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1 Sacerdotalis Caelibatus (The Celibacy Of The Priest)
2 Sacerdotii Nostri Primordia (On St. John Vianney)
3 Sacra Propediem (On the Third Order of St. Francis)
4 Sacra Virginitas (On Consecrated Virginity)
5 Sacram Liturgiam (The Sacred Liturgy)
6 Sacrament in Crisis, A
7 Sacrament of Confession Not Easy for Priests or People, But Valuable for All
8 Sacrament of Confirmation, The
9 Sacrament of God's Mercy, The
10 Sacrament of Marriage, Icon of God's Love for Humanity, The
11 Sacrament of Penance, The
12 Sacrament of Penance, The
13 Sacrament of the Eucharist, The
14 Sacramental Grace in Marriage
15 Sacramental Nature of Matrimony, The
16 Sacramental Protection of the Family
17 Sacramentality of Human Love According to Saint John Paul II, The
18 Sacraments and the History of Salvation, The
19 Sacraments of Reconciliation, the Priesthood and the Eucharist Are Manifestations of Mercy of the Father, The
20 Sacraments: Channels of Divine Grace
21 Sacramentum Caritatis
22 Sacred Art as a Pedagogical Tool
23 Sacred Art: a Rebirth?
24 Sacred Edifices
25 Sacred Heart And The Eucharist, The
26 Sacred Heart and the Eucharist, The
27 Sacred Heart Of Jesus, Mystery of God's Love
28 Sacred Language Restored
29 Sacred Music — Time to Reconnect with Worship?
30 Sacred Music Contributes to New Evangelization
31 Sacred Music Is Integral Part of Liturgy
32 Sacred Scripture And Tradition: Theologically-Based Architectural Principles For A New Millennium
33 Sacred Signs and Active Participation at Mass
34 Sacred Signs and Religious Formation: An Application of the Teachings of Monsignor Romano Guardini
35 Sacred Tradition: The Forgotten Doctrine?
36 Sacred Twosome, A
37 Sacredness of Human Life in a Desacralized World, The
38 Sacredness of Life and the Real Presence, The
39 Sacredness Of Tradition, The
40 Sacrifice and Vocations
41 Sacrifice, a Christian Recipe for Marriage
42 Sacrorum Antistitum and the Background of the Oath Against Modernism
43 Sacrum Septenarium
44 Saeculo Exeunte Octavo (On The Independence Of Portugal)
45 Saepe Nos (On Boycotting In Ireland)
46 Saepe Venerabiles Fratres (On Thanksgiving For Twenty-five Years Of Pontificate)
47 Safe Motherhood and the 'Conspiracy of Silence'
48 Safeguard the Memory of the People
49 Safeguarding Human Life: The Very Beginning
50 Saint Albert the Great
51 Saint Alphonsus Liguori
52 Saint Ambrose of Milan
53 Saint Anselm
54 Saint Anthony of Padua
55 Saint Athanasius of Alexandria
56 Saint Augustine of Hippo (2)
57 Saint Augustine of Hippo (3)
58 Saint Augustine of Hippo (4)
59 Saint Augustine of Hippo (5)
60 Saint Basil
61 Saint Bede, the Venerable
62 Saint Benedict
63 Saint Benedict of Norcia
64 Saint Birgitta
65 Saint Bonaventure
66 Saint Bonaventure (2)
67 Saint Boniface, the Apostle of the Germans
68 Saint Bridget of Sweden
69 Saint Catherine of Bologna
70 Saint Catherine of Genoa
71 Saint Catherine of Siena
72 Saint Chromatius of Aquileia
73 Saint Clare of Assisi
74 Saint Columban
75 Saint Cyprian
76 Saint Cyril of Alexandria
77 Saint Cyril of Alexandria’s Defense of Mary
78 Saint Cyril of Jerusalem
79 Saint Dominic Guzmán
80 Saint Elizabeth of Hungary
81 Saint Eusebius of Vercelli
82 Saint Francis de Sales
83 Saint Francis of Assisi
84 Saint Francis of Assisi
85 Saint Francis of Assisi in a New Light
86 Saint Germanus: Bishop and Patriarch of Constantinople
87 Saint Gertrude the Great
88 Saint Gianna Beretta Molla: Wife, Mother and Physician
89 Saint Gregory Nazianzus Part 1
90 Saint Gregory Nazianzus Part 2
91 Saint Gregory of Nyssa
92 Saint Gregory of Nyssa - 2
93 Saint Gregory the Great (1)
94 Saint Gregory the Great (2)
95 Saint Hilary of Poitiers
96 Saint Hildegard of Bingen
97 Saint Hildegard of Bingen (2)
98 Saint Ignatius of Antioch
99 Saint Irenaeus of Lyons
100 Saint Isidore of Seville
101 Saint Jerome (1)
102 Saint Jerome (2)
103 Saint Joan of Arc
104 Saint John Chrysostom
105 Saint John Damascene
106 Saint John Eudes
107 Saint John of Avila and the Reform of the Priesthood
108 Saint John of the Cross
109 Saint Joseph Cafasso
110 Saint Joseph Continues in His Role as Protector of the Body of Christ
111 Saint Joseph the Worker, Man of Faith and Prayer
112 Saint Juliana of Cornillon
113 Saint Lawrence of Brindisi
114 Saint Leo the Great
115 Saint Leonard Murialdo and Saint Joseph Cottolengo
116 Saint Matilda of Hackeborn
117 Saint Maximus of Turin
118 Saint Paul (20): St Paul's Life and Legacy
119 Saint Paul : Theology of the Sacraments
120 Saint Paul: Letters to the Colossians and Ephesians
121 Saint Paul: "The Greatest Missionary of All Times"
122 Saint Paul: Spiritual Worship
123 Saint Paul: The Apostle’s teaching on the relation between Adam and Christ
124 Saint Paulinus of Nola
125 Saint Paul's Concept of Apostolate
126 Saint Peter Canisius
127 Saint Peter Damian, “Gomorrah”, and Today's Moral Crisis
128 Saint Philip Neri and the Priesthood
129 Saint Pius the Tenth
130 Saint Robert Bellarmine
131 Saint Romanus the Melodist
132 Saint Tarcisius
133 Saint Teresa of Avila
134 Saint Theresa of Lisieux
135 Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
136 Saint Thomas Aquinas
137 Saint Thomas Aquinas (2)
