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1 Babies Deserve Better
2 Baby Market, The
3 Back to the Beginning: A Brief Introduction to the Ancient Catholic Church
4 Back to the Land!
5 Background To Ecumenism
6 Bad History, Bad Guide. The Strange Liturgy of the Neocatechumenals
7 Bad Poetry, Bad Theology: The Curse of Bad Liturgical Music (Part Two)
8 Badly Fictionalized Life of Jesus, A
9 Bah Humbug
10 Balance Profit, Service To Poor, Research
11 Balasuriya Affair, The
12 Baltimore Archbishop Enjoins Silence on Alleged Visionary
13 Banned in Boston
14 Banners of Lepanto, The
15 Baptism 'Christifies' us
16 Baptism Is Foundation of Communion
17 Baptism Is Not a Formality
18 Baptism Is the Starting Point of a Lifelong Path to Conversion
19 Baptismal Regeneration
20 Baptized and Sent: The Church of Christ on Mission in the World
21 Baptized By One Spirit Into One Body
22 Barnabas, Silas (also called Silvanus), and Apollos
23 Bartholomew
24 Basic Agreement Between the Holy See and the Palestine Liberation Organization
25 Basic Food Needs Must Be Satisfied
26 Basic Ideas of the Catholic Social Tradition, The
27 Basic Norms for the Formation of Permanent Deacons
28 Basic Rights Do Not Depend on Positive Law
29 Basic Rights: Right To Freedom Of Religions
30 Basilica of Summer Snows, The
31 Bathrooms Now Legislated? Who Knew?
32 Battle Over Primacy, The
33 Battle over the Crusades, The
34 Battle that Saved the Christian West, The
35 Be a Gospel Leaven in Society
36 Be a Model for All
37 Be a Poor and Merciful Church in Cuba
38 Be Alert, Go Forward On The Path Of Faith, Solidarity
39 Be An Epiphany Of Christ, Of His Merciful Love
40 Be an Example of Moral Integrity for Society
41 Be Appealing Witnesses Of Mercy In Our Day. Christ Embraces You With His Merciful Love
42 Be Artisans of God's Unity
43 Be Artisans of Peace
44 Be Aware of Your Calling as Jesus' Missionary Disciples
45 Be Bringers of Charity, You Are Entering the Church of Rome, Not a Court
46 Be Close to People's Suffering
47 Be Close to the Young with the Language of the Heart
48 Be Contemplatives in Action Like the Saints
49 Be Courageous Witnesses of the Gospel
50 Be Creative and Faithful Evangelizers of the Good News
51 Be Determined To Live The Gospel Of Peace, Witness To God's Unconditional Love
52 Be Evangelizers Of The Great Mystery Of God's Love In Your Marriage, Family
53 Be Ever Alert to Attacks on the Right to Life
54 Be Faithful to God's Gift on Christmas Night
55 Be Faithful to the Way of Lenten Penance
56 Be Faithful Witnesses to Gospel Joy and Preachers of Truth
57 Be Fearless Workers in the Search for Truth
58 Be Fearless, Humble and Joyful Witnesses to the Gospel
59 Be Generous in Bringing Christ's Tenderness to Those Who Suffer
60 Be Generous Witnesses To Risen Lord
61 Be Good to One Another
62 Be Guardians and Servants of Human Life
63 Be Instruments of God's Goodness
64 Be Instruments of the Lord's Grace
65 Be It Done to Me As You Will
66 Be Like St. Joseph, Walk Alongside Your Children
67 Be Little Stars that Light Up the Night
68 Be Men of Supernatural Faith and Loyalty to Christ and the Church
69 Be Merciful, O Lord, for We Have Sinned
70 Be Missionaries and Witnesses of the Synodal Spirit
71 Be Modern Day Saints
72 Be Near to Migrant Families
73 Be Not Afraid!
74 Be on Fire with Love for your Saviour
75 Be Open and Authentic Ministers of Reconciliation
76 Be Open to God's Reconciling Love
77 Be Open to God's Surprises
78 Be Pastors not Functionaries
79 Be Prepared to Give an Account
80 Be Prophetic 'Heralds of the Gospel and Teachers of the Faith'
81 Be Prophetic, Be Faithful, Pray
82 Be Resolute In Following The Path Of Evangelical Freedom
83 Be Resurrected Wayfarers, Let the Word of God Warm Your Hearts
84 Be Salt and Leaven for the World
85 Be Salt Of The Earth, Light Of The World
86 Be Shepherds in Unity and Dialogue
87 Be Sowers of Change, Do Not Let Yourselves Be Confined
