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1 C.S. Lewis on ‘Xmas and Christmas’
2 Call Me Charlie
3 Call No Man Father?
4 Call to Communion: Anglicanorum coetibus and Ecclesial Unity, The
5 Call to End Death Penalty
6 Call to Holiness of Homosexual Persons, The
7 Call to Marriage is Woven Deeply into the Human Spirit, The
8 Call to Prayer to Avert "black mass"
9 Call to Vigilance: Pastoral Instruction on New Age, A
10 Called and Gifted for the Third Millennium
11 Called as Peacemakers to Strengthen Communion and Spread Compassion
12 Called by Name
13 Called to Be Catholic: Church in a Time of Peril
14 Called to Be Ministers of Christ Jesus
15 Called to Compassion and Responsibility: A Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis
16 Called to Live in the Holy Spirit
17 Called to Put Out into the Deep
18 Called to Radiate the Word of Truth
19 Called to Serve Christ in the Sick
20 Called, Like Mary, to Be Filled with God's Word
21 Calling All Christians to the Duty of Evangelizing Culture
22 Calling on Our Better Angels
23 Calvary of Hungary's Cardinal Mindszenty, The
24 Calvin and Calvinism
25 Cameroon Bishops' Statement on AIDS
26 Can a Catholic Vote in Support of Abortion?
27 Can Clergy Sex Offenders Be Helped?
28 Can Contracepting Parents Teach Their Children Chastity?
29 Can Epikeia Be Used in the Pastoral Care of the Divorced and Remarried Faithful?
30 Can Human Cloning Be 'Therapeutic'?
31 Can Infants Be Born Again?
32 Can Outsiders Be Insiders?
33 Can Reform Come?
34 Can Teens Stay Connected Without Losing Touch?
35 Can We Keep Our Churches Catholic?
36 Can We Speak of Repression in the Church?
37 Can You Trust Thomas Merton?
38 Canon Law and Fr. Gruner's Suspension (a divinis)
39 Canon law and Legal Culture in the Centenary of the Codex Iuris Canonici of 1917
40 Canon Law at the Service of Justice and Freedom in the Church as the People of God
41 Canon Law, Vatican II, and Eucharistic Devotion
42 Canonical History of the Lefebvrite Schism, A
43 Canonical status of Rev. Father Tomislav Vlašić, OFM, The
44 Canonization of Bl. Jan Sarkander and Bl. Zdislava of Lemberk Olomouc, Czechoslovakia
45 Canonization of Saints
46 Canonizing Uncle Fred
47 Canons of Friendship, The
48 Canons Regular Of Premontre (Norbertines: Premonstratensians: O. Praem.)
49 Cantate Domino Canticum Novum
50 Canticle in the First Letter of Peter
51 Canticle Of Thanksgiving After Nightmare Of Illness
52 Canticle Uses Language Of Love
53 Capital Punishment
54 Caravaggio: Artist and Scoundrel
55 Cardinal Arinze Denies He Approved U.S. Archbishop Giving Sash Wearing 'Gays' Holy Communion
56 Cardinal Biffi Warns of the Looming Danger of An Eloquent
57 Cardinal Burke Addresses the ‘Dubia’ One Year After Their Publication
58 Cardinal Burke Interview on Synod
59 Cardinal Burke on the Dubia, Malta, Freemasons, Pope Francis, & President Trump
60 Cardinal Caffarra Letter to Pope Francis
61 Cardinal Cañizares on the New Missal Translation
62 Cardinal Dolan's Letter to Bishops Regarding Contraception Mandate
63 Cardinal Edward Cassidy's Letter to the Lutheran World Federation Concerning the Joint Declaration
64 Cardinal Erdo's Introductory Report for the Synod on the Family
65 Cardinal George Letter on the Church's Teaching on Abortion
66 Cardinal Hummes Letter for World Day of Prayer for the Sanctification of Priests
67 Cardinal Law's Statement Asking for a Moratorium on Pro-Life Demonstrations
68 Cardinal Mahony Wants Liturgy Purged of all European Elements
69 Cardinal Mahony's: Gather Faithfully Together
70 Cardinal Martini Problem for The Church, The
71 Cardinal Martyr of England, The
72 Cardinal Meisner on the Importance of the Document 'Catholics in Political Life'
73 Cardinal Mercier's Letter on Modernism
74 Cardinal Mindszenty: A Man for All Seasons
75 Cardinal Müller on the Vatican Reform Plan
76 Cardinal O'Brien Calls on Politicians to Respect Conscience
77 Cardinal O'Connor dies at age of 80
78 Cardinal O'Connor's Response to Violence at Abortion Clinics
79 Cardinal Ouellet Writes Open Letter to Archbishop Viganò
80 Cardinal Pell's Response to the Privileges Committee
81 Cardinal Peter Erdo on the Church in Hungary
82 Cardinal Piacenza on Women Priests, Celibacy & the Power of Rome
83 Cardinal Pujic's Address to the Tenth Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops
84 Cardinal Ratzinger and Revision of Canonical Penal Law
85 Cardinal Ratzinger Answers the Main Objections
Raised Against the Declaration ‘Dominus Iesus’
86 Cardinal Ratzinger Blames Church Crisis on Liturgical Collapse
87 Cardinal Ratzinger On Liturgical Music
88 Cardinal Ratzinger Warns of 'Aggressive Secularism'
89 Cardinal Ratzinger's Remarks Regarding the Lefebvre Schism
90 Cardinal Recollections
91 Cardinal Re's Letter to President of U.S. Episcopal Conference
92 Cardinal Rigali Urges Congress To Respect Conscience Rights
93 Cardinal Rigali's Letter to Congress Regarding FOCA
94 Cardinal Sarah Homily at Ordination
95 Cardinal Sodano Reads a Text on the 'Third Secret'
96 Cardinal Trujillo Interview on Homosexual 'Marriage'
97 Cardinal Wuerl Relatio Post Disceptationen Summary
98 Cardinal Zen on Pope's China Letter
99 Cardinal Zen Speaks Out About the China-Vatican Compromise & His Meeting With the Pope
100 Cardinals are Called to Give their Lives for the Church
101 Cardinals on Trial: John Fisher and Joseph Mindszenty
102 Care Of Souls Is Primary Task Of Bishop, The
103 Care of the Sick and Dying
104 Careerists and Climbers Doing "Great Harm" to the Church
105 Careful Discernment and Formation of Seminarians
106 Careful Selection And Training of Candidates For The States Of Perfection And Sacred Orders
107 Caring for Our Common Home Requires Conversion
108 Caring for Persons in the Persistent Vegetative State
109 Caritas Enterprise: Laborious and Stimulating, The
110 Caritas in Veritate
111 Caritas in Veritate, Abridged
112 Caritas in Veritate: Building A World of Justice and Peace
113 Caritas Internationalis: Witness to Love of God
114 Caritas: Assist In the Mission to Spread the Love of God
115 Caritas: the Practice of Love by the Church as a "Community of Love"