138 Saint Thomas Aquinas (3)
139 Saint Veronica Giuliani
140 Saintliness Means Listening to Jesus and Following Him
141 Saintly Scholars of the Church, The
142 Saints Among Us
143 Saints Are Part of the Present and Future of the Church
144 Saints Reflect Infinite Love of Trinity
145 Saints Witness To Abiding Power Of Spirit
146 Saints, Witnesses and Companions of Hope
147 Salesians: Protecting, Reviving Faithfulness to the Call
148 Salted With Fire
149 Salutis Nostrae (Proclaiming A Universal Jubilee)
150 Salvadorian Bishops: Ambitious Efforts at Evangelization
151 Salvation is a Life-Long Process
152 Salvation is Both Faith and Works
153 Salvation Is 'for All Peoples'
154 Salvation Is Humanity's Ultimate Destiny
155 Salvation Outside the Church
156 Salvation, an engineer’s perspective
157 Salvifici Doloris (the Christian Meaning of Suffering)
158 Same Security that a Child Feels in the Arms of a Loving and All-Powerful Father, The
159 Same-Sex “Marriage,” “Hate Crimes,” and the New Totalitarianism
160 Same-Sex Attractions
161 Same-Sex 'Marriage' and Mental Health
162 Sanctification of the Priest Is Closely Linked to That of His People, The
163 Sanctifying, Evangelizing and Catechizing a Parish
164 Sanctions Should Not Become Instruments Of War
165 Sanctity in Marriage: It's the Same Difference
166 Sanctuarium in Ecclesia
167 Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother
168 Sanctus”: A Catechetical Signpost for the Mass , The
169 Santa Maria Ara Coeli
170 Santa Maria Della Grazia
171 Sapientiae Christianae—On Christians as Citizens
172 Satanism, Witchcraft and Church Feminists
173 Satis Cognitum (On The Unity Of The Church)
174 Saturday of the Fourth Week of Lent
175 Saving Love Everywhere
176 Saving One Life Cannot Justify Destroying Another
177 Saving the Best for Last: Blessed Karl I of Austria
178 Savior According to St. Paul: a Theological Exegesis of the Christological Hymn of 1 Timothy, The
179 Saviour of the Jews
180 Say "Yes' to Christ and to Your Noblest Ideals
181 Say 'No' to Hatred and Violence
182 Say with Peter: You Are the Messiah, Son of the Living God
183 Say 'Yes' To the Lord Who Comes
184 Scandal of Prime Minister Paul Martin's 'Moral Incoherence'
185 Scandals
186 Scapular Devotion, The
187 Scapular Medal, The
188 Scapular of Carmel, a Treasure For the Church
189 Schism, Obedience and the Society of St. Pius X
190 Schismatic Traditionalists
191 Schools Must Help Students Learn Moral Values
192 Schools of Spirituality
193 Schools, Places of Integral Formation of the Person
194 Science and Faith in the Search for Truth
195 Science and Religion in Identity Crisis
196 Science and Technology Cannot Fulfil All Needs
197 Science and the Eucharist
198 Science in the Service of a New Global Ecological Balance
199 Science Must Not Become the Criterion of Good
200 Science Must Promote the Human Search for What Is Good
201 Science Should Serve Humanity, Build Peace
202 Science That Is Ethically Responsible vs Science That Is Not
203 Scientific Achievement Must Aim at the True Good of Man
204 Scientific and Philosophical Expertise: An Evaluation of the Arguments on 'Personhood'
205 Scientific Findings Prove Harms of Soft Drugs
206 Scientific Progress Must Respect Human Dignity
207 Scientific Status of Intelligent Design, The
208 Scientific Study of the Bible
209 Scientists: Relic authenticates Shroud of Turin
210 Scottish Bishops' Pastoral on Human Embryo Legislation
211 Scottish Executive Should Give 'Unequivocal Support to Marriage'
212 Scouting in the Balance
213 Scriptural Reflection on the Rosary: the First Joyful Mystery, A
214 Scripturarum Thesaurus
215 Scripture Is a Source of Constant Renewal
216 Scripture on Homosexuality (Part 1 and Part 2)
217 Scruples and Psychology
218 Scruples, Neuroses, and the Confessional
219 Scrupulosity And How To Overcome It
220 Scrupulosity: The Occupational Hazard of the Catholic Moral Life
221 Search for God is the Fundamental Aim of Life
222 Search for Tranquility through Tranquilizers, The
223 Search for Truth Is Search for God
224 Searching for Viable Peace
225 Season's Finale, The
226 Second Apology Of Justin For The Christians Addressed To The Roman Senate, The
227 Second Council of Constantinople
228 Second Council of Lyons
229 Second Council of Nicaea
230 Second European Synod Was Sign of Hope For Catholics in Ukraine
231 Second Gift of the Holy Spirit: God's Understanding, The
232 Second Lateran Council
233 Second Look at Penance Services, A
234 Second Session of the Council of Trent
235 Second Vatican Council and Religious Liberty, a review, The
236 Second Vatican Council and the Holy Eucharist
237 Second Vatican Council II Closing Speeches and Messages
238 Second Vatican Council Was an Extraordinary Time of Reflection, Dialogue and Prayer, The
239 Secrecy of Confession Is Absolute
240 Secret Nazi Accounts of Events of July, 1942
241 Secret No More
242 Secret of Church's Dynamism Is Christ
243 Secret of Fatima and a New Evangelization, The
244 Sectarianism and Secularism: Bugbears for the Catholic Church in Scotland
245 Sects Or New Religious Movements: a Pastoral Challenge
246 Secular Humanism and Catechesis
247 Secularism
248 Secularism and the Common Good