88 Be Strong and Creative in Your Love
89 Be the Courageous "Salt of the Earth"
90 Be the First to Offer and Accept Forgiveness
91 Be The People Of The Beatitudes
92 Be Tireless Builders of Peace with All People of Good Will
93 Be Tireless in Promoting Christian Unity
94 Be Unconditionally Pro-Life!
95 Be United and Resist Aggression
96 Be United to Christ and Peter's Successor
97 Be Witnesses of God’s Love
98 Bear Courageous Witness to Christ
99 Bear Courageous Witness to Christian Life
100 Bear Public Witness to the Truth
101 Bear Witness Everywhere to Christ, Our Hope
102 Bearing Witness to Faith in Society
103 Beatification of José Aparicio Sanz and 232 Companions
104 Beatification of Servant of God John Paul II
105 Beatitudes Are that "New Day" for All Those Who Look to the Future, The
106 Beauraing and Banneux
107 Beautiful Words About Women
108 Beauty (Of Christ) Will Save The World, The
109 Beauty And The Truth Of Christ, The
110 Beauty Has Important Role In Eastern Spirituality
111 Beauty Inseparable from Search for Truth and Goodness
112 Beauty Is Your God-Given Vocation
113 Beauty of a Virtuous Woman's Heart, The
114 Beauty of Christian Marriage, The
115 Beauty of God's House, The
116 Beauty of the Catholic Faith, The
117 Beauty of the Roman Liturgy, The
118 Because of the Tears of the Mother, There Is Hope for the Children
119 Become Humble In Order to Recognize the Greatness of God
120 Become What You Are: 'Mirrors' of the Lord
121 Becoming Like Little Children
122 Before Calling the Tribunal
123 Before Sin: Creation, Adam and Eve, and the Garden of Eden
124 Before the Dawn: the Mysterious Conversion of Rome's Chief Rabbi
125 Beg The Lord That The Spiral Of Hatred And Violence Will Not Prevail
126 Begin The Day With Prayer: Let Christ Be Light Of Day
127 Behavior Contrary to Justice, Honesty and Charity Cannot Be Covered Up with Worship
128 Behavior of the Church Is a Model for All Society, The
129 Behind Every Plea There Are People Who Seek Justice
130 Behind the Lord's Silence is Trust
131 Behind the Rage at Benedict XVI
132 Behold the Handmaid of the Lord
133 Behold, Your Mother
134 Behold, Your Son… Behold, Your Mother
135 Being a Catholic Lawyer Today
136 Being a Pastor Means Being Available to Others
137 Being Adopted Children of God Is Greatest Gift of Paschal Mystery
138 Being Catholic Today
139 Being Faithful to Word of God Challenges Us
140 Being Human in an Age of Unbelief
141 Being Rooted in Christ Is Surest Way to Let Him Restore Our Wholeness
142 Being United to Christ Calls for Renunciation
143 Belief of Catholics, The
144 Believe in God’s Mercy
145 Believers in Christ Need Not Fear Death
146 Believing in Charity Calls Forth Charity: "We Have Come To Know and To believe in the Love God Has for Us
147 Bellarmine on the Mystical Body of Christ
148 Belloc On The “Apparently Unconvertible” Religion
149 Bells of Europe: Reasons for the Holy Father's Hope
150 Beloved Children, Certainty of Hope
151 Benedicite Deum
152 Benedict Contra Nietzsche: A Reflection on Deus Caritas Est
153 Benedict VI Address during Visit to the "Regina Pacis Center" in Amman
154 Benedict XVI Urbi et Orbi Message Easter 2011
155 Benedict XVI Address at Ecumenical Celebration at Westminster Abbey
156 Benedict XVI Address at St. Peter's Residence for the Elderly
157 Benedict XVI Address at "Ben Gurion" Airport in Tel Aviv
158 Benedict XVI Address at "Ben Gurion" Airport in Tel Aviv during His Departure
159 Benedict XVI Address at Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem
160 Benedict XVI Address at Blessing of Foundation Stone of the Latin and Greek Melkite Churches
161 Benedict XVI Address at Cultural Center of Belém, Lisbon
162 Benedict XVI Address at Farewell Ceremony in at Airport in Amman
163 Benedict XVI Address at Farewell Ceremony in Bethlehem
164 Benedict XVI Address at Hechal Shlomo Centre in Jerusalem
