• Seven Mysterious Facts About Fatima

    Miracles of the sun witnessed by tens of thousands. Little children in a remote hamlet claiming apparitions of Mary. Three mysterious ‘secrets’ revealed — or not — over the course of the 20th century. A pope who claimed that Our Lady of Fatima had saved…

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  • “We’ll Just Pray For a Miracle”

    The Saving of Most Precious Blood Parish By Donna Sue Berry The Latin Mass is a grassroots, growing phenomenon – and you can’t get much more ‘grassroots’ than Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fittingly, it is there that we find the amazing growth story of Most Precious Blood…

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  • A Dominican Miracle in Columbus, Ohio

    A few quick facts about this amazing parish: It is over 150 years old It is surrounded by old warehouses and a secular community college It is located in the downtown core of a major metropolitan city It has no “neighborhood” – no houses, no…

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  • In the Shadow of America’s Most Unchurched State Capital

    St Joseph’s in Salem, Oregon Article by Harry Stevens Photographs by Rick Keating It was 1853 – in the midst of a Famine which was killing fully one quarter of his countrymen — when the Irish immigrant Father James Croke saddled up his horse in…

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  • Come Out Virginia, Don’t Let ‘Em Wait

    (Catholic Girls Start Much Too Late) by Kelly Thomas When men hear that I won’t have sex until marriage, they have one of two reactions: A) they run screaming in the opposite direction or B) they nod soberly, muttering assurances about respect, all the while…

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  • BRING BACK THE LOWLY ALTAR BOY

    by Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor With all the hullabaloo on this topic, I have tried valiantly to avoid having a  knee-jerk opinion on altar girls. Now, however, I have actually spent some time thinking about it. And I do have an opinion, based on my…

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  • (A Breath-takingly Beautiful) Triduum at St. Mary’s, Warrington

    Article by Beverly Stevens Photos by John Aron It was an august assembly for an historic event. In November 2015, Archbishop Malcolm McMahon O.P. of Liverpool – the Metropolitan Archbishop for the North of England – attended in choir the Mass of inauguration of St…

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  • Hanceville Says Goodbye to Mother Angelica

    With all of the hullaballoo surrounding the passing of Mother Angelica, it’s easy to miss the people closest to her — her Alabama neighbors. Here’s some commentary by one of them, Regina writer Ginger Quick, on watching the body of Mother Angelica being brought to…

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  • God Lives Here

    The Springtime of St Ann’s by Zachary Levering Photo Credits: Zachary Levering, John Cosmas, SueAnn Howell/Catholic News Herald The year is 1955. On August 15, the Feast of the Assumption, a parish is born in Charlotte, North Carolina. Situated on a quaint corner on South…

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  • Jennifer’s Tale – Part 2

    (For Part One, click HERE) Jennifer (not her real name) is a 42 year old NYC teacher. A cradle Catholic, she had not practiced her Faith for years. After a traumatic abortion experience, she reached out for help – and found herself directed to the…

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  • Jennifer’s Tale – Part 1

    Many post-abortive women suffer from psychic pain. Most have not understood the degree to which they were victimized – by a ‘dating’ ethos which insists that promiscuity is ‘empowering’, by the men who bully them into aborting, by a society which allows no room for…

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  • Paratrooper Priest

    He is 32 years old, often deployed, supporting French troops as a Catholic priest wherever the winds of war may take them.  His experience is telling, not only because he is from a country whose media and intellectual elite are often vituperatively anti-clerical, but because he…

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  • American Demons

    Ever wonder what happens to neglected children in a secular culture driven by materialism and devoid of integrity? David is now 22 years old, born and raised a nominal Christian in the American South. But as a teenager, he entered the shadowy world of the…

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