lent, Tuesday
Daily Homily: The Troops Tore Down the Walls of Jerusalem. Friday of the 12th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: The Truth Will Set You Free. Fifth Week of Lent, Wednesday
Daily Homily: They Forsook the Temple of the Lord. Saturday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: They Paid Him 30 Pieces of Silver. Wednesday of Holy Week
Daily Homily: They Sold Joseph For Twenty Pieces of Silver. Second Week of Lent, Friday
Daily Homily: This Is the Christ. Fourth Week of Lent, Saturday
Daily Homily: This Is the Work of God. Monday of the Third Week of Easter
Daily Homily: This was the Second Sign. Fourth Week of Lent, Monday
Daily Homily: To the Church of God That Is in Corinth. Thursday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Walk Humbly With Your God. Monday July 21st, Sixteenth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Wash and Be Clean. Third Week of Lent, Monday
Daily Homily: We Know That His Testimony Is True. Saturday of the Seventh Week of Easter
Daily Homily: When I Found Your Words, They Became My Joy. Wednesday of the 17th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: When You Lift Up The Son of Man. Fifth Week of Lent, Tuesday
Daily Homily: Where Is the Lord, the God of Elijah? Wednesday of the 11th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Who Is Worthy to Open the Scroll? Thursday of the 33rd Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Whoever Believes Has Eternal Life. Thursday of the Third Week of Easter
Daily Homily: With Jesus Went the Twelve and Several Women. Friday of the 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Woe to Those Who Plan Iniquity. Saturday of the Fifteenth Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Woe to You, Scribes and Pharisees, You Hypocrites. Wednesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: You Are My Servant, A Light To The Nations. Tuesday of Holy Week
Daily Homily: You Have the Words of Eternal Life. Saturday of the Third Week of Easter
Daily Homily: You Turn Man Back to Dust. Saturday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: You Will Be A People Sacred To The Lord. First Week of Lent, Saturday
Daily Homily: You Will Receive the Power of the Holy Spirit. Monday of the Seventh Week of Easter
Daily Homily: You, Child, Will Be Called Prophet of the Most High. The Nativity of Saint John the Baptist
Daily Homily: Your Faith Has Saved You. Thursday of the 24th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Your Grief Will Become Joy. Friday of the Sixth Week of Easter
Daily Homily: Your Heart Has Grown Haughty From Your Riches. Tuesday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time, Year Two
Daily Homily: Your Word Became the Joy of My Heart. Saint Jerome, Priest and Doctor of the Church, Sept. 30
Daily Homily:Be Merciful Just As Your Father Is Merciful. Second Week of Lent, Monday
Dallas Prelate Named to Diocesan Finance Group
Damascus Priest Recounts Experience of Warfare. Describes Celebrating Mass to Sound of Gunfire and Explosives
Damascus to Become Focus of Pauline Year. Archbishop Discusses Plans Under Way
Dan Brown and the Catholic Church. Interview With Father John Wauck By Jesús Colina
Dangerous Flirting: Russian Wonders Why West Is Enamored With Socialism. What Christians Should Do in the Public Square By Edward Pentin
Daniel and the Great Unveiling
Dante Influences Benedict XVI's First Encyclical
Darfur Aid Workers Inhibited by Militias
Darfur Faces Another Food Emergency
Darfur Probe "Overdue," Says Observer
Darfur Refugees Hear of Pope's Concern. Cardinal Sepe Visiting Sudan
Dark Clouds Seen Over Europe's Ethics. Officials Warn of an Anthropology Not in Tune With Christian Values
Dark Data on Marriage
Darkness on the Edge of Town. Pope Francis' Starting Point
Darwin Event Aims to Heal Faith, Science Rift
Date Can't Be Given for a John Paul II Beatification. Prefect of Vatican Congregation Clarifies Rumors By Marta Lago
Date for Conclave Still Unknown, Say Cardinals on Day Two of General Congregation. Cardinals DiNardo, O'Malley Address Journalists at Pontifical North American College
Date of Conclave Is Still Undecided
Date Set for 1st Beatifications in Japan
Date Set for Beatification of Spanish Journalist. Bishop Calls "Lolo" an Example of Sanctity
Date Set for John Paul II's, John XXIII's Canonizations. Monsignor Reflects on Legacies of Saintly Popes
Date Set for Journalist's Beatification And for Chaplain of Polish Solidarity
Date, Theme OK'd for Eucharistic Congress. Dublin Readies for 2012 Event