165 Benedict XVI Address at Meeting with Muslim Leaders, the Diplomatic Corps & Rectors of Universities
166 Benedict XVI Address at Meeting with Organizations for Interreligious Dialogue in Jerusalem
167 Benedict XVI Address at Meeting with the Representatives of British Society
168 Benedict XVI Address at Meeting with Young People in Lebanon
169 Benedict XVI Address at Mount of the Temple in Jerusalem
170 Benedict XVI Address at Prayer Vigil on the Eve of Cardinal Newman's Beatification
171 Benedict XVI Address at Rafiq Hariri International Airport in Beirut
172 Benedict XVI Address at St. Paul's Basilica in Harissa
173 Benedict XVI Address at the Blessing of the Cornerstone of Madaba University
174 Benedict XVI Address at the Caritas Baby Hospital in Bethlehem
175 Benedict XVI Address at the Cathedral of Cotonou
176 Benedict XVI Address at the Co-Cathedral of the Latins in Jerusalem
177 Benedict XVI Address at the Ecumenical Prayer Service
178 Benedict XVI Address at the Farewell Ceremony at Madrid-Barajas International Airport
179 Benedict XVI Address at the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in Jerusalem
180 Benedict XVI Address at the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem
181 Benedict XVI Address at the Recitation of the Angelus Domini at Cuatro Vientos Airport
182 Benedict XVI Address at the Regina Caeli Prayer in the Upper Room in Jerusalem
183 Benedict XVI Address at the Shrine of the Annunciation in Nazareth
184 Benedict XVI Address at the Way of the Cross with Young People at Plaza de Cibeles
185 Benedict XVI Address at Visit to the Archbishop of Canterbury
186 Benedict XVI Address at Welcome Ceremony at Cardinal Bernardin Gantin International Airport, Cotonou
187 Benedict XVI Address at Welcoming Celebration by the Young People at Plaza de Cibeles
188 Benedict XVI Address at Welcoming Ceremony at Madrid-Barajas International Airport
189 Benedict XVI Address at Welcoming Ceremony at Presidential Palace in Jerusalem
190 Benedict XVI Address at Welcoming Visit to Yad Vashem Memorial
191 Benedict XVI Address During Visit to the Basilica of the Memorial of Moses
192 Benedict XVI Address on Good Friday after the Stations of the Cross
193 Benedict XVI Address on His Arrival in Portugal
194 Benedict XVI Address to 19th Plenary Assembly of the Pontifical Council for the Family
195 Benedict XVI Address to Ambassador of Mongolia
196 Benedict XVI Address to Ambassador of New Zealand
197 Benedict XVI Address to Ambassador of the Dominican Republic
198 Benedict XVI Address to Ambassador of the Republic of Namibia
199 Benedict XVI Address to Armenian Church of St. James in Jerusalem
200 Benedict XVI Address to Bishops of Switzerland
201 Benedict XVI Address to Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity
202 Benedict XVI Address to Professionals & Volunteers Dedicated to the Safeguarding of Children 2010
203 Benedict XVI Address to Pupils at St. Mary's University College, Twickenham
204 Benedict XVI Address to the Ambassador of Norway
205 Benedict XVI Address to the Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa
206 Benedict XVI Address to the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Italy
207 Benedict XVI Address to the Diplomatic Corps
208 Benedict XVI Address to the World of Catholic Education at St Mary’s University College in Twickenham
209 Benedict XVI Address to Women Religious at Patio de los Reyes de El Escorial
210 Benedict XVI Advance Message to the United States
211 Benedict XVI and the Irrelevance of “Relevance”
212 Benedict XVI and the Role of Women in the Church
213 Benedict XVI and the Sacred Liturgy
214 Benedict XVI Angelus Address
215 Benedict XVI Angelus Address for Feast of the Holy Family 2010
216 Benedict XVI Arrives in Mexico as a Pilgrim of Faith, Hope and Love
217 Benedict XVI Blesses New Organ and Visits His Family's Tomb
218 Benedict XVI Closes the Pauline Year