116 Caritate Christi Compulsi (On The Sacred Heart)
117 Caritatis Studium (On The Church In Scotland)
118 Carl Jung's Journey from God
119 Carmelite without a Contemplative Life Is a Lifeless Body, A
120 Carnival and Ashes
121 Carry Christ to the Campus and the World
122 Carry Cross In Triumph, The Proof That God Is Love
123 Carry On The Nation's Reconstruction With Focus On Dignity Of The Person
124 Carry Out Your Global Pastoral Plan 2001-2006 With Missionary Zeal
125 Caryll Houselander and the Flowering of Christ
126 Case Against Same-Sex Marriage, The
127 Case For Earlier Marriage, A
128 Case For Home Education, A
129 Castel Gandolfo: Gardens of the Popes
130 Casti Connubii (On Christian Marriage)
131 Catacombs: Witness To Early Heroism
132 Catechesis Flows from Byzantine Marian Spirituality
133 Catechesis of Fasting
134 Catechesis on God the Father (Collection)
135 Catechesis on God the Holy Spirit (Collection)
136 Catechesis on God the Son, Jesus Christ (Collection)
137 Catechesis on the Angels
138 Catechesis on the Eucharist and the Christian Family
139 Catechesis on the Holy Trinity
140 Catechesis Should Follow Jubilee Return To Confession
141 Catechism by the Catacombs
142 Catechism Is A Sound Tool For Ecclesial Communion
143 Catechist Holds the Memory of God and Revives It in Others, The
144 Catechumens: Keep the Enthusiasm of the Moment You Opened Your Eyes to Faith
145 Cathedral from the Romanesque to the Gothic Architecture: The Theological Background, The
146 Cathedral Is Sign and Call to Communion
147 Cathedral of Chartres, The
148 Catholic Origins of Manliness, The
149 Catholic & Lutheran Common Statement
150 Catholic Action Must Be Family of Families
151 Catholic Action: Learn the Art of True Love
152 Catholic Alternative to Europe’s Social Model, A
153 Catholic and Lutheran Declaration on Justification
154 Catholic Apologist's Scriptural Cheat Sheet, The
155 Catholic Apparitions of Jesus to Blessed Faustina, Crakow, Poland: Devotion to the Divine Mercy
156 Catholic Biblical Scholarship
157 Catholic Bishops Urge Voters to Challenge Attacks on Christian Values "at the Ballot Box"
158 Catholic Campaign for Human Development - 2003 Update
159 Catholic Charities' Slogan . . . Examining Its Left-Wing Roots
160 Catholic Church a Point of Reference in Hungary
161 Catholic Church and Conversion, The
162 Catholic Church and Racial Laws, The
163 Catholic Church Condemns Same Sex Marriage
164 Catholic Church Has A Primary Role In Latin America
165 Catholic Church Has Lost Its Sense of the Sacred, The
166 Catholic Church Has Made No Exception Regarding Abortion Since Ancient Times
167 Catholic Church in Cambodia
168 Catholic Church in the Middle East: Communion and Witness, The
169 Catholic Church Is Deeply Saddened by Any Acts of Anti-Semitism by Christians
170 Catholic Church: The Divinely Ordained Protector of Human Life, The
171 Catholic Church's Fight Against Trafficking & Human Slavery
172 Catholic College Bans Play's Theatrical Production
173 Catholic College, The
174 Catholic Community, Be It ‘Greek’ or ‘Latin’ Is Alive and Active, The
175 Catholic Conspiracy Theories
176 Catholic Contribution to the 12-Step Movement, The
177 Catholic Contribution to Western Law, The
178 Catholic Culture For True Humanism
179 Catholic Doctrine on the Holy Trinity
180 Catholic Duty to Be Pro-life, The
181 Catholic Education and the "Mind of Christ"
182 Catholic Education Must Be Both Education and Catholic
183 Catholic Education Must Transmit the Unbroken Tradition
184 Catholic Encyclopedia: The Rule of St. Benedict
185 Catholic Exegetical Landscape, The
186 Catholic Experience of Small Christian Communities, The
187 Catholic Faith Is Your Vocation
188 Catholic Families And The Education Tax
189 Catholic Family Is the First Bulwark Against the Current Great Apostasy, The
190 Catholic Guide to Great Books and Films about Communism, A
191 Catholic Health Care in Jeopardy
192 Catholic Holocaust of Nagasaki—“Why, Lord?”, The
193 Catholic Identity
194 Catholic Identity and Respect for Other Traditions
195 Catholic Identity In Movements and Communities
196 Catholic Identity in the American Public Arena
197 Catholic Identity of Educational Institutions, The
198 Catholic Institutions Exist for One Reason Only: 'To Proclaim the Gospel'
199 Catholic Institutuions, an Expression of Church Heritage
200 Catholic Lay-Driven Re-evangelization of Western Culture, A
201 Catholic Martyrs of the Holocaust
202 Catholic Means Universal, not Continental
203 Catholic Morality Revisited — and Thrashed
204 Catholic Music: It’s Time to Stop Making Stuff Up
205 Catholic Novelists and Their Readers
206 Catholic Orthodoxy: Antidote Against the Culture of Death
207 Catholic Parochial School Music
208 Catholic Participation to Be Increased
209 Catholic Perspective on Domestic Partnership, A
210 Catholic Physician Talks to Engaged Couples, A
211 Catholic Physician, The
212 Catholic Poem in Time of War: The Lord of the Rings, A
213 Catholic Politicians are called to be 'Pro-Life'!
214 Catholic Politicians Criticize Pope: A Response
215 Catholic Politicians Voting for Infanticide or Abortion Up to Birth are “On a Path to Hell”
216 Catholic Practices and Recapturing the Sacred
217 Catholic Presence at the Harare Assembly
218 Catholic Press Exists to Help Bishop's Teaching Mandate
219 Catholic Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, The
220 Catholic Religion Proved By Protestant Bible
221 Catholic Response to Demonic Seductions, A
222 Catholic Response to Feel-Good Religion, The
223 Catholic Response to Scandal
224 Catholic Scholars Take Stand Opposing the Common Core
225 Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millennium, The
226 Catholic School, The
227 Catholic Schools and the New Evangelization – ‘A most valuable resource’ (Pope Francis)
228 Catholic Schools and Universities Must Not Be isolated and Must Engage in Dialogue with Contemporary Culture
229 Catholic Schools Deserve Equal Recognition
230 Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Madison Will Not Adopt the Common Core State Standards