Dateless? An Angel to the Rescue. Web Site Offers Novena Prayer to St. Raphael
Dates Confirmed for Pope's Israel Trip. To Visit Holy Land May 8-11
Dates Set for Benedict XVI's Trip to Poland
Dates Set for Benedict XVI's Visit to Bavaria
Dates Set for Pope's Trip to Poland
Daughters of Charity Aid Cholera-Infected Haiti. Congregation Awarded Van Thuân Prize
Daughters of St. Paul Re-elect Superior
David Quinn: Irish Government Is Overreacting. Says There's a Difference Between Criticizing and Bashing
David Schindler on Cardinal Ratzinger's Ecclesiology. Interview With Editor of Communio
Day 1 of Pope's Pilgrimage Seen as Success Vatican Aide Reflects on Pontiff's Idea of Peace for Region By Mercedes de la Torre
Day 3 of Papal Retreat. Preacher of Meditations Explains How Man is Ruined if He Prevents "Breath of God"
Day 3: "In Principio Erat Verbum" And Then More, and More Words By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Day Against Torture: Pope Encourages Efforts for Its Abolition
DAY FOR DIALOGUE BETWEEN CATHOLICS AND JEWS
Day for Jewish-Catholic Dialogue Marked in Italy. Reflect on Commandment 'Thou Shalt Not Kill'
DAY OF PRAYER AND FASTING FOR CHRISTIANS IN INDIA
DAY OF PRAYER AND PENANCE FOR PEACE IN MIDDLE EAST
Day of Prayer for Benedict XVI. Italian Blog Organizes Special Day for Pope Emeritus on Feb. 28
Day of Study Looks at the Divorced-and-Remarried. Professor Cautions About Misperception of Marriage Tribunals
Days of Prayer, Fasting Being Organized in Response to Planned Parenthood 'Horrific Actions' "A society can only be considered socially just if it protects the most vulnerable among us"
DC OKs Same-Sex Unions; Church Renews Pledge to Poor. Church's Mission to Regulate Future Cooperation With City
DC Summit to Gather 6 Mideast Patriarchs, Cardinal Sandri, US Lawmakers. Speakers, Participants to Consider 'Protecting and Preserving Christianity, Where It All Began'
DC's Cardinal Named Relator-General for Evangelization Synod And New Members for Economic Affairs Council
DC's Cardinal Wuerl Begins Blogging. Joins Handful of Prelates Online
Deacon's Duties and Gestures And More on Altar Crosses
DEACONATE OF CULTURE IN THE DIGITAL CONTINENT
Deadline Nears for Youth-Day Volunteers
Deadly 'Health' Initiatives in Africa. Why Can Melinda Gates Not See?
Deadly Bombing Strikes Southern Beirut. Priest: Christians Share the Pain of Our People
Deadly Drive for Medical Perfection. Genetic Selection and Abortion Taking a Higher Toll. By Father John Flynn
DEAF PEOPLE: RECIPIENTS AND ANNOUNCERS OF THE GOSPEL
Dealing Girls a Raw and Racy Deal. Interview With Director of Women's Forum
Dealing With Death. Australian Bioethicist Reflects on Issues Involved By Father John Flynn, LC
Death by Hunger and Thirst
DEATH OF CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP OF KINSHASA
DEATH OF CARDINAL SHIRAYANAGI
Death Penalty on Decline in United States. Report Shows Historic Low By Father John Flynn, LC
Death Penalty On Decline. Recent Meeting Spurs Abolitionists By Father John Flynn, LC
Death Penalty Progress. Number of Executions Dropping Significantly By Father John Flynn, LC
Death Penalty: To Defend the Life of a Condemned Person Is to Defend the Life of All
Death Toll from Attack on Nigerian Catholic Church Rises to 53. Islamist Group Boko Haram Suspected
Death, Life in Christ Is More Than a Changing Season. Pope: God's Work in History Obeys His Grace, Not Nature
Debate Goes On: Something Religious in Dr. House? Life Academy Member Notes Character's Search for Truth
Debate Sparked Over "Italy's Schiavo". Milan Woman's Feeding Tube Ordered Removed
Debating Marriage: 10 Principles. Scholar Says the Real Arguments Are Just Beginning
Debt Cancellation Praised
DECEMBER 8 MASS IN ST. PETER'S BASILICA
DECIPHER REALITY FROM AN EVANGELICAL STANDPOINT
Decision Regarding Pope's Former Assistant to Be Made in August. Commission Investigating Document Theft Will Refer Case to the Holy Father by Next Week
DECLARATION CONCERNING ARCHBISHOP MILINGO
DECLARATION CONCERNING POPE'S REGENSBURG ADDRESS
DECLARATION CONCERNING THE EMANUELA ORLANDI CASE
DECLARATION CONCERNING THE FORMER BISHOP OF TRONDHEIM
DECLARATION CONCERNING VISIT OF ISRAELI PRESIDENT
DECLARATION FROM HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE DIRECTOR
DECLARATION OF CARDINAL HUMMES ON PRIESTLY CELIBACY
DECLARATION OF HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE DIRECTOR
DECLARATION OF POPE AND ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