249 Secularism as a State Religion
250 Secularism: Main Challenge Facing Church in Slovenia
251 Secularism's Empty Box
252 Secularization and Urbanization Must Be Faced with Solid and Mature Faith
253 Secularization, A Challenge for the Church in Germany
254 Sedated to Death? When Comfort Care Becomes Dangerous
255 Seder, Last Supper, Crucifixion, Resurrection
256 See Advent's Meaning Through Mary
257 See That Diocesan Tribunals Faithfully Exercise Ministry of Truth and Justice
258 See that Sunday Is Recognized and Celebrated as the Lord's Day
259 See the Human Faces
260 See The Loving Hand Of Our Father At Work In Mysteries Of Creation
261 See What Love the Father Has Given Us!
262 Seeds of Truth Are Found in Other Religions
263 Seeing Christ in All People
264 Seeing Clearly
265 Seeing Peter through Eastern Eyes
266 Seek a New Humanism of Work
267 Seek New Paths of Evangelization for Church and Society
268 Seek the Essential and Proclaim the Gospel, Especially to the Least Among Us
269 Seek Unity by Strengthening Relations Between Various Christian Churches
270 Seek Ways That Will Enable Us To Resolve The Divergences That Still Endure
271 Seeking a Health Plan that Does Not Expand Abortion
272 Seeking Clarity: A Plea to Untie the Knots in "Amoris Laetitia"
273 Seeking Peace in Marriage
274 Seeking Sanctity in the Desert and in the World
275 Seeking the Face of God
276 Seeking Truth Is Essential to Being Human
277 Self Interest, Rightly Understood
278 Self-Esteem: Why? Why Not?
279 Self-Giving Love: Humanae Vitae's Paradoxical Wisdom
280 Selling of a Myth, The
281 Seminarians, Priests, and Religious Encourged to Remain with the Lord
282 Seminaries: Prepare Sound Young Men To Follow Christ In A Secularized Society
283 Sempiternus Rex Christus (On The Council Of Chalcedon)
284 Senator Santorum on Being Catholic and a Politician
285 Senator Santorum Tells Graduates to 'Rebel Against the Culture'
286 Send Forth Your Spirit
287 Sense of the Faith, The
288 Sent Out into the World: the Holy Spirit, the Principal Agent of Mission
289 Sentinels Of A New Dawn Of Hope
290 Separating Human Being from Person Devolves into Self-Alienation, Social Injustice
291 September 24: Feast of Our Lady of Ransom
292 Serbia Christian Roots Offer Values for Reconciliation
293 Serious Deficiencies Abound in Popular Religion Text
294 Sermon by the Bishop of Münster, Clemens August Count von Galen
295 Sermon on the Holy Guardian Angels
296 Sermons on the Three Hours’ Agony
297 Sertum Laetitiae (On The Establishment Of The Hieracrhy In The United States)
298 Servant of God, Frank Duff
299 Servants and 'Voices' of Christ, Who Is Master of the Word
300 Serve the Lord with Detachment from the World
301 Service Not Servitude
302 Service of Authority and Obedience, The
303 Service To Life Grows Out Of Communion Of Persons
304 Service to the Common Good
305 Service to the Faith Is Also a Service to Joy
306 Service to the Pope and to the Holy See
307 Serving Justice and Peace Is an Imperative Task of the Church
308 Serving the Poor
309 Serving the Poor and Marginalized Was St. Giovanni Calabria's Charism
310 Serving Truth in the University
311 Serving, not Manipulating, Humanity
312 Sescentesima Anniversaria
313 Set Aside Arrogance, Let Us Bow before Those Whom the Lord Has Entrusted to Our Care
314 Set Out Anew from Christ!
315 Set Out Anew On The Path Of Sincere Negotiation
316 Set Your Face Resolutely Against All That Might Harm the Catholic Faith
317 Setting the Record Straight About a Recent Book
318 Setting Priorities: The Desire of Adults or the Good of the Children
319 Setting the Record Straight
320 Seven Epistles Of St. Ignatius Of Antioch, The
321 Seven Keys to a Christian Home
322 Seven Keys to a Christian Home
323 Seven Principles of Catholic Social Teaching
324 Seven Sacraments, The
325 Seventeen Most Common Errors in the Liturgy, The
326 Seventeen Questions about Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials
327 Seventeenth Session of the Council of Trent
328 Seventh Session of the Council of Trent
329 Sex Education: The Basic Issues I
330 Sex Education: Vatican Guidelines
331 Sex in Contemporary Literature - Modern 'Classics' and Condemned Works
332 Sex in Contemporary Literature - The Line Between Liberty and Lechery
333 Sex Tourism and How It Is Combated by Missionaries
334 Sex, Family and the Liberty of the Church
335 Sex, Lies, and Videotape
336 Sex, Marriage and the Supreme Court
337 Sex, Propaganda, and Higher Education: Inside the Opinion Mill
338 Sexual Anarchy: The Kinsey Legacy
339 Sexual Revolution Is Doomed, The
340 Sexual Revolution: Built Upon Sand
341 Sexual Salvation without Repression and Condemnation
342 Shadow of Cain Looms over History from 1914 to the Present, The
343 Shakedown: How Catholics Are Getting Ripped Off in the Name of Justice
344 Shameful History of Population Control, The
345 Shameless Archbishop . . . Weakland's Self-Revelations Are A Cautionary Tale, The
346 Shape, Significance and Ecclesial Impact of Eucharistic Congresses, The
347 Share The Experience Of Being With The Suffering
348 Share the Original Experience of Christianity ... The Personal Encounter With Jesus