231 Catholic Schools in the Republic of Ireland: A Position Paper
232 Catholic Shrines Hard Hit by Tsunami in Asia
233 Catholic Social Doctrine Begins with Subsidiarity
234 Catholic Social Teaching is "a Work in Progress"
235 Catholic Social Teaching: A Beacon and Leaven for Europe
236 Catholic Social Teaching: It’s Time to End the Misrepresentations
237 Catholic Social Thought And American Civilization
238 Catholic Teaching regarding the Legitimacy of Neurological Criteria for the Determination of Death
239 Catholic Universities and Their Catholic Identity
240 Catholic Universities: Lead Students to Light of the World
241 Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium (Part I), The
242 Catholic Vision Of Frank Capra, The
243 Catholic vs. Secular Classical Education: What’s the Difference?
244 Catholic? Prove It?
245 Catholicae Ecclesiae (On Slavery In The Missions)
246 Catholicism
247 Catholicism and Buddhism: Incompatibilities in Love
248 Catholicism And Democracy
249 Catholicism and Global Institutions: It’s Time for a Rethink
250 Catholicism and the Bourgeois Mind
251 Catholicism Exegesis Today: An Interview with Albert Vanhoye
252 Catholicism Under Attack
253 Catholicism vs. Freemasonry—Irreconcilable Forever
254 Catholicity of 12-Step Programs, The
255 Catholic-Lutheran Joint Declaration, The
256 Catholic-Muslim Statement on Dialogue
257 Catholic-Orthodox Dialogue: Light and Shadows, The
258 Catholics and Freemasonry
259 Catholics and Organ Donation
260 Catholics and Orthodox Defending Christian Values
261 Catholics and Orthodox: Dialogue on Question of Primacy
262 Catholics and Socialism
263 Catholics and the "Fourth Estate"
264 Catholics and the Cult of Fun
265 Catholics and the Freemason 'Religion'
266 Catholics and the Modern Mentality
267 Catholics and the Next America
268 Catholics and the Sexual Revolution
269 Catholics Give the Best Parties
270 Catholics in Arab Regions: Builders of Peace and Justice
271 Catholics in Bangladesh: Foster Unity and Peace
272 Catholics in Political Life
273 Catholics in the Public Square – Revised 4th Edition
274 Catholics Must Face Squarely the Dire Threat to Religious Liberty
275 Catholics of Viet Nam Pay Homage to Our Lady of La Vang, The
276 Catholics Supporting the Denial of 'Nutrition and Hydratiion' are not in Communion With the Church
277 Catholics, Protestants, and History
278 Catholics, Secularists, and Civil Society
279 Causality of Form, The
280 Cause of Unity Is Not an Optional Undertaking, The
281 Causing Animals Needless Suffering Is Contrary To Human Dignity
282 Caves of Covadonga, The
283 CDF Commentary on Artificial Hydration and Nutrition
284 CDF Tasks Are Linked to the Mission of the Pope
285 Celebrate and Serve Life!
286 Celebrate the Family
287 Celebrating 125 years of Faith in Action: Witnessing to the 'Yes' of Jesus Christ
288 Celebrating Christmas: with the Accent on Christ
289 Celebrating Corpus Christi
290 Celebrating Mercy with Believers of Other Religions
291 Celebrating the Immense Gift of the Lord Jesus
292 Celebrating the Sign of the Oil of Gladness
293 Celebrating the Spirit of the Liturgy
294 Celebrating the Year of Saint Paul June 28, 2008 – June 29, 2009
295 Celebration of Mass Ad Orientem in a Parish Setting
296 Celebration of the Eucharist, The
297 Celebration of the Pope's Sixty Years as a Priest
298 Celibacy Dates Back to the Apostles
299 Celibacy in the First Two Centuries
300 Celibacy: Beware of Quick-Fix Solutions
301 Celtic Spirits, The
302 Center Community Life on the Eucharist and Practice Authentic Solidarity
303 Center For Action and Contemplation, The
304 Center of Concern—Another Bernardin Legacy, The
305 Centering Prayer Meets the Vatican
306 Centesimus Annus (On the Hundredth Anniversary of Rerum Novarum)
307 Centrality of Truth in the Thought of Joseph Ratzinger, The
308 Century after Rahner, The
309 Chaldean Bishops: Facing Ordeals Alongside Their Faithful
310 Challenge All Forms of Injustice
311 Challenge for Believers Today Is to Help Europe Return to Its Christian Origins
312 Challenge of Chastity, The
313 Challenge of Secularism, The
314 Challenge to the Privy Council (Campion's "Brag")
315 Challenge Young People to Become Involved in the Life of the Church
316 Challenges of Secularism, Unbelief and Religious Indifference
317 Challenges Our Children Face, The
318 Change Idea: Older Citizens As Resource, Not Burden
319 Change the Future of Migration: Invest in Food Security and Rural Development
320 Changing Our Culture with the Fire of Faith
321 Changing Times
322 Chant Leaves the Ivory Tower
323 Chant Resources for Parishes
324 Chant: Music for the Few? Or the Many?
325 Chapter Eight – The Internalization of Music
326 Chapter Five – Poetry and Beauty
327 Chapter Four - Creative Intuition and Poetic Knowledge
328 Chapter Nine – The Three Epiphanies of Creative Intuition
329 Chapter One - Poetry, Man, and Things
330 Chapter Seven – Poetic Experience and Poetic Sense
331 Chapter Six – Beauty and Modern Painting
332 Chapter Three - The Preconscious Life of the Intellect
333 Chapter Two - Art as a Virtue of the Practical Intellect
334 Character & Circumstance
335 Character Education in Adolescence
336 Character Education Walks Again!
337 Character Formation
338 Character of Jesus Christ, The
339 Characteristics of the Ministers of the Church, The
340 Charisms and Their Action in the Christian Community
341 Charisms Are a Way of Growing in Faith, The
342 Charitable Acts Make Christ's Gospel More Credible
343 Charitas (On The Civil Oath In France)
344 Charitate Christi (Extending Jubilee To The Entire Church)
345 Charity and Family: the Keys to Ecumenical Collaboration
346 Charity Exceeds Philanthropy by 'Showing' Christ
347 Charity Is Principal Strength and Guide of the Church
348 Charity Is Response to God's Call to Love
349 Charity of Pope Pius XII, The
350 Charity Work As an Expression of Evangelical Love
351 Charity, Christian Anthropology, and New Global Ethics
352 Charity, Clarity, and Their Opposite
353 Charity, Integral Development and Communion
354 Charity: Soul of the Mission
355 Charity: the Soul of Missionary Activity
356 Charles Borromeo and Catholic Tradition Regarding the Design of Catholic Churches
357 Charles Borromeo: Hero of Reform
358 Charles de Foucauld, Model Of Adoration And Dialogue
359 Charlie Gard in a System of Death
360 Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People
361 Charter of the Rights of the Family
362 Chastity and Modesty
363 Chastity: A Pastoral Letter
364 Chesterton and the New Pagans
365 Chesterton, Kossovo of the Serbians, and the Vocation of the Christian Nation
366 Chesterton: Christian Response to Nietzsche
367 Chicago Catholics Acclaim Papal Pick
368 Chief Person Responsible for the Work of Evangelization, The
369 Chief Rabbi's Conversion, The
370 Chief Task Facing Your Churches Is a Renewed Proclamation of the Gospel
371 Child Dignity in the Digital World
372 Child Migrants, the Vulnerable and the Voiceless
373 Child Molestation by Homosexuals and Heterosexuals
374 Child Sex Tourism
375 Child Slaves for Sport
376 Child: State Property?, The
377 Child-Centred Education
378 Children and the Cinema
379 Children and the Media: A Challenge for Education
380 Children Are Supreme Gift of Married Life
381 Children Have a Right to a Secure Future
382 Children of Nietzsche, The
383 Children of the Reformation
384 Children: A Gift from God that Opens Up the Future
385 Children: a Message of Life and Hope
386 Child's Dream, A
387 Chile: Illuminate All Areas of Life with the Light of Faith
388 China Agreement: Beijing, Rome, and the Church’s Liberty, The
389 China Has Always Been a Great Country
390 China: Twenty Million Communists at Prayer
391 China: Where Past and Present Meet
392 China's First Saint
393 Chinese Cardinal Ignatius Kung Pin-mei Dies in Stamford, USA
394 Chinese Connection, The
395 Chirograph for New Statute of Institute for Works of Religion
396 Chivalry of St. Joseph, The
397 Choose Democratic Options That Guarantee Fundamental Human Rights
398 Choose the Way of Democracy
399 Chosen, The
400 Christ and Reconciliation
401 Christ and the Church