Declaration of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue on Iraq "All must be unanimous in condemning unequivocally these crimes and denouncing the invocation of religion to justify them"
DECLARATION OF THE PRESS OFFICE DIRECTOR
DECLARATION OF U.S. LAWYER CONCERNING SEX ABUSE CASE
DECLARATION ON ASSASSINATION OF PAKISTANI MINISTER BHATTI
DECLARATION ON PAPAL AUDIENCES WITH HEADS OF STATE
DECLARATION ON POSSIBILITY OF PAPAL TRIP TO HOLY LAND
DECLARATION ON VIOLENCE AGAINST RELIGIOUS IN CHINA
DECLARATION REGARDING THE EPISCOPAL ORDINATIONS IN CHINA
DECLARATIONS CONCERNING RESIGNATION OF BISHOP OF BRUGES
Decline in Institutional Religion in the United States. One-Fifth Now Religiously Unaffiliated By Father John Flynn, LC
Decline of Mom-and-Pop Families
Decree Lifting Traditionalist Bishops' Excommunication. "A Sign for the Promotion of Unity in Charity"
Decree of Plenary Indulgence for World Youth Day
Decree of Special Indulgence for 21st World Day of the Sick
DECREE ON CELEBRATION OF THE CONVERSION OF ST. PAUL
Decree on Holy Thursday’s Foot Washing Ceremony
Decree on Indulgences for World Day of the Sick
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
DECREES OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE CAUSES OF SAINTS
Decrees of Vatican's Saint Congregation. Testify to 10 Miracles; 10 Cases of Heroic Virtue; 1 Martyrdom
DEEP SORROW FOR INNOCENT VICTIMS OF CHILD ABUSE
DEEPEN KNOWLEDGE WHILE MAINTAINING SIMPLICITY OF SPIRIT
Deeper War, Deeper Prayer Battling in Our Hearts
DEFENCE OF CREATION, FOCUS OF POPE'S ADDRESS TO DIPLOMATS
DEFEND THE EQUAL DIGNITY OF MAN AND WOMAN
Defend the Most Vulnerable, Pontiff Urges Doctors
DEFEND THE RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, REFUGEES AND THEIR FAMILIES
Defending and Evangelizing the Family in the Modern World. Participant in Vatican Gathering Speaks on Threats to the Family and Upcoming Synod
Defending Christianity in the Middle East (Part 1). Patriarch Louis Raphael I Sako on 3-Day Meeting with Pope Francis
Defending Christianity in the Middle East (Part 2). Patriarch Louis Raphael I Sako on 3-Day Meeting with Pope Francis
DEFENDING EUROPE'S RICH CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS HERITAGE
Defending Faith. How Religion Combats Hate and Violence By Father John Flynn, LC
Defending Humans From the Start (Part 1). Interview With Vice President of Academy for Life
Defending Humans From the Start (Part 2) Interview With Vice President of Academy for Life
Defending Life a Mission of the Church, Says Pope. Urges Cooperation Between Religion and Politics
Defending Life a Priority in Nicaragua. Bishop Says a Shadow Threatens the Church
Defending Life an Act of Love, Says Benedict XVI. Speaks on Pro-Life Day in Italy
Defending Life in Brazil's Elections (Part 1) Interview With Auxiliary Bishop of Rio de Janeiro
Defending Life in Brazil's Elections (Part 2) Interview With Auxiliary Bishop of Rio de Janeiro
Defending Life in Brazil's Elections (Part 3) Interview With Auxiliary Bishop of Rio de Janeiro
Defending Pius XII; A Pope for All Priests. "Fighting Nun" Publishes New Book on Wartime Pontiff By Edward Pentin
Defending Religious Freedom. Threats at Home and Abroad By Father John Flynn, LC
Defending Religious Liberty in the U.S. Archbishop John J. Myers Speaks on This Year's Fortnight for Freedom
Defending the "Holy Grail of Life" Interview With Dr. Josep Simón, President of FIAMC
Defending the Catholic Church. New Book Is Useful Guide for Clearing up Misunderstandings By Father John Flynn, LC
Defending the Pope and Paying the Price. Interview With Jewish Professor at Odds With Sapienza Protesters. By Paolo Centofanti
Defending the World's Most Vulnerable. Reporter-Author Calls for Christians to Rise Up
Defense of Life and Values Go Together, Says Pope
Defense of Life Summarized in 10 Points. Mexico Continues Battle Over Abortion
Defining Marriage Down. Same-Sex Marriage Pressures and Dangers By Father John Flynn
Definitive Numbers of Attendance at Pope's Funeral
Delaware Bishop Remembers Lincoln. Says He Lived Christian Virtues, Beatitudes
Delegate Has Full Faculties in Guiding Legion's Renewal. Vatican Decree Clarifies Role for Archbishop De Paolis
Delegate Is Named to Arab League
Delegate Named for Legionaries of Christ. Congregation Reaffirms Gratitude to Pontiff
Delegate Reflects Better Relations With Vietnam. Pope Notes Satisfaction at Gradual Improvements
Delegates Study Role of Universities in New Evangelization
Delegation from Constantinople Greets Pope Benedict XVI. Pontiff Recalls Contributions of Patriarchate to Ecumenism By Junno Arocho