349 Shared Ecumenical Task: Bearing Witness to the Living God
350 Shared Values and Rights for Dialogue among Cultures
351 Sharing the Earth's Resources to Feed the Hungry
352 Sharing the Treasure of Catholic Social and Moral Teaching
353 Shepherd Of Israel, Come To Our Aid!, O
354 Shine Like Beacons of God's Mercy in the World
355 Short Biography of Luisa Piccarreta
356 Short Biography of St. Francis of Assisi
357 Short Biography of St. Therese of Lisieux
358 Short Dream, A
359 Should Bakers be Required to Bake Gay Wedding Cakes?
360 Should Catholics Be Environmentalists?
361 Show Concern for Plight of Migrants
362 Show Heavenly Father's Truth and Love to Your Contemporaries, Who Are Thirsting for Real Values
363 Show Mercy to our Common Home
364 Show the Maternity of the Church
365 Show The Transformative Power Of Catholic Life And Teaching
366 Show Us, O Lord, Your Mercy; Grant ... Salvation
367 Shrine Built By the Poorest, The
368 Shrine That Charlemagne Built, The
369 Shrine That Has Never Been Destroyed, The
370 Shrine: Memory, Presence and Prophecy of the Living God, The
371 Shrines in Macao
372 Shrines in the Walls
373 Shrines of North America
374 Shrines to Our Lady
375 Shrines: A Tool for Evangelization
376 Shroud of Turin: An Icon of the Mystery of Easter Saturday
377 Shroud whispers: believe in God's love and flee from the misfortune of sin, The
378 Shrove Tuesday and Shrovetide
379 Shun the Worship of Idols
380 Si Diligis
381 Sick Are a Word of Hope and Joy, The
382 Sick Children And The Canonical Right To Sacraments
383 Sick People May Perceive the Merciful Love of God
384 Sick: 'Silently Calling for Solidarity', The
385 Sign of Contradiction and the new world order
386 sign of hope and communion, A
387 Sign of the Jubilee, A
388 Signatories to a Declaration of Life by Pro-Life Physicians
389 Significance of Joseph Husslein, S.J., The
390 Significance of Martyrdom, The
391 Significance of Modern Painting, The
392 Significance of the Apostolic Constitution "Anglicanorum Coetibus", The
393 Signing Apostolic Letter, Year Of The Rosary
394 Signing of the Apostolic Exhortion Africae Munus
395 Signs of Hope at the End of This Century
396 Signs of our Times — and What they Require from Priests, The
397 Sigrid Undset's Time Warp
398 Silence and Solitude
399 Silence and Solitude Reveal the Presence of God
400 Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization
401 Silence Is Indispensable for Prayer
402 Silence of God Is only Apparent, The
403 Silence the arms and return to dialogue!
404 Simeon is Open to the Lord's Action
405 Simon and Jude
406 Simple Purpose: Helping Tribunals Handle Their Work Better, A
407 Sin of Onan Revisted, The
408 Sin, Even In Those, Without Faith, Goes Against Our Conscience
409 Sing a New Song with Your Lives
410 Sing In Praise Of Christ's Redeeming Work
411 Sing To The Lord For He Is Triumphant
412 Sing to the Lord, All the Earth!
413 Singing for the Supper or the Sacrifice?
414 Singing the Mass
415 Singing the Mass: We Cannot Say that One Song Is as Good as Another
416 Singing With the Angels
417 Singulari Nos (On The Errors Of Lammenais)
418 Singulari Quadam (On Labor Organizations)
419 Singulari Quidem (On The Church In Austria)
420 Sins of Omission
421 Sister and the Submarine, The
422 Sister Faustina and Devotion to the Divine Mercy
423 Sisters of the 'Good Thanksgiving'
424 Sixteenth Session of the Council of Trent
425 Sixth Session of the Council of Trent
426 Sixth World Congress for the Pastoral Care of Gypsies
427 Six-year Pontificate, a Dynasty of Evangelizing Zeal, A
428 Slavery as Domestic Servitude
429 Slavorum Apostoli (The Apostles of the Slavs)
430 Slovaks Endured Relentless Persecution
431 Smart Raids & Rescues of Slaves
432 So Who Really are the Pentecostals?
433 Soap Out That Mouth! the Usage of Bad Language
434 Social Ethics In The Young Karol Wojtyla: A Study-In-Progress
435 Social Footprints of Contraception, The
436 Social Networks: Portals of Truth and Faith; New Spaces for Evangelization
437 Social Order Before and After the Protestant Reformation, The
438 Social Pastoral Ministry to Involve the People in Reconstruction and Growth
439 Socialization of Property, The
440 Social-Renewal Catholics
441 Societal Progress Depends on the Family
442 Society and Church Need Genius of Woman
443 Society as Whole Depends on Stable Families
444 Society in Transition Needs the Committed Witness of Lay, A
445 Society Of Catholic Social Scientists: Catholic Social Science And The Reconstruction Of The Social Order, The
446 Solidarity and Commitment to Overcome Difficulties
447 Solidarity Is Not an Option but Duty
448 Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (On The Social Teaching Of The Church)
449 Solving The Puzzle Of Natural Family Planning
450 Solzhenitsyn and Russia's Golgotha
451 Some Afterthoughts on New York State's Redefining Marriage
452 Some Aspects of Christian Meditation
453 Some Aspects of the Church Understood as Communion
454 Some Further Perspectives on Anne Catherine Emmerich
455 Some General Notes on Sacred Edifices
456 Some Observations Concerning the Catholic Theological Society of America Report on Tradition and the Ordination of Women
