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1 Made not begotten: a theological analysis of human cloning
2 Madness of the Animal-Rights Movement, The
3 Magdi Allam Recounts His Path to Conversion
4 Magi Did Not Reject the Smallness of the Child Jesus, The
5 Magi's Worship: Fulfillment of Scriptures, The
6 Magisterial Authority as Discernment
7 Magisterial Documents and Public Dissent
8 Magisterium and Catholic Social Teaching, The
9 Magisterium Exercises Authority in Christ's Name
10 Magisterium Is Concerned with Question of Evolution for It Involves Conception of Man
11 Magisterium of Pius XII, Valuable Heritage for the Church
12 Magisterium's Interventions in Philosophical Matters
13 Magnae Dei Matris (On The Rosary)
14 Magnae Nobis (On Marriage Impediments And Dispensations)
15 Magni Nobis (On The Catholic University Of America)
16 Magnificat: Mary's Own Prayer, The
17 Magnum Baptismi Donum
18 Magnum Matrimonii Sacramentum
19 Magnum Principium
20 Maintain Daily Contact with the Gospel and Let Jesus Heal Our Wounds
21 Maintain Memory and Continue To Be Witness
22 Maintaining Nuclear Weapons On Alert Status Threatens Peace
23 Make Available To All Richness Of Original Texts
24 Make Charity the Hallmark of All Your Pastoral Activity
25 Make 'Diplomacy of the Gospel' Your Own!
26 Make Disciples of This Nation
27 Make Every Effort To Teach Truth, Dispel Confusion and Correct Errors
28 Make It For Mary
29 Make it Possible for Every Disheartened Person to Encounter Jesus
30 Make Known the Treasures of the Rich Traditions of the Oriental Churches to the Western World
31 Make 'Lectio Divina' a Cornerstone of Your Life
32 Make Mercy Pastoral
33 Make Room for the Son of God Who Is Given to Us at Christmas
34 Make the Gospel Your Code of Conduct
35 Make the Precious Pearl of Faith Shine for All
36 Make the Promotion of Vocations Your Absolute Top Priority
37 Make Your Hearts Firm
38 Making an 'Offering of Love to God'
39 Making Christ Known Must Be Centre of Every Pastoral Project
40 Making Christmas Come Alive
41 Making of a Man, The
42 Making Room In the Inn: Why the Modern World Needs the Needy
43 Making Sense of Another Ambiguous 'Compromise'
44 Making Sense of the Ministry of the Deacon
45 Making the Church the School of Communion Is Your Great Challenge
46 Making the Church's Motto for the Third Millennium Our Own
47 Male and Female He Created Them
48 Mali: Commitment ot Reconciliation, Justice and Peace
49 Malice Of Sinner Vs. Goodness Of Lord
50 Man and Woman, Complementary and of the Same Divine Substance
51 Man Behind the War Against Religion, The
52 Man for This Season, and All Seasons, A
53 Man in the Presence of Mystery: An Introduction To the Theological Anthropology of Luigi Giussani
54 Man Is Considered in Biological Terms or as "Human Capital"
55 Man Is Invited to Fellowship with God
56 Man Is Sanctified by the Holy Spirit
57 Man Is Still Enslaved in Many Ways
58 Man Is Subject and Protagonist of Work
59 Man Must Preserve and Cultivate Creation
60 Man of Enduring Conscience, A
61 Man Who Stepped Out of Line, The
62 Mandate To Teach All Truth
63 Mane nobiscum Domine
64 Manifesto of Faith
65 Manifesto on Rural Life
66 Man's Dignity Stems From His Spiritual Nature
67 Man's Sanctuary: The Development Of Conscience And Liberty