DELEGATION FROM CONSTANTINOPLE PATRIARCHATE MEETS POPE
DELEGATION FROM WORLD METHODIST COUNCIL VISITS POPE
Delegation That Visits Pope: We Are Showing Religions Can Co-exist. Jews, Muslims, Catholics of Argentina Complete Journey to Holy Land With Vatican Stop
DELEGATIONS FROM BULGARIA AND MACEDONIA VISIT THE POPE
Delegations Visit Francis for Feast of Cyril, Methodius. Tradition Honors 1st Evangelizers of Eastern Europe
Delhi Archbishop Explains Protest That Led to His Arrest. Christians Unite With Muslims to Seek Rights for 'Untouchables'
Deluxe Edition of 1st Encyclical Due Next Month. Ignatius Press Preparing Hardcover of Lumen Fidei
Delving Behind Marian Devotion. Father Lombardi Reflects on Day of Prayer for China
Democracy in Danger in Venezuela. Interview With Archbishop Baltazar Porras
Democracy Is More About Values, Says Pope. Defends Human Rights in Address to Singapore Envoy
Democracy Needs Truth, Says Vatican Aide
Democracy Not Enough, Says Pope. Affirms Need for Values Founded on Truth of Person
DEMOCRACY SUCCEEDS ONLY WHEN BASED ON TRUTH
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO: NATIONAL RECONCILIATION
Demographic Free-fall. Low Fertility and Economic Crisis By Father John Flynn, LC
Demoting Humans. John Haas Discusses the Greatest Bioethical Challenge Today By Jaime Septien
Demystifying Canon Law (Part 1) Interview With Author Pete Vere By Carrie Gress
Demystifying Canon Law (Part 2). Interview With Author Pete Vere By Carrie Gress
Denied Religious Freedom, Christians in Sudan Are 2nd-Class Citizens. Bishop Sees Case of Mariam Ibrahim as Just One Example Among Many
DENOUNCING THE ERRORS BEHIND THE ECONOMIC CRISIS
Denver Archbishop on What Comes After Year of Faith. Address to Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre
Denver Archbishop Seen as "Model of Courage" Fidelis Calling for Public Thank You
Denver Archbishop's Homily at Mass for Health Care Professionals "It is important for us to understand that we are called to promote a culture of truth and love that springs from that encounter with love, who is Jesus Christ"
Denver Archbishop: Consciences Have to Be Formed, Not Just Followed. Speaks to Health Care Professionals About Listening to God's Voice
Denver Auxiliary Moved to Nebraska. Bishop Conley Succeeds Bishop Bruskewitz
Denver Catholic Charities President Named USCCB Justice Department Director. Jonathan Reyes Chosen To Oversee U.S. Bishops Efforts in Domestic and International Affairs
Denver Mourns Victims of Cinema Shooting. Archbishop and Bishop Respond to Tragedy By Ann Schneible
Denver Mourns Victims of Shooting. Archbishop Aquila Speaks of Pastoral Care, Forgiveness in Light of Tragedy By Ann Schneible
Denver Prelate Addresses Obama's Catholic Fans. Says Voters Need to Be Ready to Meet Abortion Victims in Next Life
Denver Prelate Calls Obama Invitation Inexcusable. Says Catholics Have Duty to Defend Life
Denver Prelate Draws on Example of Syrian Christians. Offers Suggestions for 'What's Next' When Year of Faith Ends
Denver Prelate on the Catholic Political Vocation "Tolerance Is Not a Christian Virtue"
Denver Prelate Warns of "Systematic Discrimination" Says Church in West Should Learn From Eastern Europeans
Denver Prelate: Church Wants "Orderly Immigration" Addresses Issue During National Migration Week
Denver Prelate: Deceased Priest Cleared of Charges. Notes "Inexcusable Harm" Caused by False Allegations
Denver's Archbishop Prays at Theater Reopening After July Massacre. "In suffering, and in the love of God, dawn breaks before us"
Denver's Biggest Charity Group Threatened. Catholic Identity Jeopardized by "Anti-Discrimination" Bill
DENYING COMMUNION FOR OBSTINATE SIN. A MULTIFACETED DECISION
Denying oneself is not a Choice for Death but for Life, by Archbishop Follo
Derry Priest to Return to Ministry, Exonerated by Civil, Church Trials. Says He's Looking Forward to Taking Up Duties for Which He Was Ordained 44 Years Ago
Desecration of Host Not Seen as Free Speech. Confraternity Proposes Prayer Day in Reparation
Desecrations Prompt Church Closings in Mexico. Blessed Sacrament and Sacred Vessels Stolen in La Paz
Desert Sojourn Is Time of Ambivalence, Says Pope. Chance for First Love, But Danger of Seduction By Kathleen Naab
DESIGN POLICIES TO FAVOR WOMEN
Despite Injury, Pope's Schedule Unchanged. Plans Vacation Days With Brother
Despite Suffering, Nun Sang of God's Mercy. Sister Maria Rosa Pellesi Beatified in Rimini
Destroying Embryos Isn't Progress, Says Cardinal
Details of Pope's Malta Trip Revealed