219 Benedict XVI Easter Vigil Homily
220 Benedict XVI Entrusts Families to Infant Jesus of Prague
221 Benedict XVI Final Angelus Message
222 Benedict XVI Final General Audience Address
223 Benedict XVI Good Friday, Via Crucis
224 Benedict XVI Greeting to Disabled Youth at the Fundación Instituto S. José
225 Benedict XVI Holy Thursday - Chrism Mass
226 Benedict XVI Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord's Supper
227 Benedict XVI homily at a Prayer Vigil with the Young People at Cuatro Vientos Airport
228 Benedict XVI Homily at Beatification Mass of Cardinal Newman
229 Benedict XVI Homily at Beatification Mass of John Paul II
230 Benedict XVI Homily at Cathedral of St. Georges in Amman
231 Benedict XVI Homily at Chrism Mass
232 Benedict XVI Homily at Easter Vigil Mass 2010
233 Benedict XVI Homily at Holy Mass at Josafat Valley in Jerusalem
234 Benedict XVI Homily at Holy Mass at Manger's Square in Bethlehem
235 Benedict XVI Homily at Holy Mass on the Occasion of the 26th World Youth Day at Cuatro Vientos Airport
236 Benedict XVI Homily at Holy Mass with Seminarians at the Cathedral of Santa María la Real de la Almudena
237 Benedict XVI Homily at Mass for Repose of the Souls of Cardinals and Bishops Who Have Died in the Past Year
238 Benedict XVI Homily at Mass in Terreiro do Paço of Lisbon
239 Benedict XVI Homily at Mass in the International Stadium in Amman
240 Benedict XVI Homily at Mass of Our Lord's Last Supper
241 Benedict XVI Homily at Mass of the Lord's Supper 2010
242 Benedict XVI Homily at the Cathedral of the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Westminster
243 Benedict XVI Homily at the Easter Vigil Mass
244 Benedict XVI Homily at the Mount of Precipice in Nazareth
245 Benedict XVI Homily at Vespers in Fatima at Church of the Most Holy Trinity
246 Benedict XVI Homily at Vespers in the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth
247 Benedict XVI Homily at Vespers with University Students in Preparation for Christmas 2010
248 Benedict XVI Homily at Zagreb Hoppdrome in Croatia
249 Benedict XVI Homily for Easter Sunday
250 Benedict XVI Homily for Feast of the Epiphany 2011
251 Benedict XVI Homily for Holy Thursday Chrism Mass
252 Benedict XVI Homily for the 2nd Sunday of Lent
253 Benedict XVI Homily for the Solemnity of the Assumption
254 Benedict XVI Inaugurates Diocesan Congress of Rome
255 Benedict XVI Inaugurates the Pauline Year
256 Benedict XVI Interview with Journalists during the Flight to Lebanon
257 Benedict XVI Interview with Journalists during the Flight to Madrid
258 Benedict XVI Letter on the 100th Anniversary of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music
259 Benedict XVI Letter to Clergy for the Year for Priests
260 Benedict XVI Letter to Seminarians
261 Benedict XVI Meeting with Cultural Representatives in Croatia
262 Benedict XVI Meeting with the Sick at Yaounde
263 Benedict XVI Meeting with the Staff of the United Nations
264 Benedict XVI Meeting with the Youth of Rome
265 Benedict XVI Meeting with Young People and Seminarians
266 Benedict XVI Meeting with Young People Having Disabilities
267 Benedict XVI Meeting with Young University Professors At the Basilica de San Lorenzo de El Escorial
268 Benedict XVI Meets Roman Curia for Christmas Greetings
269 Benedict XVI Meets Roman Curia For Christmas Greetings
270 Benedict XVI Meets with Members of the Neo-Catechumenal Way
271 Benedict XVI Meets with Seminarians in Freiburg
272 Benedict XVI Message for World Day of Peace 2011
273 Benedict XVI Message to the Jewish Community on the Feast of Pesah
274 Benedict XVI on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae
275 Benedict XVI Pastoral Letter to the Catholics of Ireland
276 Benedict XVI Praises Reconciliation in Australia
277 Benedict XVI Prays Before the Patroness of Bavaria
278 Benedict XVI Publication of the "Instrumentum Laboris"
279 Benedict XVI Recalls His Trip to the Holy Land