457 Some Practical Lessons of Historical Spirituality
458 Some Reflections on Confirmation
459 Some Reflections On The Present War
460 Some Reflections upon Religious Art
461 Some Scriptural Arguments For The All-Male Priesthood
462 Some Theological And Philosophical Aspects Of Spiritism
463 Some things change, some things really don't
464 Son of Divorce
465 Son of God Brings Fullness of Salvation
466 Son of Man Gave His Life as Ransom, The
467 Son Of Man Has Not Come To Be Served, But To Serve, And To Give His Life ..., The
468 Sons and Daughters of the Light: A Pastoral Plan for Ministry With Young Adults
469 Sons of God and the Sons of Perdition, The
470 Soul of Europe, The
471 Sound Catechesis and Careful Formation of the Heart
472 Sound Catechesis Enables Believers To Meet New Challenges
473 Sounds of Silence: The Symbolic Persecution of Pius XII
474 Source of Joy and Practical Help, A
475 Sources on Saint Francis of Assisi
476 South America, Our Lady in the New World
477 Sowing the Seeds of Chastity
478 Spain's Black Legend
479 Spanish Civil War, The
480 Spanish Inquisition: Fact Versus Fiction, The
481 Spe Salvi - Saved by Hope
482 Speaking the Truth Is Heart of Media Ethics
483 Speaking, Understanding the Language of the New Media
484 Speakout: Silence of the Faithful is Cowardice
485 Special Assembly for Africa: The Church in Africa in Service to Reconciliation, Justice and Peace
486 Special Bond Of Communion Uniting You With Peter
487 Special Indulgence for the Year for Priests
488 Special Synod for America (Lineamenta)
489 Special Time To Listen To The Lord, On This Lake Jesus Makes A Proposal To You, A
490 Special Year to Get Priests Back in Shape, A
491 Spectata Fides (On Christian Education)
492 Speech of Pope Benedict XVI to the Ambassador to the Holy See from the United States of America
493 Speech to Italian Farmers
494 Speech to the Last Council Meeting
495 Spesse Volte (On The Suppression Of Catholic Institutions)
496 Spider-Man and the Return to the Honorable Hero
497 Spins of Omission - A Review of 'The Popes Against the Jews'
498 Spirit Accompanies Jesus' Public Life
499 Spirit Acts in All Creation and History
500 Spirit and the Bride say, 'Come', The
501 Spirit Bestows Gift of Transcendent Life
502 Spirit Calls Church To Task Of New Evangelization
503 Spirit Calls Us To Move Beyond Divisions
504 Spirit Enables Us To Share in Divine Nature
505 Spirit Is Active Wherever the Truth Is Sought
506 Spirit Is Always Capable of New Surprises, The
507 Spirit is gradually revealed in Scripture
508 Spirit Is Guiding The Church Toward Full Unity, The
509 Spirit Is Present in the Paschal Mystery
510 Spirit Is Source of Communion, The
511 Spirit Is Source of New and Eternal Life
512 Spirit Is the Source of Ministries, The
513 Spirit Leads Church on Path of Renewal
514 Spirit Of Assisi Is More Necessary Than Before, The
515 Spirit of Dialogue, The
516 Spirit of Protestantism, The
517 Spirit of the Family Is the Constitutional Charter of the Church, The
518 Spirit of the Prophetess, The
519 Spirit Of Welcome Must Be Present Everywhere, The
520 Spirit Prays Through Us in the Psalms, The
521 Spirit Sends Us to Proclaim the Gospel
522 Spiritans, The
523 Spiritual and Cultural Role of Cinema
524 Spiritual and Material Mission to Rural America, A
525 Spiritual and Psychological Value of Frequent Confession, The
526 Spiritual Animal: Sacramental Nature of Church Art and Architecture, The
527 Spiritual Combat
528 Spiritual Ecumenism Is Soul Of Ecumenical Movement
529 Spiritual Exercises Favor the Contemplation of Christ
530 Spiritual Formation in Seminaries (Ratio Fundamentalis Instutionis Sacerdotaolis)
531 Spiritual Note in the Renaissance, The
532 Spiritual Pedagogy of Indulgences, The
533 Spiritual Power Of The Word Of God
534 Spiritual Reading — Who Needs It?
535 Spiritual Value of Music Infuses Us with Hope
536 Spiritual Warfare: The Occult Has Demonic Influence
537 Spirituality For All Seasons, A
538 Spirituality for Widows
539 Spirituality in the Professions and Workplace
540 Spirituality Of Dialogue Gives Reasons For Persevering
541 Spirituality Via Metaphysics: Maritain on Individuality and Personality
542 Spiritus et Sponsa
543 Splendor in Justice and Law, The
544 Splendor of the Church
545 Splinter Catholics Have It Their Way
546 Sport and the Educational Emergency
547 Sport Builds Friendship and Goodwill
548 Sport Can Help to Build Civil Society
549 Sports Should Provide Healthy Recreation
550 Spread Beautiful Fragrance Of Christ's Holiness
551 Spread Christian Values Through the Media
552 Spread the Dignity of Being Sons of God
553 Spread the Gospel in Secular World
554 Spread the Joy of the Faith
555 Spreading Joy Is Genuine Form of Love
556 Spring Brings Good News For Liturgy
557 Spurious Epistles Of Ignatius Of Antioch
558 Sr. Faustina Kowalska: A Model for Eucharistic Spirituality
559 Sr. Faustina: God's Gift to Our Time
560 St Augustine
561 St Edith Stein and St Maximilian Mary Kolbe
562 St Ignatius of Loyola and the Development of the Society of Jesus
563 St John Chrysostom - 2