68 Many Dimensions of Humanism, The
69 Many Problems Due to Lack of Religion
70 Marcel Lefebvre: Signatory to Dignitatis Humanae
71 March 2022 - Overview for the Month
72 March of Dimes: A Time for Reassessment, The
73 March of Dimes: Saving Babies Together
74 Marching to Death: The Roe-vs-Wade-Schindler-Schiavo Connection
75 Marguerite d’Oingt
76 Maria Goretti: Example For Young People
77 Maria Monk
78 Marian Apparitions: Some Lessons From History
79 Marian Heart of America: Our Lady of Guadalupe and our “Post-Christian” Society, The
80 Marian Movement of Priests: Is It Safe for Faithful Catholics?, The
81 Marian Year in Syracuse, Sicily
82 Marijuana Use Is Sinful, Despite Legalization
83 Mariology since Vatican Council II: Reception, Outcomes and Prospects
84 Marital Act Must Be Total Gift of Person
85 Market Economy and Ethics
86 Market, State, Society Should Cooperate
87 Marks of Modern Liberalism
88 Marks Of The Church And Eastern Orthodoxy, The
89 Marriage - Family - Children
90 Marriage — The Way God Intended it to Be
91 Marriage . . . A Preview of Eternal Love
92 Marriage and Indissolubility: a Historical Note
93 Marriage and the Family
94 Marriage and the Family Are in Crisis
95 Marriage and the Family Within the Sacramentality of the Church
96 Marriage and the Law of God
97 Marriage and Unmarriage
98 Marriage Angel, The
99 Marriage As a Witness to Hope
100 Marriage Cannot Be Dissolved By Any Human Power, Not
101 Marriage Crisis Can Be Overcome
102 Marriage Existential
103 Marriage in Our Contemporary World: Pastoral Observations from an African Perspective
104 Marriage in the Catholic Church: A Survey of U.S. Catholics
105 Marriage Is a Celebration, a Christian Celebration, not a Worldly Celebration
106 Marriage Is a Real Good for Society
107 Marriage Is Not Fiction, Christ's Love Sustains Couples
108 Marriage Is Unique
109 Marriage Preparation with Co-habiting Couples
110 Marriage, Divorce and The Pauline Privilege
111 Marriage, Family and the Election
112 Marriage, Family Merit Special Attention To Avoid De Facto Unions
113 Marriage, Family, Eucharist, Life: Commentary on 'Sacramentum Caritatis'
114 Marriage, Holy Orders: Bearing Witness to Christ's Love
115 Marriage, Same-Sex Relationships, and the Catholic Church
116 Marriage, the Only Worthy "Place" In Which to Produce Children
117 Marriage: A Communion of Life and Love
118 Marriage: A Precious Treasure to Be Guarded at all Costs
119 Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan
120 Married Love and the Gift of Life
121 Martin Luther
122 Martin Luther: True Reformer or Defender of Erroneous Conscience?
123 Martin Luther's Devotion to Mary
124 Martyr Complex, The
125 Martyr For Reconciliation, A
126 Martyrdom for the Faith in Our Times
127 Martyrdom Of Ignatius Of Antioch, The
128 Martyrdom of St John the Baptist
129 Martyrdom Of The Holy Martyrs Justin, Chariton, Charites, Paeon, And Liberianus, Who Suffered At Rome., The
130 Martyrdom Unites Us With All Believers
131 Martyrdom: A Special Gift of the Spirit
132 Martyrs in the Vendee Courageously Remained Faithful to Christ's Church
133 Martyrs of Motril Offered Their Lives During Spanish Civil War
134 Martyrs of Spain's Civil War, The
135 Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War and the Repercussions on the Missionary World, The