280 Benedict XVI Recalls His Visit to Austria
281 Benedict XVI Reflection on St. Joseph at Vesper Service in Cameroon
282 Benedict XVI Regina Caeli Message at the International Stadium in Amman
283 Benedict XVI Urges Rediscovery of Christmas Traditions
284 Benedict XVI Visit to Roman Seminary 2007
285 Benedict XVI Votive Mass for the Universal Church at St. Patrick's Cathedral
286 Benedict XVI Welcoming Address during Visit to the Holy Land
287 Benedict XVI's Address to Political and Religious Leaders of Lebanon
288 Benedict XVI's Address to Synod: "Dualism Between Exegesis and Theology Must Be Overcome"
289 Benedict XVI's Comments at the Recitation of the Angelus in Luanda
290 Benedict XVI's Comments en Route to Scotland
291 Benedict XVI's Homily at Angola's São Paolo Church
292 Benedict XVI's Homily at Mass in Cimangola
293 Benedict XVI's Homily at St. Paul Outside the Walls
294 Benedict XVI's Homily at Torchlight Procession in Rosary Square
295 Benedict XVI's Letter to Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.
296 Benedict XVI's New Youth Mass
297 Benedict’s Finale with Beethoven: A “Heroic” Moment
298 Benedictine Benedictions
299 Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
300 Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
301 Benedictt XVI Homily at the Mass of the Lord's Supper 2010
302 Benedit XVI Address at Meeting with the Bishops of England, Scotland & Wales
303 Beneficia Dei (On The Twenty-fifth Anniversary Of His Pontificate)
304 Benin Bishops: Evangelical courage In Guiding the Faithful
305 Bernard Häring and his Medical Ethics
306 Bernard of Clairvaux, Last of the Church Fathers
307 Bertrand Russell: Prophet of the New World Order
308 Best Part of the Day, The
309 Bethlehem Is Patrimony of All Humanity
310 Bethlehem Offers a Global Vision of Hope For All People
311 Bethlehem's Divine Light Spread Out Over All the Earth
312 Betrayal of Hippocrates, The
313 Between Anthropology and the Eucharist
314 Between Man and Woman: Questions and Answers About Marriage and Same-Sex Unions
315 Beware Of Promethean Ambitions In Research
316 Beware of Thomas Groome or Anything Associated with Him
317 Beware! the New Age Movement Is More Than Self-Indulgent Silliness
318 Bewitched by Wicca
319 Beyond the Call of Duty
320 Beyond The Catholic Pale
321 Beyond the Party: Catholics and Government's Moral Purpose
322 Beyond the Party: Catholics and Government's Moral Purpose
323 Beyond the Things that Divide, Towards Unity in Christ
324 Bible Brings God's Breath into the World, The
325 Bible: Divine Inspiration and Church Tradition
326 Biblical Evidence for the Perpetual Virginity of Mary
327 Biblical Foundation of Priestly Celibacy, The
328 Biblical Interpretation in Crisis: On the Question of the Foundations and Approaches of Exegesis Today
329 Biblical Scholarship & the Faith of the Church
330 Biblical Scholarship with a Pastoral Purpose
331 Biblical Texts and Medieval Faith a Life-Giving Merger
332 Bibliography: Painting and Reality
333 Big Chill, The
334 Big Heart Open to God, A
335 Bill of Rights for Orthodox Catholics, A
336 Bioethical Magisterium on Normal Treatment and Ordinary Care
337 Bioethics In The Christian Perspective
338 Bioethics Mess, The
339 Bioethics: An Orphan Discipline
340 Bioethics: Human Dignity and Natural Moral Law
341 Biographies Of Servants Of God: 21 October
342 Biography of Padre Pio of Pietrelcina
343 Biotechnologies: Hope in Fight Against Hunger?
344 Birth of Jesus Demonstrates That God Is on the Side of Humanity, The
345 Birth of the Son of God Is an Indescribable Mystery of Consolation, The
346 Bishop Amos' Statement on the 'Ordination' of Women
347 Bishop Anton Slomsek Was a Vine Yielding Rich Fruits of Christian Holiness and Culture
348 Bishop Aquila on Health Care
349 Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s Analysis of Youth Synod Final Document
