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See the face of a man who lived in Switzerland 1,300 years ago...

Adelasius Ebalchus has a decidedly Latin name for a man who lived in Switzerland around A.D. 700, centuries after the western Roman Empire fell apart. That choice of name was deliberate, explains Mirjam Wullschleger of the Solothurn state archaeology department. It was at this time that Germanic peoples were moving into the Swiss Plateau in the country’s north...

This chemist will be the first beatified Opus Dei numerary...

On May 18 in Madrid, Guadalupe Ortiz de Landazuri, a laywoman, will become the first numerary of Opus Dei to be beatified. A chemist, university teacher, and close associate of St. Josemaría Escrivá, she was known for her strong character, big heart, and cheerfulness. According to Beatriz Gaytan, a historian who knew Ortiz: “Whenever I think of her...

‘I hate all of you’: ‘Juno’ writer regrets that her movie was pro-life...

These are the times that try feminists’ souls. Pro-life laws in places like Georgia and Alabama threaten to produce an epidemic of live, healthy births in red states in the not-too-distant future. All good progressives must rally to the abortion uber alles flag. Now is not time to be seen as a summer sister or sunshine patriarchy smasher...

Ex-Legionary, Fox News personality Father Jonathan Morris asks to leave the priesthood...

Father Jonathan Morris, a former member of the Legion of Christ who was at one time among the most prominent Catholic priests in America as a contributor to Fox News, has asked to be dismissed from the clerical state, indicating he wants to be free to “marry and have a family” though saying it’s not about an “existing relationship...

Harvard researchers discovered an astonishing fact about people who go to Mass ...

A Harvard research study followed 89,000 women over a 15-year period in order to understand the relationship between religion and suicide. Results showed that Catholic women who attended Mass weekly had a suicide rate that was half that of the general population. Of the 7,000 women who attended Mass more than once a week, not a single one committed suicide during the 15 years of the study...