136 Marxism's Influence in the U.S. Today
137 Marxist Attack on America's Cherished Symbols, The
138 Mary Accompanies Tamils and Sinhalese in Rebuilding Their Lost Unity
139 Mary an Example and a Mother
140 Mary and Europe
141 Mary and Jesus, United by Their 'Yes' to the Will of God
142 Mary and Joseph Lived Gift of Virginity
143 Mary And The Mission Of The Church In The Year Of The Rosary
144 Mary And The Moslems
145 Mary Brings Light and Hope to All People
146 Mary Cooperates in God's Saving Plan
147 Mary Daly — Her Influence on Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza
148 Mary Expresses the Wealth of Divine Mercy
149 Mary Freely Cooperated in God's Plan
150 Mary Has Role in Jesus' Saving Mission
151 Mary Helps Christians Become the Soul of the World
152 Mary Helps Us Face Life
153 Mary Helps Us To Be Surprised by God
154 Mary in Byzantine Liturgy
155 Mary in Eastern Spiritual Life
156 Mary is Church's Pattern
Mary is First to Receive Glory
157 Mary Is Icon of Redeemed Humanity
158 Mary is Model of Care for the Sick
159 Mary Is Model of Christian Life
160 Mary Is Our Model and Guide in Faith
161 Mary is the 'eschatological icon of the Church'
162 Mary Is the Mother and Model of the Church
163 Mary Is the Mother of Mercy
164 Mary Is the Mother Who Intercedes for Everyone
165 Mary Is the One Who Brought Us Close to Jesus Forever
166 Mary is the Virgin Mother of God
167 Mary Journeys, Mary Encounters, Mary Rejoices
168 Mary Knows What Burdens Our Hearts
169 Mary Leads Us on a Pilgrimage of Faith
170 Mary Leads Us to Eucharist
171 Mary Magdalen, Apostle of Hope
172 Mary Offers Sublime Model of Service
173 Mary Prepares Hearts for Conversion
174 Mary Protects and Fosters the Faith of Brazil
175 Mary Responds to God with Spousal Love
176 Mary Says: "Do Whatever He Tells You"
177 Mary School of Faith
178 Mary Serves Cause of Life
179 Mary Sheds Light on Role of Women
180 Mary Shines as a Sign of Certain Hope
181 Mary Shows us God's Respect for Women
182 Mary Shows Us the Way to God
183 Mary Speaks to Our Century
184 Mary Suffers With Those Who Are in Affliction
185 Mary the Virgin Mother
186 Mary Through the Ages, Her Beauty Bespeaks the Beauty of God
187 Mary Treasured All These Things and Pondered Them in Her Heart
188 Mary Turns to Us, Saying: 'Have the Courage to Dare With God!'
189 Mary was United to Jesus on the Cross
190 Mary, Eschatological Icon of the Church
191 Mary, Ever Virgin . . . In Islam
192 Mary, Model of the Church Who Leads to Jesus
193 Mary, Mother For Us All
194 Mary, Mother of God
195 Mary, Mother of God!
196 Mary, Source of Hope and True Joy
197 Mary, the Exemplar
198 Mary, the Father's Beloved Daughter
199 Mary, the Great Sign (Signum Magnum)
200 Mary, the New Eve, Freely Obeyed God
201 Mary, Truest Daughter of Abraham
202 Mary: Catechist at Fatima
203 Mary: Model of Motherly Courage for the Church
204 Mary: The Ark of the New Covenant
205 Mary: 'Woman of the Eucharist' Her Entire Life
206 Mary’s Perpetual Virginity: Why Does It Matter?
207 Mary's Assumption Reminds Us That Our True Dwelling Place Is In Heaven
208 Mary's Death and Bodily Assumption
209 Mary's Faith Gives Flesh to Jesus
210 Mary's Faith in the Light of the Mystery of the Annunciation
211 Mary's Motherhood Is Linked to the Spirit
212 Mary's Pilgrimage Across the Seven Seas
213 Masonic Religion, The
214 Mass and the Four Most Important Lessons of Childhood, The
215 Mass at the Sport Palace
216 Mass For Christian Unity Of The Holy Father John Paul II In The Presence Of His Beatitude Teoctist
217 Mass for the Beatification of the Korean Martyrs
218 Mass is a Memorial, The
219 Mass Is Prayer 'Par Excellence'
220 Mass Isn't Entertainment
221 Mass Makes Us a Living Eucharist
222 Mass Must Be Centre of Priests Life
223 Mass with Beatification
224 Masses for the Repose of Souls
225 Master Key: Pope Benedict XVI's Theology of Covenant, The
226 Mater Et Magistra (Christianity and Social Progress)
227 Matrimony, The Sacrament Of Fidelity And Procreation
228 Matter of Helping, Not Hindering, the Faith, A
229 Matthew
230 Matthew, Chapter 25 – A Key Criterion of Christian Authenticity
231 Maxima Redemptionis Nostrae Mysteria
232 Maximae Quidem (On The Church In Bavaria)
233 Maximam Gravissimamque (On French Diocesan Associations)
234 Maximillian Kolbe, Apostle of Mary