DETAILS OF SPIRITUAL EXERCISES OF POPE AND ROMAN CURIA
Details Released for Benedict XVI's Palermo Trip
Details Released of Pope's Pastoral Visit to Molise. July 5 Visit Will Be "Intensely Spiritual"
Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Gumbleton Retires
Detroit Auxiliary Is Named Bishop of Grand Rapids. Reno Prelate Steps Down; Auxiliary Chosen for Miami
Detroit Auxiliary Named to Lansing
Deus Caritas Est a Big Seller
Deus Caritas Est and C.S. Lewis' "Four Loves". Interview With Andrea Monda
Deus Caritas Est and the Identity of Caritas Internationalis. Reflection of the Confederation's Ecclesiastical Adviser
Deus Caritas Est Goes Back in Time
Deus Caritas Est. Social Encyclical. Interview With Director of Cardinal Van Thuan Observatory
DEUS CARITAS EST: POWERFUL TEXT ON CORE OF CHRISTIAN FAITH
Developing into Heterosexuality
Developing the Case for Being a Tea Party Catholic. Dr. Samuel Gregg Discusses His Latest Book That Explains How Catholics Can Save the 'American Experiment'
Development Aid: No Quick Fix
Development Includes Spiritual Needs, Says Pope
DEVELOPMENT MUST BE CENTRED ON THE PERSON
DEVELOPMENT MUST NOT IGNORE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS ISSUES
DEVOTION TO BLOOD OF CHRIST
Dialogue at the Bishop's House. Interview With Peruvian Archbishop Salvador Pińeiro By Jose Antonio Varela Vidal
DIALOGUE BETWEEN CULTURES AND RELIGIONS THE DUTY OF ALL
Dialogue Between Peoples in the Name of Paul VI. Archbishop Gallagher's Intervention at Brescia Meeting on 50th Anniversary of Pope's UN Visit
DIALOGUE BETWEEN POPE AND PRIESTS OF ROME
Dialogue Forum to Take Up Problem of Superficiality. Cardinal: 1st Courtyard of the Gentiles Event a Success
Dialogue Group for Anglicans, Catholics in USA Concludes 6-Year Study With Statement. Focuses on 2 Case Studies: Immigration and Same-Sex Relationships
DIALOGUE HELPS TO RESOLVE DIFFERENCES
Dialogue Is Key, Pope Urges
Dialogue More Than Political Action, Says Pope. Notes That Christian Unity "Resides in Prayer"
Dialogue Pioneer Expects Headway From Papal Trip. Says Pilgrimage Is Historic Chance to Strengthen Bonds
Dialogue Takes More Than Talking, Holy See Suggests. Vatican Official Gives Overview of UN
DIALOGUE TO ACHIEVE TRUE DEMOCRACY IN HONDURAS
Dialogue Urged in Bolivian Conflict
DIALOGUE WITH AND WELCOME FOR IMMIGRANTS
Dialogue With Buddhists Must Continue, Says Vatican
Dialogue With Islam Seen as "Obligation"
Dialogue With Nonbelievers to Kick Off Year of Faith. Courtyard of the Gentiles Event to Be Hosted in Assisi
DIALOGUES IN CATHEDRAL FOCUS ON ISSUE OF WHEN LIFE ENDS
Dicastery for Saints' Causes Readies Norms. Document for Bishops to Reflect Benedict XVI
Dicastery Given Faculties to Penalize Wayward Priests. Clergy Congregation Can Dismiss From Clerical State
DICASTERY HEADS TO EXAMINE QUESTION OF ARCHBISHOP MILINGO
Dicastery Holds Retreat on Formation of the Heart. Aid Workers Encouraged to Give Faith-Filled Witness
Dicastery to Study Global Warming
Dietrich von Hildebrand's Philosophy of Love. Conference Gathers Experts for Discussion, Debate By Edward Pentin
Dietrich von Hildebrand: Giving the Heart Its Due (Part 2) An Interview with Hildebrand Legacy Project Director By Andrea Kirk Assaf
Dietrich von Hildebrand: Giving the Heart Its Due (Part One) An Interview with Hildebrand Legacy Project Director By Andrea Kirk Assaf
Difference Is a Treasure, Says L'Arche Founder. Jean Vanier Comments on Love and Poverty
Differences of Nationality and Religion Must Be Overcome by Love for Life: Pope
Different Type of Fan Floods Nationals Stadium. Benedict XVI Celebrates Holy Spirit Mass in US Capital By Carrie Gress
DIFFICULTIES AND HOPES OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN AMERICA
Difficulties Are Ecumenical Opportunities, Says Pope. They Drive Us to Grow in Charity
Difficulties Teach Us to Trust, Says Prelate. Newly Appointed Bishop Shares Vocation Story
Digital Age Seen as Revolutionary. Vatican Aide Says It Changed How People Communicate
Digital Audio Device Makes Bible Accessible Anywhere. GoBible for Catholics Includes Daily Readings, Prayers, Other Tools
Dignity of Human Embryo Underlined
Dignity Seen as Priority in Fighting Hunger. Aide Comments on Pope's Message to Food Summit
Diocesan Process Opens for Cardinal Van Thuân. Prizes Honor Solidarity, Development Projects
Diocese of Frascati Prepares for Papal Mass This Sunday. Bishop Raffaello Martinelli Speaks on the Importance of the Holy Father's Visit
Dioceses Asked to Help AIDS Sufferers
Diplomatic Corps Called to the Vatican. Ambassadors to Be Briefed on Day of Prayer and Fasting for Syria
