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  1. The Universality and Idiosyncrasy of Sainthood

    Every saint is idiosyncratic. On the face of it, this seems so self-evident that we might wonder why it even needs to be said. Of course, St. Ignatius of Antioch is different from St. Ignatius of Loyola. Obviously, St. Teresa of Ávi...

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  2. An Interview with Anna Keating of The Catholic Catalogue

    Being Catholic means living a life. The practice precedes the theology. This is the premise behind the eclectic and ever-engaging collection of multi-media material—articles, reviews, playlists, video—that makes up The Cath...

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