350 Bishop Bruskewitz Addresses Marian Congress
351 Bishop Bruskewitz to the Society of St. Pius X: You can't have it both ways!
352 Bishop Burbidge Responds to Governor Northan's Extreme Abortion Comments
353 Bishop Calls Abortion 'Greatest Evil of Our Age'
354 Bishop Cancels Speaker Series at Dominican Retreat House
355 Bishop D'Arcy's Statement Concerning the Instruction on Homosexuals in the Seminary
356 Bishop David Zubik's Letter to the Faithful in the Diocese of Pittsburgh
357 Bishop Finn Interviewed on Notre Dame Commencement
358 Bishop Gregory's Remarks on Mixed Commission on Sex-Abuse Norms
359 Bishop Issues Reflection on Teaching of Diversity and Tolerance
360 Bishop Jarrell Statement on Same-Sex Marriage
361 Bishop John Fisher: Defender of the Faith and Pastor of Souls
362 Bishop John M. D'Arcy Regrets Notre Dame Sponsorship
363 Bishop Joseph G. Hanefeldt Statement on Archbishop Vigano's Testimony
364 Bishop Lori Responds to 'America' Editorial
365 Bishop Luis F. Ladaria's Letter to the Bishops of Germany Regarding the Reception of Holy Communion by Protestants
366 Bishop Martino's Pastoral Letter for Respect Life Sunday
367 Bishop McHugh Urges Flock To Combat the Real Anti-Catholicism
368 Bishop McManus Statement on the Writings of Professor Tat-siong Benny Liew
369 Bishop Morlino’s 2010 Letter to St. Mary’s Parish in Platteville
370 Bishop Morlino's 2012 Letter to Members of St. Mary and St. Augustine Parishes
371 Bishop Morlino's Statement Regarding Ruling on Marriage
372 Bishop Must Be a Prophet, Witness and Servant of Hope, The
373 Bishop Must Inspire, Guide and Coordinate Evangelizing Action, The
374 Bishop of Medjugorje . . . Declares Apparitions Are Not Real
375 Bishop of Rome Is Called to Confirm in Faith, Love and Unity, The
376 Bishop of Rome's Paternal Concern for His City
377 Bishop of Toledo Bans Parishes from Raising Funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation
378 Bishop Olmsted Statement in Response to Abortion Performed at St. Joseph's Hospital
379 Bishop Paprocki Letter on Same Sex Marriage
380 Bishop Patrick O’Donoghue's Talk to the Oxford Newman Society
381 Bishop Pavao Zanic's Orders
382 Bishop Prohibits Dissemination of Maria Divine Mercy’s Messages in Portland Diocese
383 Bishop Raymond Lucker: A Tragic Figure of the 'New Catechetics'
384 Bishop Strickland’s Public Statement to the Diocese
385 Bishop Tartaglia Homily Denouncing Human Animal Hybrids
386 Bishop Tobin Letter to Providence College Student
387 Bishop Tobin on 'Priestly Fatigue Syndrome'
388 Bishop Tobin Weighs In on the Divide in Hierarchy of the Catholic Church
389 Bishop Vasa - A Shepherd for Our Time
390 Bishop Vasa's Statement on Terri Schiavo
391 Bishop Vaughan
392 Bishop vs. the Nazis: Bl. Clemens von Galen in World War II Germany, The
393 Bishop Welsh Bemoans 'Double Standard' for Catholics
394 Bishop Zubik on Common Core standards
395 Bishop: Servant of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the Hope of the World, The
396 Bishop’s Role in Fostering the Mission of the Catholic Media, The
397 Bishops Build the 'Gift and Call' of Holiness, Beginning with Themselves
398 Bishops Call for Immediate Deployment of International Intervention Force in Liberia
399 Bishops discuss Liturgy, Pro-Life Statement, Holy Days, Friday abstinence
400 Bishop's First Duty, A
401 Bishops' Joint Statement on Haiti
402 Bishop's Martyrdom Must Become Seed of Love
403 Bishops' Meeting in Baltimore Left Much Work To Be Done
404 Bishops Must Be, Above All, Men of Prayer
405 Bishops Must End Sacrilege of Those in Mortal Sin Receiving Communion
406 Bishops Must Promote the One and Only Pastoral Plan: 'Holiness'
407 Bishops Must 'Promote, Moderate, Guard' the Liturgy
408 Bishops Must Relate to Their Priests as a 'Father and Brother Who Loves Them'
409 Bishops Must Set an Example through Sanctity of Life
410 Bishops Must Show Mercy and Charity to the Poor
411 Bishops of Antilles Diocesan Pastoral Review
412 Bishops of Brazil: Profound Respect for Life
413 Bishops of Myanmar: Hope Despite Difficulties
414 Bishops of Peru: Relaunch the Missionary Spirit
415 Bishops of Togo: Pastoral Care of Families and Formation
416 Bishops of U.S. Ask Christian Response
417 Bishop's Place, A
418 Bishops' Pro-Life Chair Strongly Opposes Recommended Mandate for Birth Control, Sterilization in Private Health Plans
419 Bishops Serve the Lord with Joy; He Called Them and Gives Support and Grace
420 Bishops Want G8 Summit To Address Imbalances
421 Bishops, Just as All Christians, Are Builders of Peace
422 Bishops: Custodians of the Church
423 Bishops: Transmit Faithfulness to God's Primacy and Will
424 Bishops’ Presidential Questionnaire Object of Criticism
425 Bl. Charles de Foucauld: Heart of Christianity, Heart of Christ
426 Bl. Claude La Colombiere: A Priest after Christ's Heart
427 Bl. Junipero Serra and the Holy Family
428 Black Madonna of Czestochowa, The
429 Bless The Lord All You Works Of The Lord
430 Blessed Angela of Foligno
431 Blessed Are Communities Poor in Means but Rich in God
432 Blessed Are the Dead that Die in the Lord
433 Blessed Are the Meek: The Life and Martyrdom of a Priest on Mission in Turkey
434 Blessed Are the Peacemakers
435 Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit, for Theirs Is the Kingdom of Heaven