235 May 1999 Be Year of Serenity and Hope
236 May 2022 - Overview for the Month
237 May All Flesh See God's Salvation
238 May Christ Be the Reason for Your Hope
239 May Christ Teach us to be a Gift for Others
240 May Dominus Iesus Fulfill Its Function
241 May Every Absolution Be a Jubilee of the Heart
242 May God Convert All Hearts to Peace
243 May God Give Peace and Freedom to All Humanity
244 May Italy Rediscover Its Christian Soul
245 May Jericho Be Rich in the Promise More Peaceful Future For All Who Live Here
246 May Jesus Become Our Traveling Companion
247 May Jews, Christians and Muslims Live in Peace in Holy Land
248 May Martyrs' Witness Brings Full Communion
249 May Mary Shelter the Children Under Her Mantle
250 May Our Longing For Unity Be Ever More Genuine
251 May Religions Be Doors of Hope
252 May Rome Draw from Its Christian Culture and Foster a Moral and Spiritual Rebirth of the City
253 May the Armenian Church Journey in Peace, and the Communion between Us Be Full
254 May the Birth of the Savior Bring Peace to the World
255 May the Blessed Virgin bring comfort to those who suffer in the tragedy
256 May the Church Follow Teachings, Example of John Paul II
257 May the Church in Kenya Be an Instrument of Reconciliation, Justice and Peace
258 May the Continent of Hope also be the Continent of Life! Life with dignity for all!
259 May the Future of Latin America Be Forged for the Poor
260 May the God of All Consolations Console All of Us
261 May the Gospel Continue to Resonate in the Region Which Saw Jesus' Actions and Heard His Words
262 May the Holy Family of Nazareth Bless and Protect the Egyptian People 
263 May the Holy Spirit Prepare Us for Encounter Despite Different Ideas, Languages, Cultures or Religions
264 May the Light of this Night Shine Upon the Future
265 May the Living God Never Let This Happen Again
266 May the Lord Accompany Us and Guide Us in this Journey
267 May the Lord of the Harvest Produce Many Holy Priests
268 May the Memory of Vocation Rekindle Hope
269 May The Message Of God's Mercy Bring Peace To The World
270 May The Noble Guatamalan People Begin To Enjoy Peace And Reconciliation
271 May the People of God Always See in Us a Firm Condemnation of Injustice and Joyful Service to the Truth
272 May this Land, Together with the Entire Region, Become a Place of Lasting Peace
273 May We Please Hear Some Other Voices?
274 May We Rediscover Our Full Communion
275 May We See the Total Defeat of Hunger & a Bountiful Harvest of Justice & Prosperity
276 May You Take Part in the Edification of the One Body
277 May Your Kingdom Come
278 May Your Research Benefit All
279 Mayors Promoters of Collaboration, Solidarity, Humanity
280 Maze Craze
281 Meaning and Purpose of Marriage, The
282 Meaning of Christmas, The
283 Meaning of Excommunication in the Tradition of the Catholic Church, The
284 Meaning of National Apostasy: a Note on Newman’s Apologia, The
285 Meaning of the Joint Declaration on Justification, The
286 Meaning of Virtue in St. Thomas Aquinas, The
287 Meaning-Full Universe, The
288 Means To Exercise Authority In Pastoral Way
289 Meanwhile, Outside the Panic Room: Contraception, Hobby Lobby, and Women’s Rights
290 Measure of a Society, The
291 Mechanism For Restraint, An Analysis of a Proposal to Rein-In Activist Bishops, A
292 Media and Evangelization: "Church Is Committed to Engaging With The New Media"
293 Media 'Can Foster Greater Unity or Create Divisions and Conflict'
294 Media Can Powerfully Convey God's Word
295 Media Institutions of the Holy See Play an Important Role, The
296 Media Must Never Forget the Moral Dimension
297 Media Statement Regarding Young "Catholics" for Choice
298 Media: A Network for Communication, Communion and Cooperation, The
299 Media: At the Crossroads between Self-Promotion and Service, The
300 Mediator (Christ as Mediator)
301 Mediator Dei (On The Sacred Liturgy)
302 Mediatrix, Si! Coredemptrix, No!
303 Medical and Legal Treatment of the Fetus: a Growing Disjunction?
304 Medical Profession in Patristic Times, The
305 Medical Science Under Dictatorship
306 Medical Treatment: Make Decisions Based on Catholic Teaching
307 Medicalization of Death, The
308 Medicine and Morals
309 Medicine Must Serve Man's Total Well-being
310 Medieval Jewish Legends On Matters Connected With Christianity