Diplomatic Corps: Pope’s Wishes for Countries at War
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN HOLY SEE AND RUSSIA
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS HOLY SEE - BOTSWANA
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS HOLY SEE-VIETNAM BEING STUDIED
Diplomatic Relations Set Up With Montenegro
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
DIPLOMATS: ARTISANS OF PEACE AND SINCERE DIALOGUE
DIRECTOR GENERAL OF UNESCO RECEIVED BY THE HOLY FATHER
Director Named for Vatican Museums
Director Named for Vatican's New Finance Authority. Brings 20-Year Experience in Combatting Money Laundering
Director of Focolare Priests Dies
Director of Italian Bishops' Newspaper Resigns. Victim of Feud Embroiling Church and Political Leaders
Directory of New Church Entities Published
Disabled Chinese Orphans Threatened by Government. Rights Foundation Warns: Orphanage Being Used to Punish Bishop
Disappointment Over California Marriage Ruling "Activism Run Amok," Says Legal Expert
Disaster Looming for Gaza's Refugees
Discalced Carmelite Who Died at 26 to Be Beatified
Discalced Carmelites Elect New Superior General
Discalced Carmelites' Superior on the New Challenges. Interview With Father Luis Ar?stegui
Disciple of Secularism Turns Catholic, Part 1. Vittorio Messori Speaks About His Own Conversion By Nicolas de Cardenas
Disciple of Secularism Turns Catholic, Part 2. Vittorio Messori Speaks About His Own Conversion By Nicolas de Cardenas
Discipleship and Citizenship
DISCOVER SPIRITUAL, RELIGIOUS DIMENSION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Discovering an Eastern Church. Historian Explains History and Significance of the Ukrainian Church By Ann Schneible
Discovering St. Paul's World. Interview With Author Joseph Callewaert By Kathleen Naab
Discovering the Catholic Church in Macedonia. Film Director Shares Observations of a New Springtime
Discovering the Meaning of Pain. Aide Comments on Papal Trip to Padre Pio's Tomb
Discovering the Pope From the New World. Andrea Tornielli Comments on His Biography of Francis
Displaced Iraqi Christians at Core of Conference in Jordan. Caritas Jordan, Apostolic Nunciature in Amman Consider Future of Refugees, Charities' Role
Display Brings Vatican History to Life. World's Smallest State Marking 80 Years
Displaying Death. Human Dignity in Question at Body World Exhibits By Father John Flynn
Distance From God Rooted in Heart (Part 1). Interview With Cardinal Paul Poupard
Distributing Communion to Concelebrants And More on Freemasonry
Distribution of Communion Through the Ages
Distributor Bringing Holy Land to More Homes
DIVERSITY IS A TEACHING, THERE IS NO NEED TO FEAR IT
Dives and Lazarus: A Story of Personal Relationships. Biblical Reflection for 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time C By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Divine Diplomacy. Religion's Role in International Society By Father John Flynn, L.C.
DIVINE LAW DOES NOT ELIMINATE HUMAN FREEDOM
Divine Love and Human Love. Lectio Divina: Solemnity of the Holy Trinity
Divine Mercy a Key Facet of Faith, Says Pope Remembers John Paul II's Devotion
Divine Mercy and the See of Peter. Monsignor Josef Bart on Devotion to Blessed John Paul II By Jose Antonio Varela Vidal
Divine Mercy and the Wrath of God. Part of God's Boundless Mercy is Righteous Anger
Divine Mercy Congress Planned at Vatican
Divine Mercy Enthroned in Former Soviet Nation. Mission Director Says Devotion Proves Love Stronger Than Hate By Nieves San Martín
Divine Mercy Sets Us Free. John Paul II, an Apostle of Mercy, Still Is Interceding for Us
DIVINE MERCY SPECIAL: The Story of the Painting of Vilnius: St. Faustina to Pope Francis
Divine Mercy Sunday And More on Communion on Good Friday
Divine Mercy Sunday, Sunday “in Albis”: Exclusive Interview with Monsignor de Monleon, O.P.
Division Is Devil’s Main Weapon, Pope Tells Bishops
DIVISION OF CHURCH AND STATE MUST NOT BE ANTAGONISTIC
Divorce and Abortion: Roadblocks to Faith? Conference Considers Church's Role in Healing By Carrie Gress
Divorce, Single Parenting and Kids' Well-being
Do Business Owners Forfeit Religious Freedom? U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments Against Contraception Mandate
Do Immigrants Annoy You? Pope at Audience Recognizes Temptation to Feel Hostile Toward Needy
Do Married Couples Have a Right to a Child?
Do Not Contemplate Jesus only “in the Paintings,” but in Suffering Brothers
DO NOT OBSCURE THE VALUE OF THE LEGITIMATE FAMILY.
