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The torn veil

I would not, in the ordinary course of events have wanted to come to England, that Spring of 1966. I, Gulshan Fatima, the youngest daughter of a Muslim Sayed family, descended from the prophet Mohammed through that other Fatima, his daughter, had always lived a quietly secluded life at home in the Punjab, Pakistan. Not

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The Red Sea Rule

Rob Morgan, experienced a difficult season of life several years ago.  Engulfed with anxiety bordering on panic, he opened his Bible to Exodus 14. There he read the above account of the journey through the Red Sea. But rather than reading mere historic facts, Rob discovered dynamic principles: The Red Sea Rules. He saw 10

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Son of God

The larger-than-life story of the New Testament—from Jesus’ humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion, and resurrection—gets its own motion-picture treatment! Told with the scope and scale of an action epic, it features powerful performances, exotic locales, dazzling visual effects, and a rich orchestral score from Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer. Rated PG-13. Dove faith-based. Approx.

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The Little Oratory

He and I have been talking about such things for a couple of years now, and I had emailed him a list of goals I had for a workshop for helping the families of our parish make a little prayer table in their home — with the idea that this simple element can be the

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Defining Issues

This is a collection of original essays for CatholicCulture.org written between 2004 and 2006. Topics reflect the author’s interest in integrating issues and discussions raised by readers on the website into a cohesive vision of Catholic life. The range is impressive, addressing Catholic superheroes, Buddhism, Modernism, spam, parenting, arguing, the Chastisement, Tolkien, clergy and laity,