564 St Joseph, Image of God's Fatherly Love
565 St Paul and the Church
566 St Paul and the Spirit
567 St Paul Offers Five Ways Of Dialogue And Mission
568 St Paul's "Conversion"
569 St. Agostina Paid the Price for Love with Her Life
570 St. Anselm of Canterbury: Scholarship Rooted in Prayer
571 St. Basil - Part 2
572 St. Basil The Great
573 St. Bernard of Clairvaux
574 St. Bernard of Corleone
575 St. Bernardino Fostered Holy Name Devotion
576 St. Bonaventure 3
577 St. Bridget Calls Us to Work for Unity
578 St. Bridget: A Unique Model Of Feminine Holiness
579 St. Brigit: The Mary of the Gail
580 St. Christopher the 'Christ Bearer'
581 St. Clement, Bishop of Rome
582 St. Ephrem
583 St. Faustina, Apostle of Divine Mercy
584 St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Virgin, Foundress
585 St. Francis Borgia
586 St. Helena and the True Cross
587 St. Ives, Patron Saint of Lawyers
588 St. Joan of Arc on the Big Screen
589 St. John Bosco’s Ten Steps to Helping Our Youth
590 St. John Chrysostom: The Prophet of Charity
591 St. John Fisher, Marriage, and Moral Absolutes
592 St. John Mary Vianney, the Curé d'Ars
593 St. John Neumann: Model for Priests
594 St. John XXIII and St. John Paul II Were Not Afraid to Look upon the Wounds of Jesus
595 St. José María Robles Hurtado
596 St. Joseph — a Compilation
597 St. Joseph and the Third Christian Millennium!
598 St. Joseph the Workman
599 St. Joseph, a Witness to Fulfillment of the Promise
600 St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church
601 St. Joseph: a Theological Introduction
602 St. Joseph: Man of Trust
603 St. Joseph’s Hospital no longer Catholic
604 St. Josephine Bakhita Was a Humble Witness to God's Love
605 St. Joseph's Role in the Spiritual Life
606 St. Justin, Philosopher and Martyr (c. 100-165)
607 St. Katharine Drexel Evangelized Native and African Americans
608 St. Kinga
609 St. Kinga's Love of the Bridegroom Was Expressed in Countless Works of Charity
610 St. Lawrence of Brindisi, Apostolic Doctor
611 St. Lawrence: Proto-Deacon of the Roman Church
612 St. Louis, Confessor, King of France
613 St. Luigi Scrosoppi
614 St. Marcellin Founded the Marist Brothers to make Jesus Known'
615 St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and the Reception of the Sacred Heart
616 St. Maximilian Kolbe and the Immaculate Conception
617 St. Maximus the Confessor
618 St. Michael: Guardian of the Church
619 St. Odo: Change of Lifestyle Based on Humility, Austerity
620 St. Paul and His Extraordinary Spiritual Heritage
621 St. Paul and the Apostles
622 St. Paul Apostle to the Gentiles
623 St. Paul Migrant, Apostle of the Peoples
624 St. Paul of the Cross: Outstanding Example of the Reparative Character of the Night of the Spirit
625 St. Paul, Ephesians 5 and Same-Sex Marriage
626 St. Paul's Call for Unfailing Confidence in God
627 St. Paul's New Outlook
628 St. Peter Claver: Slave of the Slaves Forever
629 St. Peter Damian
630 St. Peter Damian: Monk and Church Reformer
631 St. Peter's, Warts and All
632 St. Pio of Pietrelcina Guided Souls and Alleviated Suffering
633 St. Rafqa Petronilla al-Rayès
634 St. Richard and the Brigittines
635 St. Rita of Cascia
636 St. Robert Bellarmine's Influence on the Writing of the Declaration of Independence & the Virginia Declaration of Rights
637 St. Stephen: Meditation upon Sacred Scripture in Order to Understand the Present
638 St. Teresa Eustochio Verzeri
639 St. Teresa Presented a New Way of Being Carmelite in a World Which Was Also New
640 St. Teresa's Teaching on the Grades of Prayer
641 St. Theodore the Studite: Order, Obedience, Renunciation
642 St. Thérèse’s Teacher: Our Lady of the Little Way
643 St. Thomas and the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church
644 St. Thomas, Apostle 1,950 Years Ago; St. Francis Xavier 450 Years Ago
645 St. Toribio de Mogrovejo: Apostle of Peru
646 St. Vincent Ferrer and the Divided Papacy
647 St. Wenceslas Preferred Sanctity to Worldly Power
648 Staggering Number of People Are Fleeing War or Persecution, A
649 Stakes Could Not Be Higher, The
650 Stand by the Truth (John 8: 32)
651 Standing for Freedom
652 Standing on Both Feet: The Rural Homestead
653 Standing to Sue
654 Standing Up for Kneeling
655 Stanley L. Jaki
656 Star Shall Come From Jacob, A
657 Stark Contrast, A
658 Start Again from Christ: Be His Witnesses in the New Millennium
659 Starting Afresh from Christ: A Renewed Commitment to Consecrated Life in the Third Millennium
660 State Exists to Serve, Not Usurp, the Family, The
661 State Must Recognize Pubic Relevance of Religion
662 State Must Recognize the Specific Identity of the Family Founded upon Marriage, The
663 State of the US Catholic Church at the Beginning of 2006
664 Statement by Connecticut Bishops Regarding Plan B
665 Statement Concerning Bishop Geoffrey Robinson
666 Statement Concerning Alleged Apparitions to Gianna Talone-Sullivan
667 Statement Concerning the Case of Theresa Schiavo
668 Statement for Respect Life Sunday
669 Statement from Bishop William Murphy on Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi’s Support of Gay Marriage