436 Blessed Are The Pure In Heart
437 Blessed Are the Pure In Heart , For They Shall See God
438 Blessed Are You, If You Keep God's Word
439 Blessed Be God Who Blessed Us in Christ
440 Blessed Brother Andre Bessette, C.S.C.: The Miracle Man of Montreal
441 Blessed Columba Marmion, Benedictine Abbot and Renowned Spiritual Author
442 Blessed Cyprian Michael Tansi Was a Zealous Pastor and Faithful Monk
443 Blessed Fra Angelico
444 Blessed Giovanni Maria Boccardo
445 Blessed Innocent XI
446 Blessed is the People Founded on Love
447 Blessed Jakob Gapp, S.M.
448 Blessed John Henry Newman and the Search for Truth in the Post-Relativist University
449 Blessed John Neumann
450 Blessed John Neumann, C.SS.R.--Pastoral Bishop
451 Blessed Karl von Habsburg
452 Blessed Liberty: The Posthumous Miracle of Antonio Rosmini
453 Blessed Nicolas Barre Worked for the Education of Poor Youth
454 Blessed Night, That Sees Christ Rising From The Dead!
455 Blessed Pius IX Courageously Served the Church in a Time of Upheaval
456 Blessed Stepinac, Valiant Pastor, Example of Christian Fortitude
457 Blessed Teresa Bracco
458 Blessed Teresa Grillo Michel
459 Blessed Tommaso Reggio, a Zealous Archbishop
460 Blessed Virgin in Modern Catechetics, The
461 Blessed Virgin in the Faith of the Church, The
462 Blessed Virgin Is Model of Perfect Love
463 Blessed Virgin Was Filled with God's Grace
464 Blessed William Joseph Chaminade Worked to Rechristianize France
465 Blesseds Encourage Indigenous People Today To Make Their Contribution To Evangelization
466 Blesseds Shared The Mission Of Christ, The
467 Blesseds Show Us The Church In The Glory Of Christ
468 Blessings for the Sailors
469 Blet Offers Excellent Guide For Volumes On Pius XII
470 Blood on Their Hands
471 Blowin’ in the Wind: Just/Faith and the Socialist Indoctrination of the Church
472 Blueprint for the Destruction of the Underground Catholic Church in China, A
473 Body of Christ in St. Paul and in Teilhard de Chardin
474 Body of Evidence: How Flesh & Bones Helps with the New Evangelization
475 Boethius and Cassiodorus
476 Bolivia: Maintaining Hope, Fomenting Unity
477 Bolivians Have To Promote Common Good, Social Unity, Respect For Human Rights
478 Book of Mormon - I, The
479 Book of Mormon II, The
480 Book Review: The Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Craft of Catechesis
481 Born In Auschwitz: How One Woman Delivered 3,000 Babies During The Holocaust
482 Born to Serve, Not to Shop — Effective Parenting in a Nutshell
483 Bought With a Price: Pornography and the Attack on the Living Temple of God
484 Bowing at Holy Names at Mass and Elsewhere
485 Boys from Missouri: Myths, Lies, and Falsehoods about Embryonic Stem Cell Research, The
486 Bp. Hermann Addresses Abortion Comments
487 Brain Death
488 Brain is not the Soul: The Tragic Error of the Terry Schiavo Case, The
489 Brave Are the Young Who Bear the Cross without Fear
490 Brave New Babies
491 Brave New Church Without Priests, The
492 Brave Statement, A
493 Brazil Needs An Ethical Conception Of Social Life
494 Brazil: Church Teaches Man His Dignity as Child of God
495 Brazil: Function of the Episcopal Conference
496 Brazilian Ambassador Presents His Letters of Credence