402 Christ Became Obedient Unto Death
403 Christ Child, Sign Of Peace And Freedom, The
404 Christ Converts Our Hearts to Love Others
405 Christ enters into culture and brings it the gift of purification and fullness
406 Christ Frees Us from the "Old Yeast" of Sin
407 Christ Gives Us the Certainty of Our Own Resurrection
408 Christ Has Conquered Evil Fully and Finally
409 Christ Has Won a Splendid Victory!
410 Christ in Common Law
411 Christ Inescapable
412 Christ invites you to share His joy and find happiness in loving others
413 Christ Is Answer to Human Pain
414 Christ Is Calling You to Serve His Truth
415 Christ Is Centre of Human History
416 Christ Is Cornerstone of Catholic Pedagogy
417 Christ Is Door That Leads Into Salvation
418 Christ Is Europe's Source of New Culture
419 Christ Is Mediator and Fullness of Revelation
420 Christ Is Our Advocate, Awaiting and Defending Us
421 Christ Is Our Firm Hope
422 Christ Is Reassuring and Humble, As Well As Powerful, Mighty
423 Christ Is Risen and Romania with Him
424 Christ Is the Answer to the Enigma of Suffering and Death
425 Christ Is the Day
426 Christ Is the Hand that God Extends to Humanity
427 Christ Lives in His Church
428 Christ Made Himself Poor for You (Message for Lent 2008)
429 Christ My Hope Is Arisen!
430 Christ Reveals Man to Himself
431 Christ Says To All: Go and Sin No More
432 Christ Speaks to Us
433 Christ Suffers With Us, In This Painful Moment
434 Christ the Divine Exorcist
435 Christ the King Is Lord of the World and History
436 Christ the Light Makes Unity Possible
437 Christ the Mediator: a Biblical Study
438 Christ the Savior
439 Christ the Source of Resurrection and Life
440 Christ the Vine: a Theological Exposition of John 15:1-8
441 Christ Wanted One Church Open to Everyone
442 Christ Wants Your Communities to Be Victorious Over Sin and Division
443 Christ Was Born for Our Salvation
444 Christ, Faith, and the Challenge of Cultures
445 Christ, Pantokrator
446 Christ, the Bread of Hope and Peace
447 Christ, the True Life of Every Soul
448 Christendom's Great Defeat
449 Christi Matri (On Prayers To Mary For Peace)
450 Christi Nomen (On Propagation Of The Faith And Eastern Churches)
451 Christian Also Prays through Deeds, A
452 Christian Anthropology and Homosexuality
453 Christian Asceticism: Breaking Consumerism's Destructive Hold
454 Christian Churches
455 Christian Commitment Is Not Philanthropy
456 Christian Communities, Help the Families of Sick Children
457 Christian Conscience on the Critical List
458 Christian Contemplation Does Not Mean to Forget Earth
459 Christian Day, A
460 Christian Faith Is Not An Idea But A Life, The
461 Christian Faith Is the Only Valid and the Only God-Willed Religion, The
462 Christian Faith Opposes an Attitude of Resignation
463 Christian Families: Salt and Leaven of Faith in Daily Life
464 Christian Families: Schools of Obedience and Freedom
465 Christian Family Is Good News For Third Millennium
466 Christian Family, The
467 Christian Family: Good News, The
468 Christian Greatness Lies Not in Domination but in Service
469 Christian Heritage: Europe's Cultural, Spiritual Resource
470 Christian Hope
471 Christian Hope and False Idols
472 Christian Hope is the Expectation of the Resurrection
473 Christian Hope, Wellspring of Mutual Help and Consolation
474 Christian Hope: Enemies in Hope
475 Christian Humanism Shapes Secular Disciplines
476 Christian Knows Where Christ's Wounds Are, The
477 Christian Life Is a Journey of Following Jesus Christ
478 Christian Life Is Humble Service of Neighbor
479 Christian Life, a Love Story With God
480 Christian Liturgy as ‘Sacrifice of Praise’ in the Epistle to the Hebrews, The
481 Christian Marriage
482 Christian Marriage: a Covenant of Love and Life
483 Christian Meaning Of Light, The
484 Christian Morality and Scientific Humanism
485 Christian Optimism and God's Logic
486 Christian Optimism: See A Loving Father At Work
487 Christian Personalism Protects Human Conception
488 Christian Prayer
489 Christian Rabbi, The
490 Christian Response to Modern Atheism
491 Christian Social Manifesto, The
492 Christian Solidarity Is a Leaven for Hope
493 Christian Soul: Biological Engineering, Communications
494 Christian Spouses, Be Faithful to Your Vocation
495 Christian Truth Spreads by Conviction not Coercion
496 Christian Understanding of the Human Person, The
497 Christian Unity a Priority
498 Christian Unity Requires Individual Conversion
499 Christian Valor Amidst Pagan Persecution
500 Christian Values Continue to Mould European Civilization
501 Christian Values Will Never Be Eradicated
502 Christian View of Sex: a Time for Apologetics, Not Apologies, The
503 Christian Wisdom about Money
504 Christian Women's Declaration, A
505 Christian, Surname: Belonging to the Church
506 Christianae Reipublicae (On The Dangers Of Anti-Christian Writings)
507 Christianity
508 Christianity and Asian Spiritual Insight
509 Christianity and Sex
510 Christianity Has Deeply Marked Culture of Peoples
511 Christianity in American Political Life
512 Christianity, a Dynamic Principle of Progress
513 Christianity, Enlightenment Liberalism, and the Quest for Freedom
514 Christianity's Transforming Spirit
515 Christian-Muslim Relations in the Middle East
516 Christians Are Called To Be Witnesses of Prayer
517 Christians Are Coming Back to Arabia – Fourteen Centuries after Mohammed, The
518 Christians' Firm Hope in the Resurrection
519 Christians Have Been United in Suffering
520 Christians in Islamic Countries
521 Christians in Islamic Lands
522 Christians in the Holy Land in Crisis
523 Christians Must Promote the Dignity of Women
524 Christians Must Share Treasury of Truth with the World
525 Christians Must Unite to Render Valid Witness of Christ
526 Christians Need to Understand Their Faith in Order to Help Others to God
527 Christians Slam 'Homophobia' Resolution
528 Christians Turn Our Gaze to Christ Crucified
529 Christians, Islam and the Future of Europe
530 Christmas Address to the Roman Curia
531 Christmas Books to Share during Advent - Part One
532 Christmas Gifts Are a Reminder of Jesus
533 Christmas Incorporates Mystery of Easter
534 Christmas Letter from Fr. Michael
535 Christmas Midnight Mass - Holy Father's Homily
536 Christmas Novena Prayer
537 Christmas Radio Message
538 Christmas Statement by Jerusalem Patriarch
539 Christmas Tree: Legends, Traditions, History, The
540 Christmas Workshop
541 Christmas: Feast of Restored Creation
542 Christmas: Opportunity to Reflect on Meaning of Existence
543 Christopher Dawson and the History We Are Not Told
544 Christopher Dawson on 19th Century Critics of Liberalism
545 Christopher Dawson: Prophet at Harvard
546 Christ's Birth Is the Source of Hope
547 Christ's Blood, Source of Salvation
548 Christ's Divinity Proved by the JW Bible
549 Christ's Image Shines in Every Human Being
550 Christ's Message Is Mercy
551 Christ's Passion Reveals Glory of the Trinity
552 Christ's Precious Gift to His Church
553 Christ's Resurrection Was A Concrete Event
554 Christ's Temptations and Ours
555 Church - Prepared for in the Old Covenant, The
556 Church "Makes" Christians, and Christians "Make" the Church, The
557 Church Advances Between the Cross and the Resurrection, The
558 Church Advances Jewish Intellectuals during the Rise of Racism
559 Church Always Calls for Human Dignity to Be Protected, The
560 Church and Illegal Immigration, The
561 Church and Internet
562 Church and Man's Rights, The
563 Church And Racism, The
564 Church And State
565 Church and State Must Serve the Common Good
566 Church and State Today: What Belongs to Caesar, and What Doesn't
567 Church and the Catholic, The
568 Church and the Citizen, The
569 Church And The Jews In The Middle Ages, The
570 Church and the Native Americans: The Real Story, The
571 Church and the New Age Movement, The
572 Church and the Scandal of Sexual Abuse, The
573 Church and the World Await Your Prophecy, Closeness and Hope, The
574 Church and Torture, The
575 Church and World Need the Witness of the Consecrated Life
576 Church as a Home, The
577 Church Asks Pardon for Her Members' Sins
578 Church Awaits a Renewal and Rebirth of Consecrated Life, The