670 Statement of Bishop Bruskewitz Excommunicating Certain Groups
671 Statement of Bishops of Zambia Regarding Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo
672 Statement of Cardinal Renato Martino on behalf of Terri Schiavo
673 Statement of Conclusions
674 Statement of Conscience
675 Statement of Iraqi Patriarchs and Bishops
676 Statement of Reconciliation
677 Statement of the Catholic Bishops of Alberta on Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia
678 Statement of the Catholic Medical Association on the case of Mrs. Terri Schindler-Schiavo
679 Statement of the Holy See on Human Cloning addressed to the United Nations
680 Statement of the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legislative Texts
681 Statement of the President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
682 Statement on "Same-Sex Marriage"
683 Statement on Book by Sr. Elizabeth Johnson
684 Statement on Decision to Appeal to Supreme Court Regarding Order to Break Seal of Confession
685 Statement on Father Nicholas Gruner
686 Statement on Homosexuals Receiving the Eucharist
687 Statement on Human Cloning and Research on Human Embryos
688 Statement on Human Dignity, Conscience, and Health Care
689 Statement on 'Left Behind' Books, Videos
690 Statement on New Policy Disqualifying Transgender Individuals from Military Service
691 Statement on New Ways Ministry
692 Statement on Physician-Assisted Suicide
693 Statement on Political Action
694 Statement on Pontiff's Words Regarding Condoms
695 Statement on Responsibilities of Catholics in Public Life
696 Statement on Same-Sex Marriage
697 Statement on the 2012 Elections, A
698 Statement on The Catholic Church’s Teaching Regarding Marriage
699 Statement on the Community of Divine Innocence
700 Statement on the Information Highway by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
701 Statement on the Nebraska School Activities Association’s Policy on Transgender Student Participation
702 Statement Regarding Archdiocesan Transition from Girl Scouts to American Heritage Girls
703 Statement Regarding Senator Kennedy
704 Statement to the Faithful on Notre Dame
705 Stating the Truth about the Scourge of Genocide
706 Stations of the Cross
707 Stations of the Cross at the Colosseum
708 Status of Society of St. Pius X Masses
709 Statute of the Pontifical Academy for Life
710 Statutes Approved for the Recently Established Association of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
711 Statutes of the Dicastery to Promote Integral Human Development
712 Statutes of the new Dicastery for the Laity, Family, and Life
713 Stay in the 'Sweet Company' of Jesus to Live Well
714 Staying Faithful to the Jesuit Mission in Our Schools
715 Stem Cell Research: Down The Slippery Slope From Contraception
716 Stem Cell Research: Is There a Moral Way?
717 Stem Cell Sleight-of-Hand
718 Stephen, the Protomartyr
719 Stepping Closer to the Reform of the Reform
720 Sterile Priests Do Not Help the Church
721 Sterilization as Contraception
722 Sterilization Law in Germany
723 Sterilization: Catholic Teaching and Catholic Practice
724 Sticks and Stones
725 Sticks, Stones, and Broken Bones: The History of Anti-Catholic Violence in the U.S.
726 Still The World's Most Catholic Country
727 Stone Rejected ... Has Become Cornerstone, The
728 Stopping Sex-Slave Trade in the Global Economy?
729 Stopping The International Criminal Court
730 Stopping the Spread of HIV/AIDS
731 Stopping the Spread of HIV/AIDS--A Response
732 Stopping the Violence
733 Stories and Play
734 Stories of the Korean Martyrs
735 Stork's Assistant-the Nursemaid, The
736 Story of a Vocation, The
737 Story of Bl. Mary MacKillop, Australian Foundress, The
738 Story of the Vanishing Schism: the Strange Case of Cardinal Lara, The
739 Strength of God Counteracts Human Weakness, The
