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[Video] Incredible Story: Friend of Fulton Sheen, Alcoholic, Priest of Mercy

A few months back, I wrote about the death of one of my closest friends, Fr. Ed Thompson. He passed away in February at 92 years old, the oldest active priest in the Diocese of Orlando. He was a spiritual giant with a massive legacy. He served for over 20 years at our parish, St. Mary Magdalen in Altamonte Springs, FL, and was … Continue reading

5 Surprising Facts from the Latest U.S. Poll About God and Atheism

CARA is a national, non-profit research group affiliated with Georgetown University. It conducts social scientific studies about the Catholic Church. Founded in 1964, CARA has three major dimensions to its mission: to increase the Church’s self understanding to serve the applied research needs of Church decision-makers to advance scholarly research on religion, particularly Catholicism CARA’s latest research concerns religious belief in … Continue reading

How Catholics Changed America: An Interview with Emily Stimpson

Few writers know the American Catholic Church scene better than Emily Stimpson. As a longtime journalist for the Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly and several other Catholic publications, she’s written hundreds of articles on American parishes, religious trends, and on-the-ground Catholic life. That made her the perfect writer to pair with Catholic Vote’s Brian Burch to produce The American Catholic Almanac: … Continue reading


Get your FREE Catholic audiobook!

Over on my Resources page I highlight several tools I use each day. One of my favorites is Audible. Audible is a main reason I’m able to read so many books each year. The app, which works on almost any smartphone or tablet, lets you listen to audiobooks while you’re driving, exercising, or working around the house. Audible uses professional … Continue reading

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