579 Church Becomes Fully Visible in the Liturgy, The
580 Church Believes in Cures That Don't Sacrifice Life
581 Church Bells
582 Church Building and Participation in the Paschal Mystery: Assessing the NCCB Document Built of Living Stones
583 Church Building and Participation in the Paschal Mystery: Assessing the NCCB Document 'Built of Living Stones'
584 Church Building: The Highest Form Of Architecture, The
585 Church Cannot Allow Any Confusion, The
586 Church Cannot Be Locked within Itself, The
587 Church Cannot Remain Indifferent to the Widening Gap in Health Care, The
588 Church Canonizes Wife, Mother, and Physician
589 Church Charity Mandates 'Full' Info on Condoms
590 Church Commemorates Thousand-Year Old Roots
591 Church Compositions Without Liturgical Foundation, Part One
592 Church Compositions Without Liturgical Foundation, Part Two
593 Church Crisis Is a Crisis of Parish Life
594 Church Does Not Abandon Those Who Fall into the Vortex of Drug Abuse, The
595 Church Does Not Exist for Her Own Sake, The
596 Church Does Not Impose But Freely Proposes the Faith
597 Church Engages History and Culture To Transform Them with the Gospel
598 Church Exists to Evangelize, The
599 Church Expects Mature Fruits of Communion and Commitment
600 Church Fights AIDS with Truth and True Love, The
601 Church Grew in Understanding of Mary's Role
602 Church Has Always Shown Preference for Sick and Suffering
603 Church Has an Important Role in Reconciliation in Rwanda, The
604 Church Has Benefited From French Christianity
605 Church Has Confidence in the Young, The
606 Church Has Special Preference for Those Who Live and Work at Sea, The
607 Church Heeds the Lessons of the Ages, The
608 Church in Africa Amid Her Tribulation, Light of the World
609 Church in Africa In Service to Reconciliation, Justice and Peace, The
610 Church in Austria Faces Important Issues
611 Church in Brazil: Importance of New Evangelization
612 Church in Germany Needs to Become Ever More Missionary
613 Church in Ghana Is Called to Shine Forth as a 'Beacon of Hope', The
614 Church in Italy Is Strongly Linked to the Soul of the Country, The
615 Church in Korea is Young and Dynamic, The
616 Church in Poland Must Reach Out to the Peripheries, The
617 Church in Puglia: A Bridge Between Peoples and Cultures
618 Church in the Wilderness, The
619 Church in Vietnam Isn't Afraid, But the Communist Regime Is, The
620 Church Is "For the World" Not Against It, The
621 Church Is a Family among Families, The
622 Church Is Always In a State of Pentecost, The
623 Church is Always in Need of Renewal — Ecclesia Semper Reformanda , The
624 Church is Built on Peter's Faith and Fidelity
625 Church Is Built on the Eucharist
626 Church Is Called To Be Above Tribal and Cultural Connotations, The
627 Church Is Called To Be Versatile and Creative in Her Witness to the Gospel, The
628 Church is Called to Establish the Kingdom of Life, The
629 Church is Called to Offer Witness of Communion
630 Church Is Called to Proclaim and Bear Witness to the Welcome of Migrants, The
631 Church Is for Everyone, The
632 Church Is God's Call To Be Part of His Family, The
633 Church Is Holy, and Open to All, Not Only the Pure, The
634 Church Is Humanity's Ally, The
635 Church is Neighbor to the Rejected
636 Church Is Not a Political Party but a Moral Entity Which Sides with Freedom, The
637 Church Is Not Just Another NGO, The
638 Church Is One for All, and Cannot Be Privatized by Any Group, The
639 Church Is Our Home, The
640 Church Is Rejuvenated by Motherhood, The
641 Church Is Rooted in the Apostles But Looks to the Future, The
642 Church Is the Church of Martyrs, The
643 Church Is the Community that Listens to the Lord with Faith and Love, The
644 Church Is the Place Where Faith Is Transmitted, The
645 Church Is To Serve, To Love, and To Believe In Humanity, The
646 Church Learned and the Revolt of the Scholars, The
647 Church Lives and Grows, The
648 Church Music
649 Church Must Address the Role of Women, The
650 Church Must Face Challenge of Sects Throughout Latin America
651 Church Must Learn to Cope with Computer Culture, The
652 Church Must Not Be Insular, The
653 Church Must Not Fear Persecutions but Trust in the Presence of God, The
654 Church Must Not Renounce Her Missionary Role, The
655 Church Must Offer Maternal Love
656 Church Must Preach Truth and Justice, The
657 Church Must Remind Everyone of Human Person's Inalienable Dignity
658 Church Need Fear Only the Sin of Her Members, The
659 Church Needs Fearless 'Prophets'
660 Church Needs the Contemplative Vocation, The
661 Church Needs Us to Build Peace with Our Works, The
662 Church of Christ and the Catholic Church, The
663 Church of Love Is Also the Church of Truth, The
664 Church of Mary in Nagasaki, The
665 Church on the Path to the Kingdom of Heaven, The
666 Church Presents Mary as 'Ever Virgin', The
667 Church Proclaims Love of God the Father
668 Church Proclaims Mary 'Mother of God'
669 Church Proposes a System of Justice that Aims to Full Rehabilitation of Wrongdoers, The
670 Church Reaches Out to Many of Her Children to Meet Their Legitimate Desire for Justice, The
671 Church Receives the Truth as a Gift from God, The
672 Church Recognizes Self-Defense As A Natural Right, The
673 Church Resplendent in Christ, The
674 Church Roles and Church Dissent
675 Church Separated from Her Bishop Is an Ailing Church, A
676 Church Shares Young People's Thrist for Values, The
677 Church Suffering in the Diocese of Bossangoa, Central African Republic
678 Church Teaching and Civic Responsibility
679 Church Teachings and the 'Delayed Personhood' Ruse
680 Church that Defies Throwaway Culture with the Embrace of the Young and the Elderly, A
681 Church that Engages in Sociology, The
682 Church Venerates Fathers of East and West
683 Church Vs. the Culture — The Score Thus Far, The
684 Church Was Catholic from the Very First Moment, The
685 Church Weddings: Obligation to Faith or Family?
686 Church Will Take No Step Backwards In Sanctions Against Child Abusers, The
687 Church without Frontiers, Mother to All
688 Church, a Bride Adorned for Her Husband, The
689 Church, A Community Committed to Christ's Charity, The
690 Church, by Virtue of Her Mission, Is Not Linked to Any Political System, The
691 Church, Mother of Vocations, The
692 Church, the Airwaves and the Internet, The
693 Church, the People of God, Should Keep the Door Open, The
694 Church, Universal and Missionary, Cannot Be Wrapped Up in Herself, The
695 Church: Evangelize and Care for the Sick in Body and Spirit
696 Church: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic, The
697 Church: People of God, Body of Christ, Communion, The
698 Church’s Infallible and Immutable Doctrine on Contraception Stands Amid Growing Opposition, The
699 Church’s Very Nature Requires Unity
700 Churches Must Live Deeply Their Identity as Disciples of Jesus Christ
701 Churches of Rome: Christianity's First Cathedral
702 Church-Family of God in Africa, The
703 Church's "Common Doctor": Thomas Aquinas and the Contemporary Catholic University, The
704 Churchs Educational Mission Itself Must Continually be Reinvigorated, Reinforced and Restarted, The
705 Church's Evolving View on the Death Penalty, The
706 Church's Forgiveness Must Be as Limitless as God's Mercy
707 Church's Liturgy Goes Beyond Conciliar Reform
708 Church's Mission in Africa Depends on Formation Given to Evangelizers
709 Church's Mission Is Still Only Beginning
710 Church's Position on the Transmission of Life, The
711 Church's Prayer for Peter, The
712 Church's Preferential Love for the Poor, The
713 Church's Ritual Texts Must Be Freed, The
714 Church's Social Doctrine: A Guide to Unmasking the Idol of Money, The
715 Church's Strategy to Help Women of the Street
716 Church's Thanksgiving Day, The
717 Church's Welfare Demands Careful Selection of Priesthood Candidates
718 Church's Whole Life and Mission Depend on the Holy Spirit, The
719 Ci Riesce
720 Cinema: Communicator of Culture and of Values
721 Circular Letter Containing Guidelines for Dealing with Cases of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Clerics