Do You Also Wish to Go Away? Biblical Reflection for 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time B By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Do You Also Wish to Go Away? Biblical Reflection for 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time B By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Do You Appreciate Your Priest? Spanish Bishop Composes Test
Do You Know Who's Behind Your News? Archbishop Chaput Warns of "Fourth Estate"
Doctor Denounces Conscientious Objection Ban. Says Women Will Lose Choice Rights
Doctor Describes Miracle in AIDS Treatment. Affirms Benedict XVI's View on Halting Disease
Doctor Says Many Are Cured in Lourdes. Invites Physicians to Attend Congress for Their Own Healing
Doctor Who Found Cause of Down Syndrome Moves Closer to Canonization. Diocesan Phase Closes for Jérôme Lejeune
Doctor Who Founded Billings Method Dies at 95. Taught Natural Family Planning With Doctor-Husband for Decades
Doctor Who Was 'Devils Advocate' in John Paul Miracle Says There's No Doubt. Costa Rican Doctor Ramirez Carbajal Explains Case of Mora's Aneurism, Recovery
Doctors and the Challenge of Poverty. Interview With Organizer of FIAMC Congress
Doctors Issue Pro-life Ecumenical Statement At World Congress in Spain
Doctors React to Winner of Nobel in Medicine
Doctors Sound Alarm About Obama. Urge Fellow Professionals to Educate Public
Doctrinal Congregation on Reform of Women Religious Leaders' Group. Pope Francis "reaffirmed the findings of the Assessment and the program of reform for this Conference of Major Superiors"
Doctrinal Formation and Communion Under Both Kinds. The Theology Behind Receiving Body and Blood By Father Paul Gunter, OSB
DOCTRINAL NOTE ON SOME ASPECTS OF EVANGELIZATION
Document Focuses on Fight Against Corruption
Document Focuses on Homosexuality vis-a-vis Priesthood. Vatican Lists Guidelines Where Ordination Shouldn't Take Place
Document Names Pius XII as Co-Conspirator Against Hitler. Foundation to Publish New Evidence from Germany
Document on Marriage and Natural Law in the Works
DOCUMENT ON THE FAMILY AND HUMAN PROCREATION
DOCUMENT REGARDING CERTAIN ASPECTS OF CHURCH DOCTRINE
Document Shows Homosexuals Much Sensitivity. Interview With Cardinal Cottier on New Vatican Instruction
Documentary Recounts a Mother's Heroic Choice
Documentary Released on Poland's Solidarity Movement Chaplain. Blessed Father Jerzy Popieluszko Was Admired by John Paul II
Documentary Reveals Life of Cloistered Benedictines. Fashion Photographer Brings Nuns to Film
Documents Reveal Pius XII Saved 11,000 Roman Jews. Pave the Way Foundation Announces Findings By Jesús Colina
Documents: Pius XII Favored a Jewish Homeland in Palestine. Foundation Continues to Unearth Testimony That Pius Was in No Way 'Hitler's Pope'
Does Benedict XVI Have Confidence in the Press? Communications Council Leader Says Yes
Does Peace Have a Chance?
Does Religion Really Have a 'Smart-People Problem'? Have Scientists and Philosophers Abandoned Theism?
Dominican Cardinal Stresses Solidarity With Haiti
Dominican General Chapter Shows Modern Touch. Technology Put to Use by 800-Year-Old Order
Dominican Republic Urged to Fight Corruption. Pope Affirms Birthplace of Church in Latin America
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVE IS THE FAMILY
Dominicans Urge End to Pakistani Crisis. Say Christian Community Feels Threatened
Dominicans' New Leader Gives 1st Interview. Father Bruno Cadoré Elected Sunday
Dominos Pizza Founder Wins Motion Against HHS Mandate. Files Temporary Restraining Order Against US Government's Violation of First Amendment Rights
Don Bosco House Opens in Thailand
Don Bosco Relics Coming to US and Canada. World Prepares for Saint's 200th Birthday
Don Bosco Relics Finish US, Canada Tour. Archbishop Notes Enduring Presence of Saints
Don Bosco Relics Renew Faith in Asia. 130-Nation Tour Continues
Don't Be 'Soap Bubble' Christians, Pope Exhorts in Morning Homily. Warns Against Vanity and Being Beautiful Only for a Second
Don't Exclude Church from Social Life, Says Pope. European Bishops Reflect on Challenges After Berlin Wall
Don't Fear Jesus, Benedict XVI Exhorts. Invites "Wise Men" of Today to Face the Light of Christ
Don't Forget Africa, Pontiff Appeals. Urges Faithful to Pray, Speak Up
Don't Forget Human Rights in Haiti, Urges Prelate Recalls Importance of Principle of Subsidiarity
Don't Forget the Greatest Gifts of All. Cardinal Pell Reflects on Giving and Receiving
Don't Forget the Poor, U.S. Congress Is Urged
Don't Get Lost in Problems, Says Pope. Encourages Perceiving the Beautiful Things That Come From the Lord
Don't Just Keep the Faith, Spread It. Father C.J. McCloskey Shares Evangelization Tips
Don't Just Repaint, Repent. Readying Ourselves for a New Heart
Don't Let Advent End, Says Cardinal. Urges Extending the Season to Entire Life
Don't Let Death Get You Down, Pontiff Says
Don't Let Wi-Fi Leave Your Prayer Life Dry. Vatican Aide Encourages Setting Aside Times of Silence
Don't Water Down the Faith, Pope Tells Koreans. At Beatification Mass, Asks Faithful to Put Christ First
Donating One's Body to Science. Intention Must Be to Serve the Needs of Others By William E. May
Donations Increase to Aid to the Church in Need. International Charity Supports Nearly 6,000 Projects in 2005
Donations to Peter's Pence Accepted Online. Annual Collection Helps Pope Support Charities