497 Bread Broken for the Life of the World
498 Bread to Nourish Future Generations
499 Breaking Vows: When Faithful Catholics Divorce
500 Breathing with Both Lungs
501 Bridges of Understanding Across Religious Boundaries
502 Bridging the Gap
503 Bridging the Gap: For God's sake: Vote!
504 Brief Catechism for Catholic Voters, A
505 Brief Description of the Government of the Catholic Church, A
506 Brief History of Lent
507 Brief History of Sex Ed, A
508 Brief History of The Union Of Brest
509 Bring Back the Creche!
510 Bring God's Fruitfulness to the Mexican Nation
511 Bring Precious Gift of Life to All Slovenes
512 Bring the Balm of Christ's Presence
513 Bring the Gospel to Contemporaries & Like these Blesseds, Resist New Ideologies
514 Bring The Light Of The Gospel To Every Sector Through Evangelization, Catechesis
515 Bring the Tabernacle Back Into the Sanctuary
516 Broad and Comfortable Road to Lukewarm Christianity and Destruction, The
517 Broaden the Space for Women in the Church
518 Broader Horizons for the Catholic Church in Germany
519 Broken Stained-Glass Windows: The Dangers of Catholic Apathy
520 Brother, Sister: Words Beloved to Christianity
521 Brotherhood and Solidarity Will Not Fail to Achieve True Reconciliation
522 Brotherly dialogue with the Orthodox
523 Brown's Birth Of The Messiah . . . Revisited
524 Bruised Apples
525 Bruskewitz on Always Our Children
526 Buddha's Fist
527 Build a Communion of Love in the World of Media
528 Build a Europe of People's Based on Christian Moral Values
529 Build a More Just and Peaceful Society
530 Build a New Romania Where East and West Can Meet in Brotherhood
531 Build a Society That Respects Human Work
532 Build an Ever More Peaceful Society
533 Build Fraternity Rooted in Forgiveness and Solidarity
534 Build Our Lives on the Firm Foundation of His Word
535 Build The City Of God
536 Build The Defences Of Peace In People's Minds
537 Build Together a Future of Peace
538 Building a Civilization of Truth and Love
539 Building a Culture of Life
540 Building a Culture of Religious Freedom
541 Building A Culture of Religious Freedom
542 Building a More United, Just and Fraternal Society
543 Building and Promoting a Culture of Life: An American View
544 Building Bridges with the Outside World
545 Building Christian-Jewish Respect and Solidarity
546 Building Goddess Paganism
547 Building on “Nostra aetate”: 50 Years of Christian-Jewish Dialogue
548 Building the Common Good, Working for Peace and Justice
549 Bull of Canonization of St. Francis of Assisi: Mira Circa Nos, The
550 Bull of Indiction of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy
551 Bull of the Convocation of the Holy Ecumenical Council of Trent
552 Bull on the Rule of the Friars Minor
553 Buried in the Fine Print: An Inside Look at RENEW 2000
554 Burying the Alleluia: Burning Strawmen, Mourning Choirboys
555 Business as a Noble Vocation
556 By Going To Confession Priests Become Holy
557 By Knocking at Our Door, God Challenges Us and Our Freedom
558 By the Babe Unborn
559 Byzantine Liturgy Is Proof Of Unity And
Diversity That Belong To Ecclesial Communion
560 Byzantium and the Roman Primacy