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Church Life

 'A UNIFORM CHURCH IS NO CHURCH'
The Pope in Santa Marta: we must purify her, starting from ourselves; 'each of us builds according to the gift that God has given'

 'AMERICA' ON RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
In light of the continuing debate around religious liberty and the rights of religious organizations, America magazine presents a collection of articles that have discussed, defended and articulated these issues over the past 70 years.

 'Catholic' Doesn't Mean What You Think It Does
We need to see ourselves and understand our Church (which is the Body of Christ) as living and moving "throughout-the-whole," as mutually building each other up (1 Thessalonians 5:11), and as welcoming all with open arms as Jesus did.

 'New Era' Under Pope Francis
The cardinal who heads Pope Francis' Council of Cardinals said the Catholic Church is entering a "new era" and accused critics of the pope's statements on economic injustice of failing to "understand reality."

 'Nones' on the Net
Is the Internet bad for religion?
Why are Americans dropping out of church?  One reason? They’re logging on to the Internet.

 'SPIRITUAL ASSAULT'
Catholics are looking for a church grounded in Scripture and animated by mutual respect and cooperation, one in which baptism, not ordination, has preeminence.

 10 ways religion shaped the news in 2012
From the nuns to the "nones," religion dominated the headlines throughout 2012. Faith was a persistent theme in the presidential race, and moral and ethical questions surrounded budget debates, mass killings and an unexpected focus on "religious freedom."

 2014; A YEAR OF CHANGE IN THE CHURCH
Here are five memorable stories from 2014 that will likely continue to impact the church in 2015 and beyond.

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