740 Strength of the Church Is Concealed in the Deep Waters of God, The
741 Strength to Face the Phenomenon of Terrorism, The
742 Strengthen Fraternity
743 Strengthen Spiritual and Moral Values in Society
744 Stromata, Or Miscellanies, Book I, The
745 Stromata, Or Miscellanies, Book II, The
746 Stromata, Or Miscellanies, Book V, The
747 Stromata, Or Miscellanies, Book VI, The
748 Stromata, Or Miscellanies, Books III - IV, The
749 Stromata, Or Miscellanies, Books VII-VIII, The
750 Strong Sense of the Privilege and Duty of Living in Assisi, A
751 Strong Societies Are Built on Strong Families
752 Structural Change Is Part of the Dynamic of Mission
753 Structures For a New Church Model
754 Sts Cyril And Methodius: Christian Faith Does Not Stifle But Purifies, Exalts, Integrates Cultural Values
755 Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher: Men for Our Season
756 Students have the right to learn the Church's teaching in all its richness
757 Studiorum Ducem (On St. Thomas Aquinas)
758 Study of Christian Culture, The
759 Stygian Lifeboat: On the River of Moral Relativism, A
760 Style Counts
761 Subject in a Vegetative State: a Personalistic View, The
762 Subject to the Governor of the Universe: The American Experience and Global Religious Liberty
763 Submission on Marriage
764 Submission to the Ad Hoc Committee on Sexual Abuse - USCCB
765 Subsidiarity at Work: a Catholic's Vision of Social Policy
766 Subsidiarity in Art
767 Subsidiarity, Solidarity, and the Lay Mission
768 Sudan: Country of Terrorism, Religious Persecution, Slavery, Rape, Genocide, and Man-Made Starvation
769 Sudanese Bishops' Appeal for American Help
770 Suffer the Children: Sex-ed programs Designed by Prostitution Advocates
771 Suffer the Children: The Disaster of 'Talking about Touching'
772 Suffering Is Also God's Gift
773 Summa Quae (On The Church In Poland)
774 Summary and Guide to the Documents of the Second Vatican Council, A
775 Summary of Pope John Paul II's Catechesis on Original Sin
776 Summary of the Final List of Propositions for the Special Assembly for the Middle East
777 Summi Dei Verbum
778 Summi Maeroris (On Public Prayers For Peace)
779 Summi Pontificatus (On The Unity Of Human Society)
780 Summo Iugiter Studio (On Mixed Marriages)
781 Summorum Pontificum
782 Summorum Pontificum
783 Sun Rising In The East On Priests And Altars
784 Sunday Shows God's Love for His Creatures
785 Sunday: Day of Rest and Community Prayer
786 Sunday: Primordial Nucleus of the Liturgical Year
787 Superhuman: The Uncharted Territory of Transhumanism
788 Superiore Anno (On The Recitation Of The Rosary)
789 Support the Continental Mission Proclaimed at Aparecida
790 Supporting Parents, the Primary Educators and Protectors of Their Children
791 Suppression of Popular Devotions in Today's Catholic Church, The
792 Supreme Court Ruling Prompts New Call to Act
793 Supremi Apostolatus Officio (On Devotion Of The Rosary)
794 Surprise of an Encounter, The
795 Surviving As a Catholic Family in the Third Millennium
796 Sustainable Development Calls For Advancement Of Human Beings
797 Sustainable Development: a Global Agenda Structured on Population Control
798 Sustainable Tourism – A Tool for Development
799 Swami From Oxford, The
800 Syllabus of Pius IX, The
801 Symbol of Communion with Church of Rome
802 Symeon the New Theologian
803 Symphony Of Faith, The
804 Synergy between Institutions and the Catholic Church
805 Synod at the Service of the Church's Mission and Commuion
806 Synod Decides . . . Not To Approve Restricted Inerrancy Doctrine
807 Synod Is Not a Parliament, The
808 Synod Is Not a Parliament, The
809 Synod Success — Next Step: Involve the Whole Church
810 Synodal Church Is a Church of Listening, A
811 Synthesis of Instruction "Dignitas Personae"
812 Synthesis of the Declaration of Dominus Iesus
813 Syriac Versions Of The Epistles Of Ignatius Of Antioch