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SPECIAL REPORT: Families Separated at the Border
Distinctly Catholic: Recent appearances of Benedict in print and Francis on camera give insight into how, in different ways, they have avoided the strangeness of Vatican culture.
Pope St. John XXIII, who dedicated the last days of his life to cry out for an end to the proliferation of nuclear weapons, has been named the patron saint of the Italian army.
Catholic social teaching about the family and the human person "flies in the face of the modern individualist attitudes that pervade our culture."
Making a Difference: Sts. John XXIII and John Paul II challenged all of us to advance the kingdom of God, a kingdom of love, justice and peace.