311 Meditating Is a Way of Encountering Jesus
312 Meditation
313 Meditation for the Feast of the Guardian Angels
314 Meditation on Evil, A
315 Meditation on St. Francis of Assisi
316 Meditations On The Mercy And Pardon Of Christ
317 Medjugorje and the Flow of Grace
318 Medjugorje, the State of the Question
319 Meet Christ Who Gladdens Your Youth
320 Meet the New Generation of Catholic-Inspired NGOs
321 Meeting of Cultures Is a Fundamental Reality in Our Epoch, The
322 Meeting Point Sex Ed Program Not Ready for Catholic Schools
323 Meeting Representatives of Culture, Art, and Economics
324 Meeting with Authorities of State at the Elysée Palace in Paris
325 Meeting with Clergy, Religious and Christian Laity of the Orthodox and Catholic Churches of Syria
326 Meeting with French Episcopal Conference
327 Meeting with Patriarchs and Bishops of Syria at the Greek-Catholic Patriarchate of Damascus
328 Meeting with Representatives of the Jewish Community
329 Meeting with Sr. Maria Lucia
330 Meeting with the Bishops of Cameroon
331 Meeting with the Members of the Societas Doctrinae Christianae
332 Meeting with the Muslim leaders - Omayyad Great Mosque, Damascus
333 Meeting with the Sick - Visit to the Shrine of Divine Mercy
334 Meeting with the Special Council of the Synod for Africa
335 Meetinghouse, The
336 Mel Gibson and Thomas Aquinas: How the Passion Works
337 Mel Gibson's Controversial Dream
338 Mel Gibson's Movie and the Vatican
339 Mel Gibson's Passion
340 Meminisse Iuvat (On Prayers For The Persecuted Church)
341 Memo on Continued Church Closures
342 Memorable Moment in the History of Human Coexistence
343 Memorandum On the Celebration of Halloween
344 Memories Of Bernard Lonergan
345 Memory and Offering
346 Memory and Reconciliation: the Church and the Faults of the Past
347 Memory Is Not Something Private
348 Memory That Generates the Future, The
349 Memory, Sex, and the Making of ‘the New Man’
350 Men and Women in Family, Society and Politics
351 Men and Women Must Live for the Other
352 Men He Intended: Claiming our Vocation as Priests of Jesus Christ, The
353 Men, Women, and the Prodigal Father
354 Mendicant Orders, The
355 Mens Nostra (The Promotion Of The Spiritual Exercises)
356 Mental Illness: 'A Real and Authentic Social Health Care Emergency'
357 Mentally Ill Need Humanity, and Christ, The
358 Merciful Like the Father
359 Mercy and Committment
360 Mercy and Correction
361 Mercy and Mission
362 Mercy and Power
363 Mercy and Service
364 Mercy Cleanses the Heart
365 Mercy Does Not Abandon Those Who Stay Behind
366 Mercy Drives Us to Transform the World and History
367 Mercy Is a Way of Life
368 Mercy Is Essential
369 Mercy Like Piety
370 Mercy Must Precede Judgement
371 Mercy of God As a Path of Hope
372 Mercy Of God Is Reflected In Human Mercy, The
373 Mercy of God, The
374 Mercy, Path of Perfection
375 Mercy, The Essence of Christianity
376 Meridionali Americae (On The Seminary For Native Clergy)
377 Message for 33rd World Day of Social Communications
378 Message for 78th World Mission Sunday
379 Message for 90th World Migration Day
380 Message for Easter, the Sunday of the Resurrection of Our Lord
381 Message for International Symposium on the Dignity and Rights of the Mentally Disabled Person
382 Message for Lent 2005
383 Message for Lent 2009
384 Message for Lent 2020: We Implore You on Behalf of Christ, Be Reconciled to God
385 Message for the 100th Anniversary of St. Peter Damian
386 Message for the 150th Anniversary of Italian Unification
387 Message for the 38th World Communications Day
388 Message for the 41st World Day of Prayer for Vocations
389 Message for the 4th Annual World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation
390 Message for the 56th World Leprosy Day
391 Message for the Jubilee in Prisons
392 Message for the Twenty-Fifth World Youth Day
393 Message for the World Day of the Sick 2010
394 Message for World Day of Prayer for Vocations
395 Message for World Day of Prayer for Vocations
396 Message for World Day of the Sick
397 Message for World Day of the Sick 2004
398 Message for World Day of the Sick 2007
399 Message for World Day of the Sick 2011
400 Message for World Food Day
401 Message for World Mission Day
402 Message for World Mission Day
403 Message for World Mission Sunday