722 Circular Letter on the Ritual Expression of the Gift of Peace at Mass
723 Circular Letter to Bishops on the Bread and Wine for the Eucharist
724 Circular Letter: Doctrinal Declarations by Bishops' Conferences
725 Cistercian Order Of The Common Observance
726 Citadel of Prayer and Marian Piety, A
727 City Upon a Hill: Augustine, John Winthrop and the Soul of the American Experiment Today, A
728 Civilian Population Suffers The Consequences Of Illicit Trade In Light Weapons And Small Arms
729 Civilization and Culture at War
730 Civilization in Crisis
731 Claims of the Gospel of Judas , The
732 Claims of the Primacy and the Costly Call to Unity, The
733 Clarification About the Meaning of Fidelity to the Supreme Pontiff, A
734 Clarification Concerning Status of Catholics Becoming Freemasons
735 Clarification of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on Vassula Ryden
736 Clarifications on the New "Oremus Et Pro Iudaeis"
737 Clarifying the Confusion on Confirmation
738 Class Clowns
739 Classical Moment, The
740 Claude Newman: A Miracle on Death Row
741 Clearing Away the Barriers: Preaching to Young Adults Today
742 Clement of Alexandria
743 Clement Of Rome, The First Epistle of Clement To The Corinthians
744 Clergy abuse cases present challenges for Church leaders
745 Clergy Educators Must Lead by Example
746 Clerical Abuse Is ‘Predominately Homosexual Behavior’
747 Climate Change and New Evidence from Science, Engineering, and Policy
748 Cloistered Nuns Are Called to Great Humanity
749 Cloning Is Not the Issue
750 Cloning, Stem Cell Research and Some Historic Parallels
751 Cloning: When Word Games Kill
752 Close Bond Between Canon Law and Church Life
753 Close Bond Exists Between Eucharist and Penance, A
754 Close by the Incurable Sick Person and Dying: Scientific and Ethical Aspects
755 Closer Look at Centering Prayer, A
756 Closer Look at Centering Prayer, A
757 Closer Look at Charismatic Renewal, A
758 Closing Message of Vatican Council II
759 Clothed With The Sun
760 Cluniac Reform, The
761 CMA Issues Open Letter to Catholic Organizations
762 Coat of Arms of His Holiness, Benedict XVI, The
763 Coeducation Revisited for the 21st Century
764 Coercively "Tolerant"
765 Cohabitation -- a Compilation
766 Cohabitation and Marriage: How Are They Related?
767 Cohabitation Before Marriage
768 Cohabitation Fails As a Test For Marriage
769 Cohabitation: Response Over Reaction
770 Cold War Against the Spirit
771 Colgone's 'Rich Legacy of Saints' Inspires Young People and the World
772 Collaboration between Christian Community and Family
773 Collection of Documents Concerning the Norms for Televised Masses in the Diocese of Birmingham, AL, A
774 Collection of Messages of Saint Pope John XXIII, A
775 College of Cardinals Traces Its Roots to Middle Ages
776 Collegial Union, Collegial Affection Needed To Fulfil Pastoral Mission
777 Cologne
778 Colorful Multitudes Flock to Santiago De Compostela
779 Coloring Outside the Lines
780 Columbia: A Nation Blessed In Many Ways
781 Columbus and the Beginning of the World
782 Combat Faith: A Spirituality for This Present Age
783 Combat the Structural Causes of Poverty
784 Combat Uncertainty and Isolation
785 Combatant Human Slaves
786 Combating Relativism With Mercy: A Battle Plan
787 Combining Charity and Justice in Serving Others
788 Come Again?
789 Come, Let Us Walk Together!
790 Comforter of the Afflicted, The
791 Coming Latino Catholic Majority, The
792 Coming Of The Kingdom Demands Generous Cooperation
793 Coming Out of Sodom
794 Coming Soon to Your Parish
795 Commandments Are an Invitation, The
796 Commandments Are the Path to Freedom, The
797 Commandments Indicate the Boundary of Life, The
798 Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed
799 Commemoration of the Feast of St. Patrick
800 Commentary on Mass Facing the Altar (Ad Orientem)
801 Commentary on the Address of Pope John Paul II to the XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society, A
802 Commentary on the Document: Responses to Some Questions Regarding Certain Aspects of the Doctrine on the Church
803 Commentary on the General Directory For Catechesis
804 Commentary on the Industrial Areas Foundation, A
805 Commentary on the Norms For Communion Under Both Species In Latin Church
806 Commentary on the Profession of Faith
807 Commentary on the Stabat Mater
808 Commentary on the U.S. Catholic Conference, A
809 Commentary: The Relationship Between Men and Women
810 Comments of the Holy See on the Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child
811 Comments on the Notification Regarding Certain Writings of Father Marciano Vidal, C.Ss.R.
812 Commissum Divinitus (On Church And State)
813 Commitment from Everyone Is Needed to Achieve Peace
814 Commitment to Building a World More Worthy of Mankind
815 Commitment to Christian Unity Is a Task for Everyone
816 Commitment to Promoting Women's Dignity
817 Committed To Building Civilization of Love
818 Common Benefits
819 Common Commitment to Support Families, A
820 Common Core Standards: Reference Not Replacement for Catholic School Standards
821 Common Core’s Substandard Writing Standards
822 Common Declaration
823 Common Declaration
824 Common Declaration of Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin Welby
825 Common Declaration of Pope John Paul II and His Beatitude Christodoulos
826 Common Declaration Signed in the Vatican by Pope John Paul II and Patriarch Bartholomew I
827 Common Good in the Digital Age, The
828 Common Word between Us and You, A
829 Communicate the Gospel Clearly and Courageously
830 Communicate the Joy of the Gospel with Witness
831 Communicating Information to the Incurably Sick
832 Communicating the Family: A Privileged Place of Encounter with the Gift of Love
833 Communication and Mercy: A Fruitful Encounter
834 Communication at the Service of an Authentic Culture of Encounter
835 Communications Media At The Service Of Peace
836 Communications Media: At the Service of Understanding Among Peoples, The
837 Communion and Stewardship: Human Persons Created in the Image of God
838 Communion in the Word through Mary
839 Communion in time: Tradition
840 Communion of Saints: St. Robert Bellarmine on the Mystical Body of Christ
841 Communion of the Holy: True Consolation of Our Faith, The
842 Communion Requires Preserving The Deposit Of Faith, Unity With Pope, Bishops
843 Communion, Service, Mercy
844 Communique Concerning Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo
845 Communique Concerning Founder of Legionaires of Christ
846 Communique on Motu Proprio on Criminal Law Matters
847 Communique Regarding Legislation for Prevention & Countering of Illegal Activities in the Financial & Monetary Sectors
848 Communique Regarding the Lisbon Declaration on Youth
849 Community Dimension of Forgiveness of Sins, The
850 Community: Context and Fruit of Chastity
851 Communium Interpretes Doloraum (An Appeal For Prayers For Peace)
852 Communium Rerum (On St. Anselm Of Aosta)
853 Compassion Is a Keyword in the Gospel
854 Compellling Proposals for Young People
855 Compendium of Pope Benedict XVI's Addresses for the Year of Faith
856 Compendium of Pope Benedict XVI's Addresses on Medieval Theologians
857 Compendium of Pope Benedict XVI's Addresses on the Apostles
858 Compendium of Pope Benedict XVI's Addresses on the Church Fathers
859 Compendium of Pope Benedict XVI's Addresses on Women of Faith
860 Compendium of Pope Benedict XVI's Catechesis on Prayer
861 Compendium of Pope Francis' Addresses for the Year of Faith
862 Compendium of the Documents of Vatican II
