Fortnight For Freedom: Nuns of the Battlefield

      The Church is sometimes depicted as somehow an alien presence in this fair land of freedom.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Catholics, beginning with Christopher Columbus, have played a vital role in American history from

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Nuns of the Battlefield

Visitors to Washington DC might be surprised at first to encounter a monument to nuns and sisters entitled Nuns of the Battlefield.  It was erected by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in 1924 to honor the some

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From Harvard To Her Religious Calling

Mary Anne Marks graduated from Harvard University at the top of her class.  You may have heard of her, she is the one that gave the salutatory address all in Latin. She received a standing ovation. In addition to graduating

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Booming Traditional Religious Orders!

What has been an open secret is now backed by empirical evidence: The most successful institutes in terms of attracting and retaining new members at this time are those that follow a more traditional style of religious life in which

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