404 Message for World Mission Sunday: 'Mission: Bread Broken for the Life of the World'
405 Message for World Youth Day 2004
406 Message for World Youth Day 2008
407 Message for World Youth Day 2012
408 Message from the Plenary Assembly of the European Bishops
409 Message of Fatima, The
410 Message of Fatima, The
411 Message of His Holiness Pope Francis to the Catholics of China and to the Universal Church
412 Message Of His Holiness Pope John Paul II For The Fourth Centenary Of The Arrival In Beijing Of Matteo Ricci, S.J.
413 Message of Mary's Maternal Love
414 Message of Pope John Paul II for Lent 2004
415 Message Of Pope John Paul II For The 39th World Day Of Prayer For Vocations
416 Message of the Holy Father for Lent 2002
417 Message of the Holy Father to the U.S. National Prayer Breakfast
418 Message of the International Theological Commission for the Year of Faith
419 Message of the Synod Assembly on the Pastoral Challenges to the Family in the Context of Evangelization
420 Message of the Synod of Bishops to the People of God
421 Message of the Virgin of Lourdes, The
422 Message on Challenges of Climate Change and Bioenergy
423 Message on Population
424 Message on the Combat against the Coronavirus, COVID-19
425 Message on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the End of the Second World War in Europe
426 Message To Aram I, Catholicos of Cilicia
427 Message to Bartholomew I for the Feast of St. Andrew
428 Message To Catholic Church in China
429 Message to Catholics in China
430 Message to Cuban Bishops Commemorating Anniversary of John Paul II's Visit
431 Message to Patriarch Bartholomew I for Feast of St. Andrew
432 Message to the Australian People and to Youth
433 Message To The Priests Of The United States Of America
434 Message to the World's Priests
435 Messing with the Mass: The Problem of Priestly Narcissism Today
436 Metaphysical Business
437 Metaphysics of Art, The
438 Method of Benedict XVI, The
439 Methodists Adopt Lutheran-Catholic Justification Declaration
440 Methodology of Ambiguity: Richard McBrien's Revised Catholicism, The
441 Metropolitan Hilarion Address to the Annual Nicean Club Dinner
442 Mexico Has Seen a Great Light
443 Middle East Without Christians Would Not Be the Middle East, A
444 Middle East: Cradle of a Universal Design of Salvation
445 Middle Eastern Synod in its Geopolitical and Pastoral Context, The
446 Migrant Family, The
447 Migrants and Refugees Challenge Us: the Response of the Gospel of Mercy
448 Migrants and Refugees: Build a Better World
449 Migrants and Refugees: Men and Women in Search of Peace
450 Migrants Are Eloquent Image of the Pilgrim
451 Migrants Still Urgently Need Pastoral Care
452 Migration and Peace
453 Migration Is Said to Be Generally Positive
454 Migration, an Opportunity for the Ecumene
455 Migration, Development and Agriculture from the Point of View of the Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church
456 Migrations and New Evangelization
457 Migrations: A Sign of the Times
458 Migrations: Pilgrimage of Faith and Hope
459 Milestone for the Human Family, A
460 Militantis Ecclesiae (On St. Peter Canisius)
461 Military Ordinaries: The Value of the Person and of Peace
462 Mind of Christ: Must Not Be Set Aside in Public Office
463 Mindless Iconoclasm of Our Age, The
464 Mining Activities Should Ensure Integral Sustainable Human Development
465 Ministrorum Institutio
466 Ministry Is a "Life of Service"
467 Ministry to Persons with a Homosexual Inclination: Guidelines for Pastoral Care
468 Minor Basilicas in the United States
469 Minor Migrants and Refugees - Message for World Day of Migrants and Refugees
470 Minority a Place to Encounter God
471 Mira circa nos:Bull of Canonization of St. Francis
472 Mirabile Illud (On The Crusade Of Prayer For Peace)
473 Miracle Behind the Canonization of the Parents of St Therese of Lisieux, The
474 Miracle of Jasna Gora, The
475 Miracles Bear Witness to the Truth of Christ
476 Miraculous Medal, The
477 Mirae Caritatis (On The Holy Eucharist)
478 Miranda Prorsus (On The Communications Field: Motion Pictures, Radio, Television)
479 Mirari Vos (On Liberalism And Religious Indifferentism)
480 Mirror Crack'd: What Baby Boomers See in Bill Clinton, The
481 Miserentissimus Redemptor (On Reparation To The Sacred Heart)
482 Misericordia Dei
483 Misericordia et Misera