863 Compendium of the Letter of the Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI to the Catholic Church in China
864 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Eight
865 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Eleven
866 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Five
867 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Four
868 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Nine
869 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter One
870 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Seven
871 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Six
872 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Ten
873 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Three
874 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Twelve
875 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Chapter Two
876 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Conclusion
877 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Index of References and Footnotes
878 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Introduction
879 Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church: Table of Contents
880 Compendium Should Contain Basic Elements of Faith
881 Compilation of Documents Regarding the Year for Priests
882 Compilation of Websites and Articles for the Year of Faith
883 Compilation on Common Core Standards
884 Compilation on Small Christian Communities
885 Compilation on Thomas Groome
886 Complementarity between Man and Woman, The
887 Complementarity of Man and Woman Helps Us Understand the Divine Mystery
888 Complementary Norms for the Apostolic Constitution "Anglicanorum coetibus"
889 Complementary Norms of the Apostolic Constitution “Anglicanorum coetibus”
890 Complete My Joy
891 Complex Relationship between Scripture and Tradition, The
892 Concentrate On The Relationship Of Love With Christ
893 Concentrated on a Single Word: Father
894 Concept of Divine Justice in Hebrew Thought, The
895 Conception in a Test-Tube
896 Concerning New Opinions, Virtue, Nature and Grace, with Regard to Americanism (Testem Benevolentiae Nostrae)
897 Concerning the Reception of Holy Communion by Divorced and Remarried Members of the Faithful
898 Concerning the Reply of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on the Teaching Contained in the Apostolic Letter "Ordinatio Sacerdotalis"
899 Concert in Honor of the Holy Father
900 Conciliar Documents: A Compass to Guide the Ship of the Church
901 Conciliar Tradition of the American Hierarchy, The
902 Concilio Constantinopolitano I, A
903 Conclusions of Episcopal Assembly on Word of God
904 Conclusions of the Eighteenth Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences
905 Conclusions of the International Congress of European Pro-Life Movements in Granada
906 Conclusions of the Meeting of Politicians and Legislators of the Americas
907 Conclusions of the Second Meeting of European Politicians and Legislators on Human Rights and Rights of the Family
908 Conclusions of Theological-Pastoral Congress
909 Conclusions on Migration to and From Islamic Countries
910 Condemnation of Jansenism, The
911 Condemning the Errors of Martin Luther (Exsurge Domine)
912 Condemning the Errors of Miguel de Molinos (Coelestis Pastor)
913 Conditions for a Just War
914 Conditions of A Just War
915 Conditions Outlined For Transplants To Humans Of Animal Organs
916 Conduct Research with Personal Integrity
917 Confession and Psychiatry
918 Confession Before First Communion (Sanctus Pontifex)
919 Confession Comeback
920 Confession Is an Experience of Love and Mercy, Not a Sentencing Court
921 Confession Is for the Courageous
922 Confession Must be Humble, Complete and Accompanied by Firm Purpose of Amendment
923 Confession Witness, Love: Keys to Ecumenical Dialogue
924 Confession, Persecution and Prayer
925 Confessors Carry the 'Message of Reconciliation'
926 Confessors: Open A "Dialogue of Salvation" with Penitents
927 Confirmation at the Age of Reason
928 Confirmation Perfects Baptismal Grace
929 Confirmation Seals Us with Gift of the Spirit
930 Confirmation, the Second Sacrament of Christian Initiation
931 Conforming Our Lives to the Lord
932 Confraternities: Popular Schools of Living Faith
933 Confrontation Between our Freedom and the Snares of the Evil One, The
934 Confronting the Devil's Power
935 Congregation for the Causes of Saints, The
936 Congregation for the Clergy, The
937 Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Issues Press Release on Ryden Notification
938 Congregation for the Faith, Priority to Christian Unity
939 Congregation of Bishops Document Repealing Excommunications of SSPX
940 Congregation Publishes New Rite of Exorcism
941 Connection between the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Priesthood
942 conomy and the Election , The
943 Conquer Evil by Growing in God's Love
944 Conquering by the Cross: Jesus' Love Wins All
945 Conscience
946 Conscience and the Dictatorship of Relativism
947 Conscience and the Obedience of Faith
948 Conscience, Coercion, and Healthcare
949 Conscience, Freedom, and the “Law of Graduality” at the Synod on the Family
950 Conscience: “The Aboriginal Vicar of Christ”
951 Consciences Must Be Formed to Discern the Objective Moral law
952 Consecrated Life
953 Consecrated Life - the Right Fit
954 Consecrated Life (Vita Consecrata), The
955 Consecrated Life and Its Role in the Church and in the World, The
956 Consecrated Life Expresses Superabundance of Divine Love
957 Consecrated Life Is of Benefit to the Whole Church
958 Consecrated Life is Rooted in Baptism
959 Consecrated Life Must Be Close to the People
960 Consecrated Life Renewed in Encounter with Jesus
961 Consecrated Life within the Church, a Testimony to Christ, Yesterday, Today and Forever
962 Consecrated Life, A Sign of the Church's Vitality
963 Consecrated Life: Light, Prophecy, Wisdom of the Church
964 Consecrated Men and Women: Do Not Join Prophets of Doom
965 Consecrated People Proclaim that God Is the Lord of Life
966 Consecrated People, "Specialists" in Listening to God
967 Consecrated People: Respond Faithfully to the Call of the Spirit
968 Consecrated Persons And Their Mission In Schools
969 Consecrated Persons Must Guide People to Jesus and Let Themselves Be Guided by Him
970 Consecrated to Christ: How the 'Vowed Life' Builds Up the Church
971 Consecrated Virginity: A Luminous and Fruitful Charism
972 Consecration Calls For Conversion, Social Change
973 Consecration of all Individuals and Peoples of the World
974 Consecration of Bishop Bill Wright
975 Consecration of May 13, 1982 of the World to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
976 Consecration of the Church and World to the Blessed Virgin Mary
977 Consequences Would Desecrate the Future of Humankind
978 Consider the Ethical and Spiritual Quality of Life in all its Phases
979 Considerations Concerning the Response to Legislative Proposals on the Non-Discrimination of Homosexual Persons
980 Considerations for an Ethical Discernment Regarding Some Aspects of the Present Economic-Financial System
981 Considerations on the Issue of Human Cloning
982 Considerations Regarding Proposals to Give Legal Recognition to Unions Between Homosexual Persons
983 Consistent Witness to the Gospel of Life
984 Consistent Witness to the Moral Teaching of the Gospel
985 Consolidating A Culture of Acceptance for Sick People
986 Constant Union with God ensures Fruitful Ministry
987 Constanti Hungarorum (On The Church In Hungary)
988 Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy (Sacrosanctum Concilium)