Donations to Peter's Pence Increase
Dony Mac Manus: Art Meets Theology of the Body. Interview With the Irish Artist and Sculptor By Robert F. Conkling
Doors and Borders Are Not to Push People Away, Says Pope at Audience
Doors Shut; Conclave Under Way. At 5:35 Local Time, Cardinals Left Alone to Begin Voting
Dorothy Day's Duty of Delight. Interview With Editor of Diaries By Annamarie Adkins
Double Synods Show Church's Concern for Family. 2014, 2015 Events Address Unprecedented Challenges
Doubting Thomas and an Unceasing Rivalry. A Guest From Florence
Doubts, Difficulties and Disobedience. Faith Seeks Understanding
Down Syndrome and the Pressure to Abort. Elizabeth Schiltz on Change in Attitudes
Dozens of Cures Reported in John Paul II Cause
DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR OCTOBER'S MIDDLE EAST SYNOD
Draft Text on Unbaptized Children Being Analyzed
Draining Death of Meaning. Suffering in an Age Without God By Carrie Gress
Draw Close to God This Advent, Urges Pope. Reflects on St. Chromatius, Bishop of Aquileia
DRAW ON JOHN PAUL II'S TEACHING TO FACE CURRENT PROBLEMS
Dreams of Wedded Bliss Not Dead. Cohabitation Most Likely Linked to Poverty By Father John Flynn, LC
Dressing Properly for the Feast. Biblical Reflection for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time A By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Drinking Coffee With Ecclesiastical Leaders. Synod Breaks Provide Important Networking Moment By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB
Drive Carefully, Exhorts Pontiff
Drive-By Shooting Kills 6 Egyptian Christians Cardinal Kasper Stresses Solidarity with Coptic Orthodox
Drop Box Saves Abandoned Babies From Infanticide. South Korean Pastor Lee Jong-rak
Dropping Out: Why Young People Leave the Church. 20-Somethings Cite Many Reasons for Disconnect By Father John Flynn, LC
Drought Threatens 11 Million in Horn of Africa
DUALISM AND THE CONTRACEPTIVE MIND. THE PHILOSOPHICAL ROOTS. William J. Dennis, M.D., M.A.
Dublin 2012: Church's 50th Eucharistic Congress. Pope Notes Anniversaries to Be Marked in Ireland
Dublin Archbishop Hopeful About Accord
Dublin Archbishop Says Economics Cannot Be Only Factor in Considering Immigration "The Church must be a space where real human concern reaches out from our hearts to the migrant or the refugee as a brother and sister"
Dublin Archbishop Speaks on Hope in Midst of Economic Crisis. European Bishops Conference Commission Emphasizes Importance of Social Cohesion By Junno Arocho
Dublin Archbishop: Polemics Don't Protect Children. Encourages Church and State to Work Together
Dublin Child Abuse Report Coming Soon. Details Authorities' Response to Claims
Dublin Eucharistic Congress Sets High Goals for Youth "Go! Be Church" Program Expecting to Attract Thousands
Dublin International Congress Brought Children to Jesus. Adoration for Children Was Novelty at Eucharistic Conference By Sandy Rongish
Dublin Launches Walking Pilgrimage. Eucharistic Congress to be Preceded by Walk Through City
Dublin Parishes to Take Part in Aid for Philippines, Syria. Priests Asked to Take Collections in Response to Urgent Requests
Dublin Prelate: Reform Comes From Those Who Love Admits Discouragement About Future of Church in Ireland
Dublin Visitor to Bring "New Eyes" to Abuse Crisis. Cardinal O'Malley Says Archdiocese Has Already Made Progress
Dublin's Archbishop on Compendium of Social Doctrine. "Not a Simple Scissors-and-Paste Job"
Dublin's Archbishop on Ethics, the Economy and Caring. Reflects on Lessons Learned From Financial Crisis By Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
DUBLIN, SITE OF NEXT INTERNATIONAL EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS
Duchess Hails Micro-credit as Path to Peace. Luxembourg's Maria Teresa Receives Award
Duke Henri, 4 Foundations Receive Van Thuân Prize. Justice and Peace Council Recognizes Defenders of Dignity
During Angelus, Pope Appeals for Nuns Kidnapped in Nigeria to Be Returned Home
During Angelus, Pope Gives Thanks for Jubilee; Signs Apostolic Letter
During Angelus, Pope Reminds Mexicans They Can Change Their Reality
During Angelus, Pope Suggests We Can Be Saints Too
During Angelus, Pope Urges Renewed Prayers for Christian Unity
During Crisis, Youth Spread Joy in Lebanon
During General Audience, Pope Reminds Faithful of His Visit Tomorrow to Assisi
During In Flight Presser, Pope Discusses Trump, Fatima, Medjugorje and More
During Morning Homily, Pope Distinguishes Between ‘True’ and ‘False’ Fasting
During Morning Homily, Pope States 3 ‘Apostolic Attitudes’ of St. Paul
During Morning Homily, Pope Tells of 3 Traits Which Have Helped Church Grow
During the Funeral of Pope John Paul II
Dutch Bishops Promise Justice to Abuse Victims. Report Shows Widespread Problem Before 1981
Dutch Missionary Beatified in Brazil
Dutch Missionary Priest in Syria Shot Dead. Stayed With Christians Unable to Evacuate Homs
Duties Before Rights. Interview With Director of Van Thuan Observatory
DVD a "Chance to Meet St. Paul Today"
DVD Commemorates Cardinal's Cuba Trip
DVD Details John Paul's Death, Benedict's Election
DVD/Video Promotes Vocations
DVDs Offer Rediscovery of the Faith. Include Expert Interviews, Youth Testimonies
Dying Is Terrifying, Which Is Why We Need Courage. Christians Meant to Fly to Greater Heights Than Assisted Suicide