484 Missal of 1969, The
485 Mission at the Heart of the Christian faith
486 Mission Depends Upon Our Efforts and Upon Divine Grace, The
487 Mission for Youth and for All: Making God Present in Society, The
488 Mission is a Duty of All Churches, The
489 Mission Is The Work Of Bringing Everyone Face To Face With Christ, The
490 Mission of 'Cultural Refoundation', A
491 Mission of Integrating Faith and Life, A
492 Mission of Motherhood Makes Woman a Guardian of Life who Must Encourage Child's Dialogue with World
493 Mission of Pastors is a Consequence of Love for Christ
494 Mission Possible: This Double-Life Will Self-Destruct
495 Mission, Social Justice and Evangelization
496 Missionaries in the Footsteps of St Paul: Religious Institutes Inspired by St Paul
497 Missionaries of Hope Today
498 Missionary Activity and Consecrated Life
499 Missionary Church, Witness of Mercy
500 Missionary Dimension Is The Nucleus Of Ecclesial Life
501 Missionary Families Trust in 'the Firm Rock'
502 Missionary Identity of the Priest in the Church Which Is Intrinsic to the Exercise of the 'Tria Munera'", The
503 Missionary Identity of the Priest in the Church, The
504 Missionary Task Must First Confirm The Faithful In Their Faith
505 Missionary Vocation of the Church in Africa, The
506 Misuse of Amoris Laetitia to Support Errors against the Catholic Faith, The
507 Misusing History to Influence the Future
508 Mit Brennender Sorge (On the Church and German Reich)
509 Mitis et Misericors Iesus
510 Mitis Iudex Dominus Iesus
511 Mobility with Regard to Muslim Countries
512 Model for All Who Preach the Gospel, A
513 Model Testimony on the Abortion/Breast Cancer Connection
514 Model Your Life on Mystery of the Cross
515 Moderate Islam
516 Modern Aftermath of the Crusades
517 Modern Aftermath of the Crusades
518 Modern Culture Risks Forgetting Christian Heritage
519 Modern Day Saint — Nellie Organ
520 Modern Day Slavery Flourishes
521 Modern Dissenter's Theology of Sexuality: Moral Theologian Richard C. Sparks, C.S.P., A
522 Modern Economy Respectful of the Rights of the Weakest, A
523 Modern Misconceptions About the Eucharist
524 Modern Phase, The
525 Modern Slavery and Climate Change: the Commitment of Cities
526 Modern State Causes the Problems it Pretends to Fix, The
527 Modernism and the Teaching of Schleiermacher
528 Modernism and the Teaching of Schleiermacher
529 Modernism: Then and Now
530 Modernistic Art and Divine Worship
531 Modernity as Apostasy from God
532 Modernized Jesus of the RENEW 'Process', The
533 Modesty Proposal, A
534 Modesty Starts with Purifcation of the Heart
535 Monasteries and Madrassas: Five Myths about Christianity, Islam, and the Middle Ages
536 Monasteries Are Powerhouses of Spiritual Energy
537 Monasteries: Oasis of Ascetic Life
538 Monasteries: Places of Spiritual Power
539 Monastery of St. Anthony in Upper Egypt Continues to be an Oasis of Spirituality and Culture
540 Monastic Theology and Scholastic Theology
541 Monasticism's Enduring Value
542 Monday of Holy Week
543 Monday of the Fourth Week in Lent
544 Monitum Concerning the Historical Truth of Sacred Scripture
545 Monk and the Murderer, The
546 Monotheism Does Not Generate Violence
547 Month of May: Pope Thanks Mary for Her Protection
548 Moral and Psychological Effects of Music: A Theological Appraisal, The
549 Moral and Social Influence of Devotion to Mary, The
550 Moral Conscience and Aborted Fetal Vaccines
551 Moral Conscience In Ethics and the Contemporary Crisis of Authority, The
552 Moral Dilemma, A
553 Moral Guidance on Prioritizing Care During a Pandemic
554 Moral Life is Intimately Tied to the Holy Eucharist, The
555 Moral Principles Concerning Infants with Anencephaly
556 Moral Principles for Catholic Voters
557 Moral Reflections on Vaccines Prepared from Cells Derived from Aborted Human Foetuses
558 Moral Sense and Non-Sense
559 Moral Theology: Recent Developments, Implications
560 Moral Use of Natural Family Planning
561 Moral Virtues in St. Thomas, The
562 Morality and Art
563 Morality of Prenatal Diagnosis, The
564 Morality of the Marriage Act Determined by the Nature of the Act and of the Subjects
565 Morally, Ontologically, Just Plain Wrong
566 More "Access" Means Less Care
567 More Blessed To Give Than To Receive, It Is
568 More Favorable Context for Education, A