989 Constructing History by Uniting Faith and Culture
990 Constructive Dialogue with All, Closeness to the Poor and Assitance to Imigrants
991 Consueverunt Romani
992 Contemplate Jesus in Suffering Brothers
993 Contemplate the Face of Christ in the Sick
994 Contemplate The Mystery Of The Incarnation
995 Contemplating the Face of the Risen Lord
996 Contemplation and Controversy
997 Contemplation Involves Surrender To Primacy Of Grace
998 Contemplation of Christ Does Not Distance Us from Reality
999 Contemporary Culture War In America: Whither Natural Law, Catholic Style?, The
1000 Contemporary Dating as Serial Monogamy
1001 Contemporary Family Law: Divorcing Marriage from Children
1002 Contemporary Music in Church?
1003 Contending with Escalating Christianophobia
1004 Contested Will
1005 Continence Deepens Personal Communion
1006 Continence Frees one from Inner Tension
1007 Continence Protects the Dignity of the Conjugal Act
1008 Continent Death: Euthanasia in Europe
1009 Continue Along the Path to Evangelical Perfection
1010 Continue Catholic-Orthodox Dialogue Undiscouraged
1011 Continue Dialogue Between Christians and Muslims
1012 Continue Evangelizing In And Through The Media
1013 Continue Reflection On Allied Human Rights Issues
1014 Continue the Tradition of Social Catholicism
1015 Continue to Seek Only the Will of God
1016 Continue to Write the Gospel with the Works of Mercy
1017 Continue Your Patient, Determined Dialogue with the Public Authorities
1018 Continue Your Service of Christian Charity, Condemning All That Tramples Human Dignity
1019 Continuing Vitality of Church's Missionary Impulse
1020 Contra doctrinam
1021 Contra Spiritum Mundi: Heroic Womanhood and the Culture of Life
1022 Contraception — the Bitter Pill
1023 Contraception and Abortion
1024 Contraception And The War Within The Self
1025 Contraception Misconception, The
1026 Contraception: a Challenge to Catholic Preaching
1027 Contraception: Fatal to the Faith
1028 Contraception: Why Not?
1029 Contraception: Why Not? (revised)
1030 Contraceptive Emotional and Personality Damage in Women
1031 Contraceptive Mentality, The
1032 Contrast of Call To Action vs. Church Teaching, The
1033 Contribute to National Reconciliation and Foster Interreligious Dialogue against Extremism
1034 Contribute to Research, Teaching and Social Promotion
1035 Conversion & the Psychology of Change
1036 Conversion of England
1037 Conversion of Hearts and Minds to Christ
1038 Conversion of Hearts, the Only Way to Peace
1039 Conversion of Ireland, The
1040 Conversion of Minds and Effective, not just Theoretical, Solidarity Are Essential
1041 Conversion That Starts with Mercy, A
1042 Convert & Turn Yourselves into Human Justice & Prepare for Divine Judgment
1043 Conviviality, a Thermometer for Measuring the Health of Family Relationships
1044 Convocatio, Communio, Missio: God's Word Spoken, Lived and Shared
1045 Cooperation between Science, Faith Benefits Humanity
1046 Cooperation Can Overcome The Problem Of Hunger
1047 Cooperative Model of Work Inspired by Social Doctrine of Church
1048 Copacabana Patroness of Bolivia
1049 Coping with the Millennium Bug: An action plan for Parishes
1050 Copyright, a Moral Problem
1051 Cor Orans
1052 Co-Responsibility for Public Policy
1053 Cornwell’s Cheap Shot at Pius XII
1054 Cornwell’s Hoax
1055 Cornwell's Pope: 'A Nasty Caricature of a Noble and Saintly Man'
1056 Correctio Filialis de Haeresibus Propagatis
1057 Corruption is Greater Evil than Sin
1058 Corruption of Children's Literature (Even in Catholic Schools), The
1059 Corruption of the Science of Human Embryology, The
1060 Cost is too High; the Loss is too Great, The
1061 Cost of Contraception and the Joy of the Gospel of Life, The
1062 Cost of Control: Steve Mosher's Book Explodes the Myth of Overpopulation, The
1063 Cost of Loving God, The
1064 Council and the Catechism: Anniversaries to Mark with a “Year of Faith”, The
1065 Council of Basel
1066 Council of Chalcedon
1067 Council of Constance
1068 Council of Ephesus
1069 Council of Orange
1070 Council of Trent
1071 Council's Teaching on Mary is Rich and Positive
1072 Counsel the Doubtful and Instruct the Ignorant
1073 Counsel to Teaching Sisters
1074 Counsels For Seminarians
1075 Countdown to 2000: Get Ready for Y2K
1076 Counter Relativism with Fundamental Truths
1077 Counteract Growth Of The Religious Sects By Emphasizing The Centrality Of The Eucharist
1078 Counterfeit Mysteries of the Occult, The
1079 Countering the Eclipse of Sin in Marriage Preparation
1080 Country Grows when Its Cultural Components Are in Dialogue, A
1081 Courage Should Be a Much Greater Hope in Action
1082 Courage Speaks Louder Than Divisions
1083 Courage to be Catholic, The
1084 Courage to Go Forth
1085 Courage to Take a Risk for God's Promise, The
1086 Courageous Defender of Ukrainian Values
1087 Courageously Preach the Truth Without Yielding to Compromise
1088 Courageously Resist Anything that Could Destroy or Undermine Peace
1089 Course in Miracles, A
1090 Court Rulings Cannot Negate the Law of God
1091 Court-Ordered Death of Terri Schiavo, The
1092 Covenant Theology of Sex, A
1093 Cover Letter from Cardinal Ratzinger to Bishops' Conference Presidents
1094 Cowan's 'Five Ways to Make the Case for God'
1095 Crash Course on the Crusades
1096 Crash Course on the Crusades, A
1097 Create a Culture of Encounter
1098 Create Christian Vision Of Person In Communications
1099 Create Special Programmes For Native Vocations Without Causing Discrimination
1100 Create The International Common Good Of Health
1101 Created World Exists for New Life in Christ
1102 Creation and Evolution: To the Debate as It Stands
1103 Creation Must Be Administered for Good of All
1104 Creation Must Be Dwelling Place of Peace
1105 Creative Fidelity Needed to Confront Modern Challenges
1106 Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry
1107 Creative Men Open to the Holy Spirit
1108 Creative Unity of Faith and Understanding, The
1109 Credibility of the Church's Message Is Linked to Credibility of Her Ministers
1110 Credible Signs of Christ Alive: Case Studies from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development
1111 Credo of the People of God, The
1112 Cremation
1113 Cremation: Ashes to Ashes
1114 Crescent And The Gun, The
1115 Crib Can Help Us, The
1116 Crises of Law
1117 Crisis Has Worsened the "Allergy" to Solidarity, The
1118 Crisis in Vocations? What Crisis?
1119 Crisis of Confidence and Essential Value
1120 Crisis of Faith and the Eucharist
1121 Crisis of Faith, The
1122 Crisis of Meaning Proves the Encyclical's Timeliness
1123 Critical Review of Some Best-Selling Textbooks in Catholic Social Teaching, A
1124 Critical Thinking and the Culture of Skepticism
1125 Critical Thinking for Christians
1126 Critique of Cardinal Kasper's Speech on Marriage
1127 Critique of Contemporary Art, A
1128 Critique of Renew 2000 Leader's Manual
1129 Critique of Talking about Touching, A
1130 Critique of the Instrumentum Laboris for the Amazon Synod, A
1131 Croatia Has Borne Heroic Witness to Christ
1132 Croatian Bishops: Workers for Reconciliation and Peace
1133 Cross and the Resurrection Are Inseparable, The
1134 Cross Illumines All Human Life, The
1135 Cross Is Victory and Salvation, The
1136 Cross of Christ Is a Source of Peace, The
1137 Cross of Christ Is Guarantee of Victory
1138 Cross of Christ is the World's Hope, The
1139 Cross Warns Reason Against Self-Sufficiency
1140 Cross: Path of Life and Salvation, The
1141 Cruelty toward Animals
1142 Crumbling Foundations: Why the Family Unit Is Crucial to Civilization
1143 Crusade of Prayer and Fasting, A
1144 Crusades: A Response to Islamic Jihad, The
1145 Cry of Children, The
1146 Cry of Suffering, The
1147 Cry of the Poor, The
1148 Cuba and the World Need Change
1149 Cuba: A Country in Chains
1150 Cuban Church Called to Offer the Only True Hope: Christ
1151 Cuban people need you, The
1152 Cubans need contact with others
1153 Culmination of John Paul II's Pontificate, The
1154 Cult of Naturalism, The
1155 Cult Suicide Exposes Deep Troubles of Church in Uganda
1156 Cultivate Prayer Life, Not Activism
1157 Cultivate the Rich Heritage of Faith
1158 Cultural and Political Impotence of Catholics in Contemporary American Life, The
1159 Cultural and Social Importance of Activity of Laity
1160 Cultural Primacy of Plausibility and Inculturation of Our Beliefs, The
1161 Culture and Holiness: a Winning Combination
1162 Culture and the Fundamental Ethics of Human Life
1163 Culture Needs Women's Genius
1164 Culture of Salus and Welcome in the Service of Man and the Planet, The
1165 Culture of Death and Its Deep-Rooted Effects on Women
1166 Culture of Divorce, Culture of Death
1167 Culture of Equality is Urgently Needed Today
1168 Culture Of Peace Needs New Language, New Gestures Of Brotherhood
1169 Culture of Waste Treats Persons As If They Were Garbage
1170 Culture Promotes Authentic Humanism
1171 Culture, Transformation, and Law
1172 Cum Multa (On Conditions In Spain)
1173 Cum Nuper (On Care For Clerics)
1174 Cum Primum (On Civil Obedience)
1175 Cum Primum (On Observing Canonical Sanctions)
1176 Cum Religiosi (On Catechesis)
1177 Cum Sancta Mater Ecclesia (Pleading For Public Prayer)
1178 Cum Summi (Proclaiming A Universal Jubilee)
1179 Cup of Christ, The
1180 Cure of Ars, The
1181 Curing Illness Must Not Involve Suppressing Human Life
1182 Current Doctrinal Relevance Of The CCC
1183 Curse of Wrong Alternatives, The
1184 Custodi Di Quella Fede (On Freemasonry)
1185 Custodians of Doctrine, Champions of Justice and Charity
1186 Cycling through time on the Camino de Santiago
1187 Cyprus: Portrait of a Christianity Obliterated
1188 Cyril and Methodius: Perennial Example of Inculturation