569 More on Homosexuality in the Bible
570 More on the New Age Movement
571 More Subjective than Doctrinal
572 More Than a Feeling: What it Means to Follow Your Conscience
573 Mormon Christ, The
574 Mortal Sin
575 Mortal Sin of Blasphemy, The
576 Mortalium Animos (On Religious Unity)
577 Moses: Mediator of Salvation for Israel
578 Most Ancient Shrines to Our Lady, The
579 Most Holy Mother, To You I Entrust The Future Of The Church, Of The Nation
580 Most Important Days for Our Faith, The
581 Most of Rome’s Jews Were Saved From Hitler’s ‘Final Solution’
582 Most Of Rome's Jews Were Saved From Hitler's 'Final Solution'
583 Most Reasonable Doctrine, A
584 Mother (Index), The
585 Mother Church Never Closes the Door to Any of Her Children
586 Mother Church of the World
587 Mother of God Is a Figure of the Church, The
588 Mother of God Is the Starting Point for the New Year, The
589 Mother of God, Intercede to Bring Peace and Comfort
590 Mother of Hope, The
591 Mother of Perpetual Help
592 Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Tireless Worker of Mercy
593 Mother Who Sacrificed Her Life For Her Unborn Child, A
594 Motherhood is God's Special Gift
595 Mothering God
596 Motives for Atheism
597 Motu Proprie Pastorale Munus
598 Motu Proprio "Ecclesia Dei" and the Extension of the Indult, The
599 Motu Proprio on Illegal Activities in the Financial Sector
600 motu proprio on the Rule of the Friars Minor, The
601 Motu Proprio on the Transfer of Competencies to the Secretariat for the Economy
602 Mount Sinai Stands at the very Heart of the Truth about Man and His Destiny
603 Move Forward With Initiatives To Evangelize This Sector
604 Movements Help Priests To Keep Special Identity
605 Msgr. Joseph M. Champlin as Liturgist
606 Much for Which We Need to Be Forgiven — and Much to Learn
607 Mulieris Dignitatem (On the Dignity and Vocation of Women)
608 Multicultural Ploy, The
609 Multiculturalism, Catholicism, and American Civilization
610 Multiple Injustices Of IVF, The
611 Munificentissimus Deus
612 Munus Docendi
613 Munus Regendi
614 Munus Sanctificandi
615 Murder in Manassas, Virginia? the Starving of Hugh Finn
616 Music and Religion in Gilson's Philosophy of Art
617 Music and Truth
618 Music is an Uncompromising Meritocracy
619 Music, Hymnody Should Be Worthy Of The Greatness Of The Liturgy
620 Musica Sacra: Sacred Art?
621 Musicae Sacrae (On Sacred Music)
622 Musical Instruments in Medieval Psalm Commentaries and Psalters
623 Muslims and Christians Adore the One God
624 Must be Careful Discernment of the Moral Object
625 Must Catholics Believe in Fatima?
626 Must the Materialist Deny That "All Men Are Created Equal"?
627 Mutual Respect, Esteem, Cooperation Among Religions
628 Mutual Support for ‘Reaching the Last Mile’
629 My decree — explained to answer misunderstandings
630 My Eucharistic Day
631 My Eucharistic Day: Tuesday
632 My Eucharistic Day: Wednesday
633 My Father Never Stopped Being a Jew
634 My Hand Shall Ever Abide with Him, My Arms Also Shall Strengthen Him
635 My House Is a House of Prayer
636 My Journey Out Of The Lefebvre Schism. All Tradition Leads To Rome
637 My Last Ten Burials/Funerals with "Fr. Strangelove". . .
638 My Mother — The Church
639 My Peace I Give To You, My Peace I Leave You
640 My Peace I Give You
641 My Pilgrimage Followed in the Footsteps of Two Saints: Francis of Assisi and John Paul II
642 My R.S.V.P. to Rudy Giuliani
643 My Sole Desire Is for True Unity and to Fulfil the Petrine Ministry
644 My Soul Is Thirsting For You, O Lord
645 My Unknown Children
646 Mysterium Fidei (On The Holy Eucharist)
647 Mystery and Providence of God
648 Mystery of Creation
649 Mystery of Creation, The
650 Mystery of Evil Is Unfathomable, But the Reality of Love Poured Out through Jesus Is Infinite, The
651 Mystery of God's Justice and Mercy
652 Mystery of Goodness in Children’s Literature, The
653 Mystery of Life (Vitae Mysterium), The
654 Mystery of Man's Reconciliation with God, The
655 Mystery of Newman, The
656 Mystery of the Passion Inspires Us to Continue in Hope, The
657 Mystic Who Cried: 'Come and Love "Love", The
658 Mystici Corporis Christi (On The Mystical Body Of Christ)
659 Mysticism, Political Philosophy, and Play
660 Mystics Prophets & Seers
661 Myth of Religious Tolerance, The
662 Myth of the Gay Gene, The
663 Myth vs. Historical Fact